[UPDATE] 2016-12-31: v1.2 is released! Changelog: Code: v1.2 "Dev-PEBCAK" Edition - Bugfix: Actually honour the "Skip download of already existing Content files." setting, instead of always doing it - Improvement: Now displays Content Download progress in more than just Bytes (KB, MB, GB etc.) - New: Added setting to toggle between viewing filesizes in base-2 (1024, e.g. MiB) or base-10 (1000, e.g. MB) - New: Added ability to change the main Download Directory for saving titles instead of using only "AppDir+\install" Hello GBATemp, Long Time, No See! I made a thing! A little while ago, the python tool, FunKiiU was released by @cearp and @cerea1killer. But, since it is a console app, some non-tech-savvy people find it hard to use. So, I decided to make a .NET version of their python tool, called: FunKiiUNETThingy! What Is it?: It is a .NET application that grabs the TitleKey data from "That Key Site" and displays it to the user, then allowing them to add the titles they want to download to a queue, then download that queue of titles! Features: How to Use: 0. Make sure the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 is installed on your machine! 1. First, you need to give it the URL for "That Key Site", and then Update (Download) the titlekeys.json file. 2. Then , Load the Data from titlekeys.json and all the available titles will appear. 3. Double-click the ones you want to add them to the queue. 3-ALT. Or, you could add the TitleKey, TitleID, Name, and Region to the "Manual Title Add" section and press "Add Title to Queue" 4. Press "DOWNLOAD!" and let it do its thing. Other Info: You can use the checkboxes to filter what types of titles appear on screen, and the search bar to find titles with a TitleID, TitleKey, or Name that contains EXACTLY what you typed into the search bar. The "Patch" checkboxes determine whether or not hose patches get applied to their respective types of tickets or not (DLC Patch for DLC tickets, and Demo Patch for Demo tickets). Your configuration settings (the "That Site" URL, and your checkbox selection) are auto-saved when you exit the program. Also, right click an entry in the queue to be able to remove it (except one that is already being downloaded). How to get it: You can grab the latest release from GitHub over here: https://github.com/damysteryman/FunKiiUNETThingy/releases And the source is also on GitHub, here: https://github.com/damysteryman/FunKiiUNETThingy ...With the Changelog available here: https://github.com/damysteryman/FunKiiUNETThingy/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md How does a Magikarp use a computer?: I have no idea. Keep in Mind: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 is required! Also, this is the first release, so expect there to be bugs that I have not found! And as usual, Enjoy!