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== Adding to the list ==
 
 
*The format for adding an entry to the [[#NTSC-U (USA) to PAL|NTSC-U to PAL]] and [[#NTSC-J (Japan) to PAL|NTSC-J to PAL]] lists is as follows:
 
<pre>{{RFEPAL|<number>|<name>|50=<50Hz status>|50note=<50Hz note>|60=<60Hz status>|60note=<60HZ note>|group=<group>}}</pre>
 
:*<code><number></code>: The number of the original ISO as shown in the GBAtemp database.
 
:*<code><name></code>: The name of the game.
 
:*<code><50Hz status></code> (optional): Whether the game works in 50Hz mode or not. Must be either "yes", "no" or "partial".
 
:*<code><50Hz note></code> (optional): Notes about running the game in 50Hz mode.
 
:*<code><60Hz status></code> (optional): Whether the game works in 60Hz or not. Must be either "yes", "no" or "partial".
 
:*<code><60HZ note></code> (optional): Notes about running the game in 60Hz mode.
 
:*<code><group></code> (optional): The scene group that released the original ISO.
 
 
 
*For the [[#NTSC-J (Japan) to NTSC-U (USA)|NTSC-J to NTSC-U]] and [[#PAL to NTSC-U (USA)|PAL to NTSC-U]] lists the format is as follows:
 
:<pre>{{RFE|<number>|<name>|<status>|note=<note>|group=<group>|region=<region>}}</pre>
 
:*<code><number></code>: The number of the original ISO as shown in the GBAtemp database.
 
:*<code><name></code>: The name of the game.
 
:*<code><status></code>: Whether the game works or not. Must be either "yes", "no" or "partial".
 
:*<code><note></code> (optional): Notes.
 
:*<code><group></code> (optional): The scene group that released the original ISO.
 
:*<code><region></code> (optional): For PAL ISOs only - used to differentiate between different language versions of the same game.
 
 
 
When editing the list, be sure to include the group name if using a scene ISO. For PAL consoles, test the game in both 50Hz (576i) and 60Hz (480i) modes if possible (50Hz is the default setting if you're not sure). If a game is only working partially, be sure to include a note to describe what it does. There is no need to add a note if a game is fully working or not working, unless it is something noteworthy. For example, if the game has extra language options (for Japanese games), or if the game doesn't follow the usual behaviour. For non-working games  "usual behaviour" means the game will show in the disc channel but will only go to a black screen when attempting to boot.
 
 
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==
  

Revision as of 18:32, 17 April 2007

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