WiiCM

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Nov 22, 2008

WiiCM by fishears at 2:12 PM (2,312 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. fishears
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    Member fishears fishears

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    christian.remboldt alias linus has released WiiCM 286 alpha1.

    It is a Wii application to manage ocarina/WiiRD cheat codes on the Wii itself. It works with txt files and lets you select what cheats you want then convert to a gct file ready for use.

    It can be downloaded here

    Extract from the readme:

    wiicm
    version 286alpha1
    11/20/08

    Description:
    Native wii cheat code manager, for use with WiiRd codes and the GeckoOS\Ocarina code handler. Select codes from .txt file and encode to .gct format.

    Installation:
    Install wiicm apps package. Make directories /codes/ and /txtcodes/ on root of SD card. Download and install GeckoOS. http://www.usbgecko.com/files/geckohb9.zip. Download codes and save them to /txtcodes/. http://www.usbgecko.com/codes/

    Use:
    File selection; Up or Down to change selected file or directory, A to select, or Home to exit. [Renaming txt file helps with selection(ex. rename RMGE01.txt to galaxy.txt). Wiicm creates the gct file name from the first line of the txt file to account for this]. Code selection; A to activate code, B to skip code, or Home to exit. Finally when you see the red bar press A to create new gct file and exit, or Home to exit without creating new gct file.
     
  2. zerof

    Member zerof GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Customization added.

    Not sure about anything else.
     
  3. kedest

    Member kedest GBAtemp Psycho!

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    seems like file browsing has changed. in the previous version you had to cycle through files with + and -
    But I wish they'd change cheat selection. Seems like it's still going through the entire list and having to select or skip each cheat. Some games have a huge cheat list, so this isn't a very convenient method.
     
  4. fruitman

    Newcomer fruitman Advanced Member

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    its a good start though [​IMG]

    i have it running on gamma, the little ones love it

    ps. i had the old one i'll have a play with this one
     
  5. skedone

    Member skedone GBAtemp Fan

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    its weird i tried this with the call of duty codes and nutting happened anyone tried it with that yet
     
  6. harryk

    Member harryk GBAtemp Regular

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    @skedone: Did you set the hook type to Vi?

    I tried it with Mario Galaxy, but there was an error with the first code, so it didn't work and I deleted it. Maybe I'll give it another shot [​IMG]
     
  7. skedone

    Member skedone GBAtemp Fan

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    i set the hook type to vi but still a no go do i have to press summit in game to activate them or summit ??? i dont know will keep trying
     

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