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== No more Bootmii? ==
 
== No more Bootmii? ==
  
According to http://wiiscenewatch.blogspot.com/2009/04/beginning-of-end-of-wii-scene.html
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According to some random failblog on the interwebz Bushing has recently left the "scene", and the source code for Bootmii has been deleted. This obviously can't be true, but since I tend to believe random crap, I'll ask anyway ('coz I'm a crackmonkey): Can anyone confirm this? --[[User:Recklessness|Recklessness]] 11:51, 21 April 2009 (UTC)
Bushing has recently left the "scene", and the source code for Bootmii has been deleted.
 
Can anyone confirm this? --[[User:Recklessness|Recklessness]] 11:51, 21 April 2009 (UTC)
 

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BootMiiOut

What did the Google Beta's version of BootMii, from April 1, do exactly? I know it was supposed to be a joke, but I never tested it. There were many "jokes" going around that had bad consequences. - Twil —Preceding unsigned comment added by Seandgibbonsy (talkcontribs) 02:05, 3 April 2009

Dunno, never tried it, had nothing to do with it. --Bushing 12:23, 19 April 2009 (UTC)

Support for GameCube Controllers

I do not know if it has already been thought of, but I would love if the BootMii menu would support Gamecube controllers. I play most of my games and run most homebrew with Gamecube controllers, since I don't like having to change batteries in my Wiimotes all the time, and I hate having to use Wiimotes to start my Wii. If the BootMii menu had support for Gamecube Controllers, this would not be an issue. Mekuso —Preceding unsigned comment added by Mekuso (talkcontribs) 07:34, 19 April 2009

Your wish is our command. (Actually, it's almost technically impossible to use the WIimotes at such a low level, so we are supporting GC pads out of necessity.) --Bushing 12:23, 19 April 2009 (UTC)

No more Bootmii?

According to some random failblog on the interwebz Bushing has recently left the "scene", and the source code for Bootmii has been deleted. This obviously can't be true, but since I tend to believe random crap, I'll ask anyway ('coz I'm a crackmonkey): Can anyone confirm this? --Recklessness 11:51, 21 April 2009 (UTC)