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  1. Easy Modifying Trainer Info

    Batch Editor. Read the FAQ.
  2. [BUG(?)] Gen 3 Pokemon flagged as illegal due to Ball type

    If you had the pkm files (or save file) in gen3 format, you can always drag them over to any future generation save file and PKHeX will convert them for you! No need to try and fake the transferred data
  3. Invalid Word Filter Errors and more Misc Issues

    Gen5: PKHeX doesn't auto-clear bad nicknames; it only checks for them. PKHeX uses the 3DS wordfilter to check for bad names; there are no records of what the official checks are. Gen6/7: Possible that the OT wordfilters are only enforced in the online trades (set to Sun. / Moon. ??) Bobo = retard/moron in Tagalog Mona = "cunt" in Italian Growlithe/Bad Strings: pk4/pk5 have very minor differences and were not differentiated back in the day (pkm). Probable that the original pkm was misinterpreted as the wrong format, thus using the incorrect character encoding. looks like the name is ⑹rawr!, with OT Jemma. It's being auto-recognized as a pk5 due to the Met Location being 30001 (which is impossible in Gen4). Likely hacked. Legality check from tabs: Legality checking from tabs prepares the pkm data in the event that any property was modified. To check a PKM without using the tabs, you can hold control to bring up the "Legality" option (like View/Set/Delete) in the box view. Pichu: IVs are hacked (5IV, with no PIDIV method) thus not a wild capture, thus an egg.
  4. [BUG(?)] Gen 3 Pokemon flagged as illegal due to Ball type

    Raichu/Pikachu: Only place Pikachu can be captured (in Sapphire) is in the Safari Zone. >The Raichu was from an egg >Origin Seed: EB907277 >PID Type: Method_1 definitely not from an egg
  5. [BUG(?)] Gen 3 Pokemon flagged as illegal due to Ball type

    Can't tell without seeing PKM data; feel free to clear TID/SID/OT
  6. [BUG(?)] Gen 3 Pokemon flagged as illegal due to Ball type

    Possibly you've hacked the PIDIV relationship, thus the only possible encounter is an egg (which can only be in a Poké Ball). Hold control when requesting the legality report, it'll tell you the encounter details.
  7. Gen2 to Gen7 Shiny Celebi

    Crystal is currently GBCartEra only; as in, there's no way to get it on virtual console. Since it's not virtual console, the Celebi Event is thus obtainable (japanese only, but whatever). Transferring to gen7 requires it to originate from a virtual console save, which has not released the event.
  8. Bug reporting: Japanese name of Kin, Gin version (VC-JPN)

    Thanks, fixed in latest commit https://github.com/kwsch/PKHeX/commit/e5d7a063af3a7ddb848e6409f3cde2255ca82492
  9. I looked deeper into regulation and I found something interesting: https://pastebin.com/5FwTiami We know that the player has to select a team, and the game has to know if that pkm is allowed or not. I assume if the sublegends/legends list wasn't directly used, then it'd be the bitflag alternative. Since we know the legends are the only ones banned, and only species are banned... (using PKHeX's legends list and c#): bool[] value = (new bool[808]).Select((z, i) => Legal.Legends.Contains(i)).ToArray(); byte[] data = new byte[value.Length>>3]; for (int i = 0; i < value.Length; i++) if (value[i]) data[i >> 3] |= (byte)(1 << (i & 7)); File.WriteAllBytes(@"D:\bans", data); This generates a 101 byte file: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 C0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0E 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 C0 07 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 98 7E 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 D8 03 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 F0 03 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 E0 01 07 I searched thru the decrypted ROM and found it in multiple places. Try clearing the appropriate bitflags everywhere (or maybe just replace this chunk with 101 zeroes). Stop after F0 03 for ORAS (728 bits, 91 bytes).
  10. 0525 XY - OCT2014 Diancie (US) (ENG)

    No, PKHeX doesn't do any 3IV collision detection as there's only 2 instances of this happening: When the internal event binary is built, the 3IV is included first, and the No IV is included second; Directory.GetFiles doesn't return stuff in a defined order. I've updated PKHeX's behavior so that it plays favorites with the worse of the two cards. https://github.com/kwsch/PKHeX/commit/16341b4d910c676e05663dd4b050fe53fba4b161
  11. PCNY Gardevoir

    Because only the PIDIV algorithm is known; the species-PIDIV relationship isn't. It's best to positively recognize them as PCNYx, but not give fake hacks a sense of validity.
  12. Solving "PID Mismatch"

    There are 2^32 different PIDIV combos. = 4294967296 6 IVs is a (1:32)^6 chance. = 1073741824 4294967296 / 1073741824 = 4 Statistically, there's only 4 flawless PIDIV natures. TID and SID only influence shininess. Relax your search criteria for lower IVs.
  13. fatal non-UI error on .NET 4.7

    try this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/uh01mwxr61xxw11/PKHeX noerrhandling.zip?dl=0
  14. Need Help

    Extract the exe AND the dll from the zip.
  15. fatal non-UI error on .NET 4.7

    Extract the exe AND the dll in the zip.