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Dear creator of PKhex. I request that pkhex's change to .net 4.6 be reverted for a build that actually works on mono found in wine, as I use linux, and would not like to waste space on my hdd with .net 4.6. If you could make your code more universal, that would be very desired. Sincerely, St. GIGA
Hey all, I'm new here and hoping I posted this in the correct section of the forums. Let's get to it. I'm trying to run Pokegen on my Macbook, which currently has Mac OSX 10.5.8 installed on it, as well as the latest version of x11. I'm playing Pokemon Black using DeSmuMe (latest version) as an emulator, and hoping to get some cool pokémon (including pkmn from previous generations) to train from an early level. I tried downloading Wine (v 1.1.44) and Winebox (v 1.1.44), but to no avail. I attempted to create a custom prefix following how-to guides I found in various places online (such as this one) and I think I did everything correctly. When I attempted to create a prefix for and subsequently open Pokegen, no window popped up. Instead, I see only the menu options (on the horizontal bar across the top of the screen) for Wine Bottler. Later, searching the forums, I found that Pokegen will not run using Wine on Mac OSX 10.6 or earlier... So, I attempted to open Pokegen using Crossover, which kindof worked... I chose the Pokegen executable file as my installer file (Crossover describes this as "The file you select will be launched to install the application"). I then chose to create a windows XP bottle for the program, and hit "Install". Halfway into "installing" the program, Pokegen simply launches. At first I was like :creep:, then I was like :cool:, but then quickly I became :frown: I couldn't upload the save state created by Desmume because this Crossever-ed Pokegen didn't recognize .dst files (or is it always like that?). I could, however, load a .dsv that I think my emulator creates when I save the game in-game using my poke-gear. Unfortunately, what Pokegen opened was a buggy version of my game save; it didn't accurately show the pokemon I had in my party, and didn't detect most of the pokemon I had in my box. Soon thereafter, Pokegen crashed. Then I was like :mad: I opened Pokegen once more and Looking around this forum, I found a link to this site, where I uploaded my .dst save file and converted it into both .sav and .duc formats. When I attempted to load them, Pokegen gave me an "Invalid file" error message. I've tried 11 of the different target formats offered by the above site, but none of them worked. To top it all off, the .dsv that had previously opened, albeit buggily, now also gives me the same error message. At this point, I'm really frustrated and hoping that someone here knows what I'm going through and can help me out. Thank you very much in advance. -H
Okay, so here is the deal. I play Pokemon Platinum on my Macbook using Crossover and No$GBA. I am having trouble using PokeSav on my Macbook and cannot figure out how to do this. I found this video on YouTube that is absolutely horrible because I get lost half-way through and cannot figure out what I am supposed to do ( ). I try hitting "open" to open my .sav file but it keeps telling me that it's the wrong file type. This is my first time with PokeSav so I could be doing something completely wrong. Could someone please give me written instructions on how to use PokeSav with a Macbook please? Because this is really confusing me. Thanks in advance.