removing .nds Help

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  1. LUGiA
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    Ii noticed in one of D300's Videos he removed the .nds file extension. How do u do this with out damaging the file

    I turned Hide file extension off but the files where still just .nds rather then .nds.nds
     
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    Maybe he used an application just like the Evolution Tools. It shows the icon of the game, it auto trims games and It doesn't show the .nds extenstion. Download it Here
     
  3. Axel-MaV

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    You want hide the .nds extension in M3 Sakura?
    Press "Start" and select "GUI Settings", then mark "Hide filename extensions."

    It's working only for "2 Line Mode" [​IMG]
     
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    Wouldn't YOU like to know?
    I didn't use any special application for it (to my knowledge there is no M3 equivalent of Evolution Tools).

    Axel-MaV is right. The option to hide filename extensions only works in 2-line filename display mode.
     
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    I think your game(s) is named like that ROMNAME.NDS.NDS, so when you check hide file extensions it really hide the extension and the second .nds included the name.

    you just have to rename your rom(s),by removing one of the .nds
     
  6. LUGiA
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    that the thing it wast showing up as ROMNAME.NDS.NDS only ROMNAME.NDS when i did show hidden file extension

    but now sorted by doing it in sakura...
     
  7. eureca

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    If you still want to know what I think you are asking. To remove the extension from any file on your computer if you are using windows first you have t make it show the file extension.

    Go to any folder on your computer or just go to my computer from the start menu. Then on the toolbar on top click on tools then folder options from the drop down list. Then click on view from the top of this menu then on the list look for "Hide extensions for known file types" and make sure its not checked on and press ok to save these settings.

    That should allow you to change and remove file extensions on windows.
     
  8. LUGiA
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    m8 if you read my u would know that i know how to show hidden extensions

    i am saying that the extension wasnt .nds.nds like it should have been