1. Cygoku

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    Is there a way to hide folder? Like the shell folder for Moonshell or the dslinux folder for (obviously) DSlinux?

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  2. Triforce

    Triforce GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    yeah, if you do it in windows just right click the folder go to properties and tick hide.
     
  3. Cygoku

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    I knew about this option, but I never thought it would work. Moonshell can even read in this folder even if you don't see it in SC manager!

    In the moonshell ini, you can use //MPCF/Moonshell, have it hidden and still use!

    Useful thanks!

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  4. tshu

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    Ah great idea, why didn't I think of this. Now my SC menu is less cluttered with DSOrganise and SHELL folders.
     
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    Thanks you! The hidden file works great, especially for the shell folder, as does //MPCF/Movies for mine and hide that folder but not contents.

    Thanks for the great idea!
     
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    I tried it and it only hides the folders when viewing the CF on my computer.
    Would be cool if it hid them when it was loaded in my M3.
     
  7. Cygoku

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    It is also hidding them on while in the SuperCard menu.

    Here goes another cons for M3! [​IMG]

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