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  1. HI, First of all thanks for great dash – Aurora. I am trying to set up filters – I want Aurora to autohide games with multiple disks. This works, but when I turn off and turn on the console, this settings is not saved – that is, autohiding is turned off. Is it only me? And a second thing: how do I turn subtitles in Aurora that show in [] game title in File Browser? I once turned it on, but now I cannot find this option. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that I do not have Internet connection. Thanks in advance!
  2. Hello guys, I often need to view all kinds of games together and hide the other stuff. So I wrote these filters to hide other categories. Edit: I used ~= operator instead of "not ( = )". Thanks a lot Swizzy for the great tip Hide Applications: GameListFilterCategories.User["Hide Applications"] = function(Content) return Content.ScriptData ~= "Applications" end Hide Emulators: GameListFilterCategories.User["Hide Emulators"] = function(Content) return Content.ScriptData ~= "Emulators" end Hide Homebrew: GameListFilterCategories.User["Hide Homebrew"] = function(Content) return Content.ScriptData ~= "Homebrew" end Of course to add any filter, you have to put in a file with extension .lua and place it inside folder: Media/Scripts/UserFilters I hope that would be useful for anyone I also added another one in my post below
  3. * I dont know where and how can I do a bug report so i put [bUG REPORT] in title, if Iam wrong please tell me. Hello, I'am testing the Aurora dash replacement (0.1a.1), and find a bug: When you select both Xbox 360 and Xbox Live Arcade in filter, none games are showed on coverflow. I had no problems selecting other filters combination other than the cited above. This is my first post, so please have patience ** EDIT: Its not a bug, its a unimplemented function (as MaesterRowen says). The filter dont work with OR logic for now.
  4. Unlike fsd, aurora has filters instead of tabs. -How do I apply a specific filter to a game? (ex. determinates that need for speed is a "Race Game", etc). -how do I create custom filters? (custom filter names) -Suggestion: turn on/off automatic detection of filters (xbla, games, homebrew, custom filters) The usbloaders from wii are exemplar when talking about filters. The UsbLoaderGX, for example, should be used as default concept.
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