M3: gba games in the nds game list?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by kolis, Sep 25, 2006.

  1. kolis
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    kolis Member

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    Hi!

    Why does the M3 interface list gba games together with nds games when in nds mode? The gba games cannot be launched from nds mode, so what is the point of listing them? It would be extremely easy to filter out gba games in the nds game listing. When in gba mode, I only see gba games and no nds games. Why does this not work the other way??
     
  2. czw

    czw Advanced Member

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    Jun 29, 2006
    You can see gba files in nds mode,because gba/nds linkage function need gba games.
     
  3. Shinji

    Shinji ҉҉ ҉҉

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    Even before that it has shown GBA games in the games list in NDS mode. My guess is I dont know
     
  4. Arm73

    Arm73 GBAtemp Addict

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    that
     
  5. kolis
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    kolis Member

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    Yup, it was there before the gba/nds linkage function. But even if it now is used for gba/nds linkage, it should be easy to provide an option in the M3 settings to hide all gba games, for us that don't need the linkage function.
     
  6. other

    other GBAtemp Regular

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    As in hide *.gba? What about *.ds.gba? Does the M3 distinguish them?
     
  7. peter_porker

    peter_porker Member

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    just put all your *.gba files in a different folder
     
  8. Shinji

    Shinji ҉҉ ҉҉

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    Sad thing is I didnt even think about doing that.... :'( Excellent contribution for your first post, now go post in the introduction section [​IMG]
     
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