Easier way to organize Wii Channels?

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Apr 28, 2011
  1. zruben
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    Newcomer zruben Advanced Member

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    Hi there. [​IMG]

    I apologize in advance for my lack of skill on the english language, it's not my first language, I'll try to explain myself the best I can. [​IMG]

    Is there any way to organize the wii channels in an easier way that the usual "A+B pinch"? I have around 15 pages of channels on the SD card menu, and it's a pain to move them around, I have to move the channels between empty spaces and it's a long and tedious process. [​IMG]

    My question is if there's an "organizer application" (for the wii or for the pc) that lets you mess around with the SD card folders to move them around more quickly?, or to swap them around in a faster and easier GUI?.

    I'm sorry if this is not the section to ask this, I searched in the forum for a while but I didn't found any similar thread.

    Thanks in advance for your help [​IMG]
     
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    It sounds like you're describing snort48+ (linky). That is a minimalistic but easy-to-understand GUI that lets you quickly decide what channel you want to show on which display. The only thing is that it was designed to work on sneek. I have no idea if it works on the real nand, but that's probably mentioned on the thread somewhere.
     
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    Newcomer cloudskipa Advanced Member

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    Surely the amount of time you spent looking for a solution to this could of been spent organising it.
     
  4. zruben
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    Newcomer zruben Advanced Member

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    LOL, you're right, but most of the time, I do my "research" during work hours =P
     

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