How to get banner animation (like in Disc Menu) in USB Loader GX?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Subscriber0101, Jun 9, 2015.

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    Anyway, I'm wondering -- is there a way that you can make it so that when you are about to boot up your backup on GX, you can see the visual banner? I only hear the audio banner. Is it possible to get that banner animation you see when you load up the game on the Disc Channel? Not a big issue, but it would be nice.

    (And also, I'd like to mention an irrelevant detail I only recognized today after over a year of never knowing: Holding Z+C on the Nunchuk while in USB Loader GX's menu will screenshot it to your SD Card's "config" folder. That's admittedly not relevant, just being a bit informative).
     
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    I discovered that in actuality I had spent the last year + using USB Loader GX 1.0. Really, 1.0! I never knew. That says alot about the program; it only occassionally crashed/had a problem during all that time I spent with it in ver 1.0. 3.0 has the banner animation. Thread is now moot.
     
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    It also has a banner view that you can switch to, that looks exactly like the Wii Menu. So it displays all the banners on a grid and you don't have to mess around with downloading covers every time you add a game and wasting SD card space :)
     
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    Thanks, I got 3.0 and seen the features. Personally, I like to download covers and whatnot so that I can use the Date Modified value on my SD Card to determine when I first played a game.