Difference between revisions of "Talk:WiiPaint"

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This and the Wii menu homebrew don't work for me. You synch the Mote but then it hangs with the cursor in the top left in both. I've tried using the HB channel and TP. It doesn't actually hang, because I can press B to reload. All the other IR ones work (eg asteroids, take care...). PAL. [[User:Muzer|Muzer]] 23:31, 21 April 2008 (PDT)
 
This and the Wii menu homebrew don't work for me. You synch the Mote but then it hangs with the cursor in the top left in both. I've tried using the HB channel and TP. It doesn't actually hang, because I can press B to reload. All the other IR ones work (eg asteroids, take care...). PAL. [[User:Muzer|Muzer]] 23:31, 21 April 2008 (PDT)
:*bump* [[User:Muzer|Muzer]] 10:22, 22 April 2008 (PDT)
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:bump [[User:Muzer|Muzer]] 10:22, 22 April 2008 (PDT)
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:Try the [[Homebrew apps/Asteroids#Unofficial Releases|Asteroids]] with Wiimote mod.  I had the same trouble with a lot of these early homebrew, but this one worked perfectly.  It appears to be an issue of these programs only looking for one ir light from the sensor bar, but this Asteroids uses both lights and calculates a more accurate absolute position (the yellow dot). Just have to wait for the source to it, hopefully soon.  -- [[User:Dsbomb|Dsbomb]] 10:48, 22 April 2008 (PDT)

Revision as of 19:48, 22 April 2008

This and the Wii menu homebrew don't work for me. You synch the Mote but then it hangs with the cursor in the top left in both. I've tried using the HB channel and TP. It doesn't actually hang, because I can press B to reload. All the other IR ones work (eg asteroids, take care...). PAL. Muzer 23:31, 21 April 2008 (PDT)

bump Muzer 10:22, 22 April 2008 (PDT)
Try the Asteroids with Wiimote mod. I had the same trouble with a lot of these early homebrew, but this one worked perfectly. It appears to be an issue of these programs only looking for one ir light from the sensor bar, but this Asteroids uses both lights and calculates a more accurate absolute position (the yellow dot). Just have to wait for the source to it, hopefully soon. -- Dsbomb 10:48, 22 April 2008 (PDT)