Homebrew RELEASE Switch library manager - easily manage your switch game backups

JamiePashley

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How does this work exactly? I was trying to setup several DLCs to ignore (unreleased Smash DLCs). This setting works fine with only one ID, but as soon as I add another, the settings file resets to default and adds a random ID I don't even know in that ignore ID space.

What's the correct settings layout to ignore more than one ID?

Code:
 "ignore_dlc_title_ids": [
  "title_id1",
  "title_id2",
  "title_id3"
 ]
 
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Don't forget the comma after each "title_id". The last one doesn't need the comma
So I tried what you suggested and added 18 title IDs to ignore, but again the manager and settings file reset themselves and it adds a random ID that I didn't even put there. See pic attached. I can't add more than one ID to my ignore list. Everytime I tried that, I have to change all my settings again and set a new folder etc.
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EDIT: Now it worked. I deleted the whole folder and restarted from scratch. I guess some settings were messed up.
 

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got some error with some recent game update :
failed to read NSP [reason: missing Key_area_key[key_area_key_application_0c]]


got this error with metroid dread and mario party superstars update
 

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I fix titledb errors as they are reported. The main problem here is what constitutes an "error", many people think a title that is incorrectly named in some fashion is a titledb error, when this is in fact exactly how nintendo reports it. titledb will not deviate from what nintendo reports, even if it appears wrong to some people.

i dont talk about incorrect naming but update or dlc that don exist or refering to wrong version of a game
 

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more and more error in update and dlc files

failed to read NSP [reason: missing Key_area_key[key_area_key_application_0c]]

i guess firmware 13.0 introduced some new thing
 
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