evandixon

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  1. It'd probably be better if we didn't allow it. One of our staff members described it as our site acting "as a broker for monetary rom hacking deals", which sounds really sketchy IMO. Based on what you want, I think Ohana3DS is what you'd want to use if you want to try it yourself. I don't know its memory requirements, but the FAQ implies it can run in 32-bit, where the maximum that could be used is 2GB.
  2. @Dio_Vento has recently released his ROM hacks of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. Based on his previous work, Pokémon Rutile Ruby and Pokémon Star Sapphire, these hacks aim to provide a legitimate challenge to players seeking something more from the latest Pokémon games. Here's the trailer: Features include (but are not limited to): Harsher level curve New trainer & gym teams NPC's using Mega Evolution Improved item availability Trade-based evolutions can be done in-game Downloads, as well as more information, can be found in the project thread.
  3. Here you go:
  4. What size is the save you're trying to restore?
  5. Load the game and use File > Import Backup Memory
  6. The .Net Framework 4.6 comes with many useful features compared to 4.0, which lets certain new additions be more easily made. You'll either have to get a version of mono that supports .Net 4.6 or install Windows (you can use a VM if you don't want to swap on your main computer). (Edit) Details can be found here: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2015/07/20/announcing-net-framework-4-6/ I think the most notable improvement for now is faster start time (JIT compiler).
  7. IRC

    Connection Details: Channel: #ProjectPokemon Hostname/Network: irc.projectpokemon.org Port: 6667
  8. Sorry about that. Will fix the link when I'm at a computer. Here's the correct one: https://github.com/J-D-K/JKSM/releases/latest
  9. What says JKSM couldn't be found?
  10. I thought the definition of "legal" was "it could happen in-game given the correct circumstances". [Edit] Hmmm... this is more complicated than I thought. I don't really know, although I don't know how to change my vote in the poll.
  11. I think we just need the payloads to be updated.
  12. I recommend that you follow http://3ds.guide/ before updating, so you will have more options in the future. You never know when you want to try out the latest homebrew or ROM hacks.
  13. Hi Soljermon, it's been a while! When prompted to enter the Google Authenticator code, you can click "Verify using another method", which will let you send yourself a recovery email to get around it. Admins are also able to disable 2FA in extraordinary circumstances. Because of the hack, @Alpha has decided to require all staff to use 2FA. (See "MFA will be required!" in our super-secret staff forum.) I personally think we'd be fine only requiring it for those with access to the ACP or the front page, but now it's harder for hackers to do even more damage.
  14. Yep. They can be found here: https://github.com/evandixon/SkyEditor.SaveEditor/tree/master/SkyEditor.SaveEditor/Resources/en (I should probably put these on the PP wiki at some point.)
  15.  Nintendo has released update 11.3.0-36. It patches safehax, so if you do not have CFW installed, do not update if you wish to install it (instructions can be found here). Without CFW, updating will prevent you from using save editors like PKHeX or ROM hacks until homebrew is updated.