Gaming Possible to change around the way that my game saves...

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I'd like to alphabetise them and maybe put them by category (VC/Wiiware/disc games). Is there any way to do this? Maybe with the help of a homebrew app or even just normally? It looks so disorganised!
 

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i believe the system menu just shows them in order ( or maybe reverse order ) that the folders are created. There is no homebrew that allows you to re-order them. But if youre really brave, you can delete them all and re-install them in whatever order you want them to be displayed in ( or maybe the reverse of that ).

You could also get on nintendo's website and ask about it in their support forum. Theres a chance that somebody that actually has some pull will read your request and it may get included in a future system menu update. Seeing as how thev'ye not included anything useful in teh past few updates, i think theyre due for some feature that users will notice and appreciate.
 

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giantpune said:
Theres a chance that somebody that actually has some pull will read your request and it may get included in a future system menu update

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extracting your saves and then reinstalling then in the order that you would like seems like a feasible idea. it surly wouldn't hurt anything. worse case scenario they end up back in the same order.
and @ nintendo_chick: I don't see mentioning this to nintendo as being that funny. if a major corporation didn't listen to their end user's then there would be no reason for focus groups right? where else would they get ideas to improve their products? and i believe one word posts are against the rules. i think that also applies to emoticons.
 

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Thanks, do you mean folders or data.bin?

Is there a way to play around with them on the S card on my PC to recreate new folders and whack them in?
 

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