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    PKHeX is a save editor for core-series Pokémon games. With it, users can manipulate various save files including: .sav, .dsv, .dat, .gci, .raw, and .bin types. PKHeX can also read and write: .pk files, which are individual Pokémon files, and .pgt, .pcd, .pgf, .wc, which are Mystery Gift files.

    Version 24.06.03 of PKHeX has been released, with initial trash bytes checks for Switch-era game formats. See the changelog for further details.

    PKHeX requires the .NET Desktop Runtime 8.0.0 to run. If you receive an error when trying to run, ensure you have it installed.

    Take note that other related applications will still need time to update, and updated versions of Plugins or SysBot may not be immediately available.

    Change log:

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    24/06/03 - New Update:
     - Legality: Added automatic (basic) Trash Byte checks for Switch-era (Gen7b+) files. Further refinement & expansion in the future.
     - - Fixed: Mystery gifts distributed with nicknames no longer flag IsNicknamed as invalid.
     - Added: Entity editor move dropdown now displays the move's type on the left side.
     - Added: Entire boxes can be dragged & dropped. Must enable via setting as it is not intuitive. Drag from the Box tab rectangle.
     - Added: Report grid can now specify extra properties to show, as well as properties to hide. Change via settings.
     - Added: Gen1-3 save file language/version detection updated for more edge cases.
     - Added: Gen2-5 localization text files added for less popular languages. Thanks @abcboy101 !
     - Added: Gen3 GBA<->GC string conversion logic to handle special text entry. Thanks @abcboy101 !
     - Added: Gen4 Seal/Accessory/Backdrop editors. Thanks @abcboy101 !
     - Added: Gen5 Geonet/Unity Tower can now edit country/region data. Thanks @abcboy101 !
     - Fixed: Gen6/7 entities now save the volatile status effect rather than wiping it (see previous release notes).
     - Fixed: Gen3-7 Nidoran/Farfetch'd text char quirks updated to better align with GameFreak's mess.
     - Fixed: Gen1/2 quirks with box data have been rewritten and resolved.
     - Changed: Gen1-3 emulator save formats that store RTC data are now detected more reliably.
     - Changed: More performance improvements as always! Additionally, translations can now handle Enum localization.

     

     

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    12 hours ago, CriSs said:

    how to fix trashbyte?

    I am receiving the message:

    Invalid OT: Trash Bytes should be cleared

     

     

    12 hours ago, endypk11 said:

    Invalid OT: Trash Bytes should be cleared

    how to fix trashbyte?

     

    CTRL+Click on the OT Field, then click Clear.

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    I downloaded the latest version yesterday (I don't know what version I was using before. It's been a while) and my Gen 4 games suddenly have a lot of errors saying "Invalid: Unable to match an encounter from origin game." on some of my event pokemon. They are all legit events and they all seem to be from the "2nd game" in each pair ( SoulSilver and Pearl).

    Gen 5 is even weirder. My event shiny Pichu from Pearl has:

    image.png.a22e20695740510c9e228251799642ec.png

    While the shiny Pichu from Diamond is fine.

    Anyone know what's going on?

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    2 hours ago, kyle72686 said:

    I downloaded the latest version yesterday (I don't know what version I was using before. It's been a while) and my Gen 4 games suddenly have a lot of errors saying "Invalid: Unable to match an encounter from origin game." on some of my event pokemon. They are all legit events and they all seem to be from the "2nd game" in each pair ( SoulSilver and Pearl).

    Gen 5 is even weirder. My event shiny Pichu from Pearl has:

    image.png.a22e20695740510c9e228251799642ec.png

    While the shiny Pichu from Diamond is fine.

    Anyone know what's going on?

    Gen4 events are distributed with fixed version IDs. They do not match the recipient's version.

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