Hacking Language emulation is missing in the latest Luma patch

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http://gbatemp.net/threads/luma3ds-noob-proof-3ds-custom-firmware.411110/page-893#post-7056944)

I found a solution. Sorry.
 
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That's because the folder structure changed, so Luma locale switcher doesn't work anymore. To change region, you need to create the directory sd/luma/titles/title id. Then create a .txt file with the region and language of what you want i.e (EUR EN) then name the text file "locale.txt" and it works. @Aurora Wright any chance you could update the wiki with the new folder structure, while most people are using the nightlies?
 
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That's because the folder structure changed, so Luma locale switcher doesn't work anymore. To change region, you need to create the directory sd/luma/titles/title id. Then create a .txt file with the region and language of what you want i.e (EUR EN) then name the text file "locale.txt" and it works. @Aurora Wright any chance you could update the wiki with the new folder structure, while most people are using the nightlies?
Thank you I found a solution. Sorry.
 
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