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Thread: WiiFlow v4.1

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    im very sure it doesn't have anything to help me can you please tell me a way to fix this error and i am sorry for making this difficult for you

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    @kingjames:

    This is not the way to go about things. I gave you very specific advice, and options. You chose NONE. This will simply cause you to be written off as one with lack of comprehension skills. The easiest is option #3 as previously outlined. Do that or don't get your problem solved --- ball's in your court...

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    sorry i didnt even look at the post thank you for all your help and sorry for the trouble

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    Thanks for the great work. I just re-hacked my wii after 4 years, and I'm blown away by how slick wiiflow is! Nice to see such good open source software.

    I installed the latest version, with abz's plugin pack, from the instructions at https://sites.google.com/site/wiiflo...alling-wiiflow . It works great for Wii games, and it plays roms for other emulators very nicely. One thing that I think needs to be emphasized in the doco a bit more is in the ini files, which directories are relative and which are absolute. For my emulator plugins, it took me two days to figure out that romDir is absolute, but coverFolder is relative to the global dir_box_covers setting.

    There's one element in the inis that I don't understand. data_on_usb is described as "WiiFlow settings are on USB - yes/no
    Used primarily if you have /apps/wiiflow/ on a different partition (SD or USB) than the settings folder" . So then what does dir_settings do? The name implies that it's specifying the settings directory. So if settings are on USB, why not just specify it in dir_settings?

    I don't have a lot of space on my SD, so I'm trying to move everything over to the USB drive. Do I need to have both dir_settings and data_on_usb set?

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