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    downgrade to 3.2. its really worth it.

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    hey dogeggs.

    when you tested mine, did you notice it looked fuzzy around the outside? i have a widescreen tv if it makes any difference.

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    yea i think it did a bit....was on widescreen too...?

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    maybe the pic was too small... i think it got deleted from the site i got it from, so i cant get a larger one... oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogeggs View Post
    Made this the other day, not all my own work just took an existing one by deeefred and tarted it up a bit if you like it, download and install with Softmii app installer (included) Download FOR 3.2 PAL ONLY!

    Is it as simple as download, put the folder on the sd card and run, or do I need softmii installed as well, before using the Softmii app installer? or have I just asked a really stupid question....

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    not a stupid question! everything you need is in the download, which is just the softmii tweak toy, run it, select the.app and it will install it

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    Nice one dogeggs, could you write a tutorial on how to create a custom health screen or give me a nudge in the right direction. I'm on 4.2e.

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    you need mymenu to make custom health screens - all the bits are on my other (broken) pc so you best head over to wadder.net for more info

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    Wow, those custom health screens are awesome! Thanks for the heads up on a beginning point. I haven't done anything like this before, but I'm definitely interested in trying it out. Especially since I am on an NTSC Wii.

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    Hi, I looked at the Custom Theme you made, the Health Screen. Well done.
    But I've a question. How do you make YOUR OWN Wii Theme to .csm and make it work??
    I'll get a Fatal Error, I've seen on a YT video that you need to save all the pictures and .ini in a .zip , and rename it to .mym ...

    I have 4.2E, but I have the .app already. It worked for a downloaded .mym, but I don't know why I got the error for my own Wii Theme. I did the same as in the vid, or is the tutorial bad. =\
    I just ran out of options. >_<

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