Womp. The database was corrupted and I had to use a backup from 2018 (in 2021). Sorry for any data loss. A server update also broke a bunch of the site (I've got it mostly working, but some things may still be busted). Another unrelated server update also busted the way my wii homebrew connected to the site (so none of them can go online anymore and they may never change). Have I mentioned that I've had problems with this cheap web host?
You can check out whatever new projects I have in the works over on twitter at @BoringDevKate.
Comment posted by lyzysyvs at 2014-06-29 20:53:37 (8 years ago)
I read in a forum post that there are over 11,000 posts in the Wii Chatter history. I understand the need to limiting the number of posts automatically viewable in the app but I am wondering if there is a way to view any of the previous posts online or otherwise. I have looked at the app listing here and for information elsewhere but I cannot find a way. If there is a way to do this and it is publicly posted, I have missed it and please accept my apologies for needing you help in finding it. If there is anyway possible to view these posts, I would greatly appreciate any assistance anyone might offer in doing so. Thank you for your help!
Comment posted by lyzysyvs at 2014-07-09 00:51:04 (8 years ago)
I am still interested in being able to view the previous posts in the Wii Chatter history either online or otherwise. If anyone has any information that may assist me in this, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you for your help.
Comment posted by ThatOtherPerson at 2014-08-19 17:30:16 (8 years ago)
there are currently 220194 wii chatter comments. It wouldn't be very browsable.
Comment posted by ApexRose at 2014-08-19 22:18:51 (8 years ago)
Yup totally agreed with that ^__^
Comment posted by lyzysyvs at 2014-09-13 02:36:20 (8 years ago)
Thank you ThatOtherPerson for the reply! It maybe not too convenient but it would be an otherwise interesting way to idle away one's time. Would you consider making such available? Version 0.4 might include paging as one possible solution. Here's another thought, especially affecting browsability: why not collapse the consecutive identical posts into a single post with a count showing the number of collapsed posts? Just a thought....
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