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Witgui (Mac) 2.1.5



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Witgui is a Wii & GameCube game manager for Mac OS X.

It is a graphical user interface based on wit, wwt and the gametdb.com database.

You will love its intuitiveness.

Witgui implements the most used features of wit and wwt:

| Listing of Wii and GameCube games on your Mac or on an external drive
| (FAT is natively supported, if you wish NTFS support you may want to
| install NTFS-3G/Tuxera NTFS first) and on WBFS partitions.

| Converting between .wbfs, .iso, .wdf, .ciso and .wia file formats.
| Adding, Removing and Extracting games to/from WBFS partitions.

Supported File Formats:
> Reading/Writing: .wbfs, .iso, .wdf, .ciso & .wia

Witgui also supports:

- downloading localized cover images from gametdb.com
- parsing localized game details from the gametdb.com database
- searching your games or even the whole offline database
- renaming games with a custom format
- exporting a game-list to plain text or html
- check/repair WBFS-partitions and verify games

Help for Witgui:
http://desairem.altervista.org/wordpress/category/witgui-help/

Witgui v2.1.5 supports:
- Yosemite (10.10)
- Mavericks (10.9)
- Mountain Lion (10.8)
- Lion (10.7)

If you need it for Mac OS X Snow Leopard(10.6) you can download Witgui v1.1.3 or the newer v2.0.4 from the Witgui-Website.

Change log (2.1.5):
Fixed bugs:

The “Format as WBFS” and “Eject device” commands work again.

The search field works again.
Renamed games are correctly updated inside the app. Partition names are correctly displayed in the Format panel.
Fixed some Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10) compatibility issues.

Updates:

The option to download the game covers has been moved to the Preferences panel.
To enable the restoration of open windows, please enable/disable the corresponding option in the General tab of the System Settings.
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