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how to make pnach?
#1
Okay so here are the codes I want to use

gametitle=Kingdom Hearts II [SLUS 21005] (U)
// Infinite Drive Gauge
patch=1,EE,01c95309,byte,00000009
// Infinite Form Gauge
patch=1,EE,01C9530E,byte,00000015
// Recharge Magic Immediately
patch=1,EE,01c95316,byte,00000000
// Max/Infinite Health - Sora
patch=1,EE,01C95158,byte,00000078
patch=1,EE,01C9515C,byte,00000078
// Infinite Money
patch=1,EE,2033FE60,word,0098967F

but I don't know how to make .pnach file. I've tried omniconvert but it does not have options to save file as .pnach
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#2
Just save it as .txt and then right click the file, select "rename" and change .txt to .pnach and that's it.

PS: If you can't see the .txt in there you should consider forcing Windows to not "Hide extension for known files" option (which exists just to cause problems).
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#3
that doesnt work dude. i "renamed" my file to 06441001.pnach and it still says its a .txt document under properties. stop lying.
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#4
Feeling stupid.
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#5
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Jthomas: change save type to "all Files *.*" and rename it to .pnach it will save as a pnach file
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#6
(06-23-2014, 08:13 PM)Jthomas302 Wrote: that doesnt work dude. i "renamed" my file to 06441001.pnach and it still says its a .txt document under properties. stop lying.

Unhide file extensions and learn some basic OS operations before calling someone a liar.
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#7
@Jthomas: Actually you were already informed by refraction in your own thread. Repeating wrong information doesn't make it true.
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