WBFS Easy GUI

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  1. nicksasa
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    Had some spare time and decided to write a little gui

    changelog:
    V2 :
    - Added estimate command
    - Uses WBFS_Win so you can use drive letters
    - Fixed empty boxes bug in list/space
    - Fixed the percentage & ETA balk (was going too fast to read)
    - Added "Make Channel"

    You can make channels for your game's now !!
    if you have trouble with making the channels watch this vid

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  2. SpongeFreak52

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    Very nice! This might be my primary GUI now. =)

    Might I ask what 'Mario Kart Apploader test' is? o.0
     
  3. nicksasa
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    some stuff i did to test some shit dont look at it [​IMG]
     
  4. apcarr

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    I like the way you've added imgburn to backup iso's..nice touch.
     
  5. nicksasa
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    digitydog's idea [​IMG]
     
  6. jservs7

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    Nice work nicksasa!

    When adding adding an ISO and selecting the ISO path, does the ISO name have to be included? And what if there are spaces in the names of my files/folders: Do quotations or underscores work?
     
  7. nicksasa
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    if you have space's just type "c:\wii iso\game test.iso" in place of c:\wii iso\game test.iso
     
  8. Ozz465

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    very nice looking app man . thx .
     
  9. jservs7

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    I'm getting a error message saying "using /dev/sdd unable to open dis"

    The path I used was "(DRIVE LETTER):\Games\Wii Games\Tatsunoko vs Capcom - Cross Generation of Heroes (JAP) TVC-WIIZ.iso"

    I am using XP SP3. I usually transfer my games in Knoppix needing to use a sudo command, so I'm not sure if it has anything to do with my drive or me having my games on a separate drive letter that is not C: [​IMG]
     
  10. dlxowhd

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    hey nicksasa,
    so if i just bought a brand new ext hdd, what do i do?
    do i connect it to wii first then format it?
    or do i connect to my pc and use your program?
    just connect to my pc then hit 'init'? then what? i have some back up dvd's.. i want to put those games on the hdd so i can play them using usb loader.
     
  11. sentinel5000

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    Can this partition the disk or does that needs to be done in the wii?
     
  12. nIxx

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    You need to make Partitions with GParted or Partition Magic or something like that
     
  13. sentinel5000

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    Wait wait, isnt the partition done when one puts the hdd in the wii and execute the loader?
     
  14. bluebird12

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    While using the other GUI, all I needed to know was the Drive Letter (M in my case). Here it asks for the Drive Number etc. I opened the disk management. And it shows Disc 0 (which contains C and D drive) and Disc 1 (which shows both partitions of my USB HD). However the partitions aren't numbered, I assumed that the partition for my wii side is 2 because it came after my other (non-wii stuff) partition. However, it is not working. when I put Disc 1 and Partition 2 (For Init). Can anyone help?
     
  15. rwilts

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    I have used the drive letter as the Partition number and the drive was recognized and displayed all info.

    So I had Drive number 2
    Partition number E
     
  16. magnoman

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    same problem here [​IMG]
     
  17. rwilts

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    Using my system detects drive and reports all data but i cannot get it to install iso!
     
  18. erolz

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    nice GUI. can you format the disc too with this GUI?
     
  19. KennYMcCormick

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    Quick bug
    When i click on "Dump Backup to Iso" then "Cancel" button, it does not cancel the operation, it's asking the path i want to save the iso. (Cancel here doesnt work too)
     
  20. jservs7

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    One quick question: When I try to INIT the drive, does the drive partition get formatted? I believe the init command in Linux does this, so I want to make sure I don't lose my stuff on it. [​IMG]

    Hope this tool gets updated, its the only one so far that sees my partition in Windows without needing a drive letter.