This would be freaking amazing and I would love you forever for this.
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So, are you sure that the files are still associated? Have you refreshed, etc. to make sure they're no longer associated?Yeah. I used (yet another) program called Unassoc to do it before deleting SNES9x from my computer.
It's apparently something from the official 1.53 build (see http://www.snes9x.com/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=5710).Yes, I figured that out. I apologize for implicating you; that was unjust and uncalled for. But I discovered a fix: promptly switching back to ZSNES!
I could either add the new code for OV2's icon fix to this build, or move it to a menu item as gocha did. Although I'd be all for removing the .bin file extension from the file filters for both emulators anyway. I never did like seeing .bin files everywhere when browsing for SNES ROMs.
I'm not sure what your question is exactly. Do you want to remove the association? Did you formerly have .bin associated with something else?I get
What you you get if you typeCode: [Select]
"cmd", then type [enter]
You should be looking at that little black box now. Now if you need some help type in these words:
C:> help assoc
My particular problem was this: I was looking at C:\windows\prefetch, and all of the files were *.pf, and I accidentially associated all of my prefetch files with a program.
To undo the association:
assoc .pf = ""
now my *.pf files will associate with NO file
To test what your computer uses to open *doc files type, at the prompt:
C:> assoc .doc
The display states: Word.Document.8 opens your doc files.
And I played a bit of Final Fantasy Dimensions and got the second part of Chapter 2, where I finally play as the Warriors of Darkness again. I only just made it out of the (not-so) sunken ship.How are you liking Dimensions, Garoth? You're literally the only person I know who's played it. It looks good, new-age 2D FF graphics aside, but the only opinion I've heard of it so far was yours: "I'm... I'm taking pity on a game..."
I guess the font is good. I liked the US GBA font myself. While you are familiar with the font editor why not make a hack restoring the SNES font for people that like that? Plus you'll get a +1 for hack contributions if it's accepted.If I imported the old, super-thick fonts of the SNES version, there'd be spillovers like crazy, and everywhere too. I could look into it, but I'll make no guarantees. What would likely happen is it would end up as a separate project and be two patches: one for restoring the SNES release's dialogue font and makes a Chicago-inspired menu/music player font, and one that does the dialogue font but expands the menu font to how it is here.
Honestly I didn't have any problem with the original font.Really? It's quite rampant in Final Fantasy "III" for the Super Nintendo. I believe the only instances of censorship in the overseas releases of FFVI Advance were Siren and Chadarnook's Lakshmi form, though.
But a graphic revert is really nice to have, especially since I didn't know there were censorship in FF6, let alone in FF6 advance.
So I was thinking you guys should just post pictures to see who's the beariest bear on Romhack.