GCT to TXT converter

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  1. LapisLazuli
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    ok well, I had all these brawl codes on my SD card customized just the way I want them (like custom CSS and stuff) and when I booted up Ocarina it said the code list was too large [​IMG] . So is there a GCT to TXT converter so I can open the text again in the Code Manager and delete some codes?

    [​IMG] ~ Brian10122 [​IMG]
     
  2. Puma

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    Codemgr.exe
     
  3. LapisLazuli
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    Obviously I have that. How do you open .GCT files with it?
     
  4. Puma

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    Oh my bad, misread it.

    I would say Open With notepad and see from there.

    Or just make a new codelist.
     
  5. LapisLazuli
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    From Notepad:

    ÐÀÞ ÐÀÞ¨½¬` …Ì8ƒ h1 08~ l;`
     
  6. LapisLazuli
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    Ok well I remade the codelist and now when I boot SSBB I just get a black screen (with ocarina on)
     
  7. supermodchips

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    What are you loading it through. GeckOS, USB loader or backup loader?
     
  8. LapisLazuli
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    It's a legit disk, 1.0, through ocarina I guess. I tried it through Gecko and 0.3 gamma and still the same thing
     
  9. TornZero

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    the .TXT file isn't deleted automatically. Just re-open codemanager and open the .TXT file you used last time, change the codes, and then re-export it.

    Use the latest Gecko OS for this, though. Ocarina's outdated.
     
  10. LapisLazuli
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    Assuming Gecko 1.9.1 is the latest, I did use it.
     
  11. TornZero

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    Okay. Just do what I said about codemanager.
     
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