Hi, just a tip. Next time, if a user keeps removing text or otherwise vandalizing a page, let an admin know (usually whoever seemed to have been online most recently from the activity log) so they can block, protect, and/or otherwise fix. That way you don't have to keep fighting with them. It was a good catch, just letting you know so it will be easier next time.
That's a good question, these were taken using Dolphin Emulator using the Gecko code I'm working on designed to change aspect for the Gamecube version and the emulator's internal res frame dumping feature to screenshot the part of the game in a higher resolution. This one's for NTSC-U ATM:
Yes. That's something you can find on archive, but there's Wii tools out there that let's you copy legally owned games so they can be emulated to test out any code modifications or take screenshots. Also if you have Nintendon't or any Wiibrew channel with Gecko installed on your modded wii, you can play the game widescreen even if you don't own a copy.
Btw, the first two lines are the width, the second is the perspective zoom, third is the same but multiplied by two and the fourth is the clipping frustum zoom.
I was wondering if there should be a gallery page here displaying all the graphics outside the screencaps they've officially used on each release (not counting any fonts) such as the ghosts and the rip marks from Elmo Says BOO! and the fish from 123 Count with Me if it's covered here and they have the assets library like Nintendo does in the UK because they need to be archived for the future.
If you have the build with a debugger in the shortcut or a recent build, click Load Other Map File.. under the symbols dropdown and select that map to load the function names to each code after launching the game.
Hi, welcome to Muppet Wiki, and thanks for your contributions!
Please take some time to look over our FAQ and Guidelines at Special:Community. For your convenience and future reference, this is also linked in the GET STARTED button on the right-hand side of every article.
If you see that your first edits on the wiki were removed, an explanation may have been left in the article's edit history. Please feel free to leave a message here if there's anything you need help with.