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    Considering how far they've come with it I wouldn't be surprised to see themes implemented in this soon. And since the GUI is so similar to Wiiflow I imagine all the existing themes for that app wouldn't take much effort at all to be converted.

    If those guys (spayrosam, benjay, etc.) who work on Wiiflow's themes get involved, this interface could see all kinds of new looks, and the day I pick up a WODE may be closer than I thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian View Post
    Considering how far they've come with it I wouldn't be surprised to see themes implemented in this soon. And since the GUI is so similar to Wiiflow I imagine all the existing themes for that app wouldn't take much effort at all to be converted.

    If those guys (spayrosam, benjay, etc.) who work on Wiiflow's themes get involved, this interface could see all kinds of new looks, and the day I pick up a WODE may be closer than I thought.
    Ithian I downloaded the archive you have in the WIiflow thead (link in your sig) and applied the themes to the WODEflow that you had in the pack. They all work so far. Have not gone too deep into them just loading them one at a time and running through quick to see the visual effects and if they load. I have four or five still to test then it is off to download some more themes I saw the other day.
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    So they do work then?

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    So far each and every theme from that download pack has worked perfectly.

    Games load - the WODEflow video settings work perfectly within each of the themes as to all the other odds and sods included. Such as Error code 002 and the cheat codes, the all work fine. I am going to spend some time reading up about the Wiiflow - there must be some kind of user manual and see if all is the same. Should be but you never know until you test.
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    So it can load codes and apply the 002 error which basically means it technically a direct port of Wiiflow with some minor chnages or so I'm assuming and it seems the potential of the WODE just got even better.

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    The big thing is of course that WODE owner who have a Wii with 4.2 no longer have to install Gecko to have out of region games run.
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    Very nice indeed even though its not of much concern to me as I'm still on 4.1 but it's definately nice to know that theres now an even easier solution.

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    Favs you have PM. Could you please post your experience with the beta I sent you?

    Sorry folks I will not be able to send the betta to any on else. I just needed a person not connected to WODE to give it a test run. I am biased after all.
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    So far so good, here are some quick opinions I've got which will most likely change as I do more testing.

    - Boxart when selected in my opinion zooms up too close to the screen and needs to move back just a bit.

    - Needs disc art if possible as it would be a nice feature to see.

    - Easy to install, just extract the boot.dol to the appropriate folder like any homebrew app.

    - Ability to select and use custom themes. (have yet to try)

    - Can use Ocarina codes which is always a nice feature. (have yet to try)

    - Option to use 002 error fix, which I've not needed since I started using the WODE but it could come in help if ever I get the blue screen of fail.

    - The standard cover display option while fine could use a few more display options or an option to choose a display similar to the previous menu. (havn't checked in depth yet)

    - If there was a button which changed the drive partition instead of having to go into the settings menu it would streamline things.

    - Slight text error with the partition selection option, it basically gives me some random symbols and text which seems to occur at random. (yet to see if this occurs elsewhere)

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    Quote Originally Posted by R_N_B View Post
    Ithian I downloaded the archive you have in the WIiflow thead (link in your sig) and applied the themes to the WODEflow that you had in the pack. They all work so far. Have not gone too deep into them just loading them one at a time and running through quick to see the visual effects and if they load. I have four or five still to test then it is off to download some more themes I saw the other day.
    That's just awesome then. R-win really is full of win.. Rrrrr

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    Wiiflow - there must be some kind of user manual and see if all is the same. Should be but you never know until you test.
    Aside from the readme I doubt you'll find one. I looked everywhere in posts dating back to the release of the app trying to find something more detailed. That's actually what inspired me to do the wiiflow guide.

    Quote Originally Posted by Favs View Post
    - Boxart when selected in my opinion zooms up too close to the screen and needs to move back just a bit.
    I always disliked that about the boxart. If the Wodeflow settings are anything like Wiiflow you might have the option to select "Adjust Coverflow" in Settings. If it's there, or eventually gets put in, it'll let you offset just about everything you see on-screen. I adjust all my themes this way in Wiiflow.
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