Witgui, Wii game conversion utility for Mac

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  1. Nickkk
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    Witgui is a Wii and GameCube game manager for Mac OS X. It is a graphical user interface based on wit, wwt and the gametdb.com database. You will love its intuitiveness.

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    Witgui implements the most used features of wit and wwt. These are:
    • listing of Wii and GameCube games on your Mac or on an external drive (FAT is natively supported, if you wish NTFS support you may want to install NTFS-3G first) and on WBFS partitions
    • converting between .wbfs, .iso, .wdf, .ciso and .wia file formats, adding, removing and extracting games to/from WBFS partitions.
    Witgui also supports:
    • downloading localized cover images from gametdb.com
    • parsing localized game details from the gametdb.com database
    • searching your games or even the whole offline database
    • renaming games with a custom format
    • exporting a game list to plain text or html.
     
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    this is fantastic except for the fact that my computer freezes when I choose my wbfs partition.
     
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    What OS do you have? Do you mean that Witgui froze or the whole computer, and after which operation (listing of WBFS partitions, opening of one of them)?
     
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    Ah well, I guess I can just get Mountain Lion then.
     
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    Why you had to drop Snow Leopard Support from WitGui v2.0.4 to WitGui v2.1.0?
     
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    I'm sorry, maintaining Witgui for Snow Leopard was just too much work. I would suggest upgrading to Mavericks, if you can (it's free), then you can use the newest version of Witgui.
     
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    Thanks. I was only curious because you brought back Snow Leopard support from 2.0.3 to 2.0.4 and then it was thrown out again in the next release. This was a bit strange so i wanted to know why because i'm still on 1.0.3 because of having SnowLeo on my Mac.

    After Mavericks is free i think i will upgrade to Mavericks - no problem.
     
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    I know, but it seems that Snow Leopard is used just by a few percent of the total Mac users and maintaining backwards compatibility prior to Lion really takes a lot of time. And because Mavericks is free, I think Snow Leopard will be less popular than ever. For those users that can't/don't want to upgrade, version 2.0.4 is still very good.
     
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    Is there a windows/linux version?
     
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    Sorry, it's a Mac only app.