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  1. Oh I know why it does it the way it does currently. It's still an issue, even if relatively small. I would personally suggest an import option, or a pop-up (which could be disabled) asking which Gen1 game you're importing it from. Or even like, when opening up FR/LG how it asks the particular version.
  2. Hey all! I wouldn't be surprised if this is already known, but a search didn't bring anything up so I thought I'd make this post. When dragging a Pokemon from Green or Blue Version into a Gen7 box, it will be listed as having come from Red version instead of the appropriate game. Importing through the official Poke Transporter, however, adds the correct met game version. A small issue, but would be nice for it to get squashed eventually.
  3. Awesomeness! Thanks! It's a bit of a strange design choice though, a separate option wouldn't take up too much space and would be more accessible. Admittedly it's my fault for not looking closely enough though. All the data necessary to generate it on the fly is there though, since you can do that with one extra step in anycase, so I don't see why it would be an issue. Makes sense. I don't know... I see it as lacking for no real reason, when it's part of the main functionality of the games the program handles. Still, I understand the lack of
  4. No, not at all. I'm saying using an app such as Calcy IV to get the stats and attributes directly from GO, type them into PKHeX and the output the Pokemon into the Pokemon view, which can then be moved to the box if the user is satisfied. Nothing more, nothing less. Okay, so there was indeed a breakdown in communication. I'm sorry. I'm also useless in programming, I'm still not even sure how to compile anything from GITHub yet. Though I'm learning, slowly but surely. The main thing is the suggestions are down now, so if anyone has the know-how, or I gain it later
  5. Hmm... I think there's a breakdown of communication, but I'm not quite positive where. Why: Speeding up the process. Cutting Go Park, and maybe even LGPE, out of the Equation entirely. On the fly stat translation. Unification of functionality. That Translation of Go to PK7 by simply entering in the stats and generating the Pokemon without transferring to LGPE, all under the same roof, so to speak. Minus the magic, having it read the Go Park and move, or copy, the Mons directly to the save's boxes would be a wonderful feature. Never been a fan of the Pokemo
  6. Thanks. Again, it's more about cutting out the middleman of requiring the GP1 files in the first place, or integrating the GP1 Editor program directly into PKHex, as it really seems like something that should go with the LGPE functionality, in my mind at least. Yeah, sorry, was just a thought and not meant for PKHeX.
  7. Heya all! I've been absolutely loving PkHex, with it speeding up transferring my Pokemon from older games by literally hours. So, thank you for that. However, there are numerous avenues for improvement, in my opinion, which I would love to see traveled down. Global Box Operations: This one I'm surprised hasn't been implemented, especially as the wording of the operations make it seem as though they have, such as selecting "Sort Boxes" which I'd imagine would sort all the boxes, however it simply only sorts the currently selected box as far as I can see. This
  8. I can't find it there. Not saying you're wrong, just explaining why I posted it. Along with your mentioning of magnets, which are always somewhat risky near electronics that store data. When there is literally a version number indicated, and you can check the date, that's somewhat irrelevant. Either way, Slayer mentions that the video is on the site anyhow, thus it is up to date.
  9. I just want to bring to light that any physical additions outside of a bog standard 3DS, your 3DS' SD card, an SD card reader for your PC and your PC are NOT necessary anymore to hack a 3DS with CFW. Anything that involves a magnet or something you have to buy to aid in the hacking effort may very well brick your 3DS. Installation of Custom Firmware can be done perfectly safely with the most recent 3DS firmware updates via the following method: Just follow the guide, step by step and you'll have a relatively hassle free hacked 3DS which you can use to grab your saves an
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