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    WiiJManager v0.8 - another WBFS tool

    sOurce - WiiJManager Multiplataform (Windows/OS X) - GBAtemp.net

    download - version 0.8
    In windows just open WiiJManagerWin.exe. In OS X open WiiJManager.jar
    See the source for older versions

    Here is a tool I've been developing for the last weeks. WiiJManager is a WBFS manager for OSX and Windows.
    Basically it's a GUI for WiiMMS programmed with Java.

    With it you can copy games from WBFS partitions to ISO/WBFS/WDF and viceversa.

    Currently it works in both Windows and OS X. Till I can get some time on linux next week it won't be ported. But linux guys have the terminal tool
    - zon7

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    WiiJManager Windows



    WiiJManager OSX
    Last edited by Stomp_442; 09-01-2010 at 02:15 PM. Reason: update to version 0.8

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    Looks ugly as and needs a much, much better UI.

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    If it's a WBFS manager that actually works right on mac I'd be content for now. We shall see.

    Edit: Looks like the windows and mac versions are bundled together in each release beyond v0.4, so the 0.5.3 download contains both apps. That said, I can't get the mac versions to work. It won't let me select a drive, just the folder location.
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    Same here, with the windows version, I can only select a folder location, cannot select a drive.

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    I tried it as well, same result. (windows)
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    So I'm guessing based on what you guys have concluded, this needs alot more work?

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    I wonder if this has anything to do with the app not working on my Vista computer?

    To quote the readme~
    Currently WiiJManager has been tested on:
    -OS X 10.6: Sorry, no PPC support right now.
    -Windows XP SP3.
    There is a v0.6.1 at the source. Still not working for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    There is a v0.6.1 at the source. Still not working for me.
    Just tried it, same here on mac version. I hope he gets it working right because it'd be nice to have a manager to use on my mac.
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    I can select the folder, and it does show the two ISO's I have in that folder, but in the other panel, I cannot seem to get a drive recognized.

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    Why is it when I open the .jar file on mac, appPackage.WiiJManager opens for a second and then nothing happens. Why doesn't the program window open?

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