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Settings Editor GUI
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Settings Editor GUI
Version: 1.7

Platforms: Mobile Gaming, Wii


Categories: System Utilities

Upload date: 15 Jul 12

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License: Freeware

Downloads: 11
File Size: 1553 Kb
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Settings Editor GUI

Another update for your Nintendo Wii is Settings Editor GUI which is now at version 1.7.A  Thanks to JoostinOnline and stfour for continuing to keep this updated.A  Some highlights are compatibility with postLoader4, USB Gecko support, Cleaned up code and much more.A  You can view the full version 1.7 changelog below.

v1.7

Compatible with postLoader4
Fixed fadeout occurring in the wrong order when exiting to Internet Settings
USB Gecko support added (requires source to be recompiled with #define USBGECKO uncommented)
Decreased size by 23%
Fixed crashing when checking Priiloader's settings
When exiting in an emunand, the Homebrew Filter option supports old versions as well.
Screen fades out before resetting or shutting down Wii.
Some code cleanup.
Compiled with libogc v1.8.11
Fixed video output being disabled when a selected channel isn't installed.
Wii remote power button and POWER/RESET buttons now exit SE GUI
When launched from postLoader4's shortcut, SE GUI will only use the pL theme.

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