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Everything posted by Cecillia

  1. That's only possible by not keeping leftovers from the main game in the demo, and you know how GF is.
  2. Those files are still copyrighted, because nowadays you can even copyright a string of data or numbers.
  3. The CIA files can't be dumped here according to the official rules, although custom themes could be done indeed. There are sites with dumps, although talking about those is strictly prohibited as per the rules.
  4. It's needed, because .NET framework 4.6 introduced certain functions not available in older versions. This means that the developers can do things they couldn't do before, or were harder to do. It's impossible or very hard to release a .NET framework 4.5 version. Also, if you got Windows 7 SP1 you can intstall .NET 4.6 from here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53344
  5. That's the most likely ID. Seeing as in Japan normally the years are first, then the months, and lastly the days, but I don't know if that's ever used before. I saw 10016 and that was the event Keldeo from 2016. Edit: Marshadow's G7TID for the Japanese one is 170715, so it must be yymmdd
  6. That's technically impossible, as data doesn't work that way.
  7. Null... Can't help it. @IceFireKyurem, I think you mean -1.
  8. Neat. Pretty much interested in other themes
  9. Neat. TPCi/Creatures Inc./GameFreak/Nintendo sure does want people's money.
  10. Just saw it linked on IRC. GameFreak sure knows how to annoy people.
  11. Nah, the scariest two were the Marvelous Bridge girl, and the Lumiose Girl.
  12. Our well known community innovator, and member @SciresM has stated on Twitter that he's currently working on a QR code injection patch for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon. The patch is expected to be ready for release by Monday November the 13th, 2017 as stated by him on Twitter. What this patch does is basically the same as the patch did for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. It will allow to inject Pokémon by using QR codes generated with PKHeX. This feature is especially helpful for those who don't want to transfer their saves each time they use PKHeX. Be on the lookout, as this post will be updated when new information drops. Update: Tuesday, November the 14th 2017 It appears SciresM has gotten it at least working for Ultra Moon. He hasn't verified it yet for Ultra Sun, but he has confirmed that it should work for Ultra Moon. Source:
  13. Sadly enough I already turned 18, and I can't go to Pokémon Centers.
  14. Applied, thank you for what this site has done for us.
  15. I figured that out, thanks to @theSLAYER. Thanks anyway.
  16. How big is the code.bin and how do I patch it for no lines?
  17. The Pokémon Global Link is currently undergoing maintenance. If you try to use it, it will fail. The maintenance started at midnight November 10 2017, and it will last until midnight 17 November 2017 (UTC). The Pokémon Company International has taken it offline to update it for the official release of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon. It seems that after the update it will work with both Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon, as well as with Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. Right now the Global Link features won't work for either Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, this includes Game Sync as well as Rating Battles. After the maintenance is done, the new games will officially be released, in the meantime be sure to stay offline or else you will more than likely get banned like last year. Official information: Source: https://3ds.pokemon-gl.com
  18. Alright... Bummer, but oh well... They didn't ban me yet for it.
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