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    Wii Thrive On Cold Winter blueprint's Avatar
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    thanks for this. has been bookmarked
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    Give your wii a memorable email address:

    1) Open up a gmail account (for example: Gilswii@gmail.com)
    2) Send an email from your wii to the gmail account
    3) When you receive the email in gmail, reply to it to confirm the account
    4) Make a note of the "from" address. This is your wii's unique email address
    5) In gmail settings, enable POP forwarding
    6) Set up a filter to forward all email sent to the email address (for example: Gilswii@gmail.com) to your wii's email address that you made a note of in step 4.

    Et voilla! Just give people the gmail address, and every email they send you will appear on your Wii!
    Wii on the simexchange!

    -No External Links

    Link removed by a nazi moderator who obviously believes it more important to act in a complete denial and pretend that wiichat is the only Wii site out there, rather than allow the dissemination of beneficial information to all Wii owners.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vagrant
    But withotu dong so

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    Wow!! thank you for the info thisisgil!!

    Will try this!
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    I can't get #4 to work properly. The console light will only pulsate blue until I switch it on. Even if I don't read the message and turn the console off, the light doesn't come on until I get another new message.

    Also, #29 is a mystery to me since I've never heard it chirp either.

    Any reason why these could be so? I'm using V2.0E on my Wii. Whilst I'm posting anyway, feel free to add me to your Wii friends. Just let me know somehow...
    Last edited by Ki-Saro; 12-14-2006 at 09:12 AM.
    -Kev

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    Message me if you add me...

    Wii Name: Mentok
    Wii #: 3357-7987-3467-9829


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    Quote Originally Posted by vizionblind
    #34 from zorilla. Press down on the conrol pad while watchng a video to change the voices, if you change the mood on a video the sounds will be affected too!!
    Its with double r its ZORRILLA

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    I'm not sure if this'll go here, and some of these are kinda obvious but:

    Wii Sports - Baseball, Pitching.

    1. When pitching, if you hold down the A button and throw the ball, you can flick your wrist clockwise-anticlockwise to put a screwball onto the throw.

    2. If you hold the D-Pad in any direction when throwing the ball, you 'lean' the throw in that direction.

    3. There's a different effect I can't remember at the moment, but holding the B button while pitching alters your throw further.

    4. If you're throwing the ball, sometimes when you use the above methods, either individually or combined, the ball might tap the floor before it reaches the batter or catcher, in which case the term "Ball" will appear on screen and you need to pitch again.

    ^ Those could probably all fit into one # though.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cyan Winters
    If your friends don't have their own Wii, what kind of friends are they?
    http://www.gabbly.com/wiichat.com <-live chat with WiiChat users

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisisgil
    Give your wii a memorable email address:

    1) Open up a gmail account (for example: Gilswii@gmail.com)
    2) Send an email from your wii to the gmail account
    3) When you receive the email in gmail, reply to it to confirm the account
    4) Make a note of the "from" address. This is your wii's unique email address
    5) In gmail settings, enable POP forwarding
    6) Set up a filter to forward all email sent to the email address (for example: Gilswii@gmail.com) to your wii's email address that you made a note of in step 4.

    Et voilla! Just give people the gmail address, and every email they send you will appear on your Wii!
    You know, I tried to sign up with gmail, but they haven't sent me the text invitation code... and all I can seem to do is request another invitation code or swim through the help center which as usual is a complete waste of time.

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    Nevermind, I used my girlfriend's cellphone...

    Hey if anyone feels like e-mailing me, wiihelp@gmail.com

    Thanks for the suggestion Gil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisisgil
    Give your wii a memorable email address:

    1) Open up a gmail account (for example: Gilswii@gmail.com)
    2) Send an email from your wii to the gmail account
    3) When you receive the email in gmail, reply to it to confirm the account
    4) Make a note of the "from" address. This is your wii's unique email address
    5) In gmail settings, enable POP forwarding
    6) Set up a filter to forward all email sent to the email address (for example: Gilswii@gmail.com) to your wii's email address that you made a note of in step 4.

    Et voilla! Just give people the gmail address, and every email they send you will appear on your Wii!
    But will the spam still ONLY go to the gmail spam filter? or will that get through too?... Cos, i get rather a few embarresing spam messages


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlightedArt
    I'm not sure if this'll go here, and some of these are kinda obvious but:

    Wii Sports - Baseball, Pitching.

    1. When pitching, if you hold down the A button and throw the ball, you can flick your wrist clockwise-anticlockwise to put a screwball onto the throw.

    2. If you hold the D-Pad in any direction when throwing the ball, you 'lean' the throw in that direction.

    3. There's a different effect I can't remember at the moment, but holding the B button while pitching alters your throw further.

    4. If you're throwing the ball, sometimes when you use the above methods, either individually or combined, the ball might tap the floor before it reaches the batter or catcher, in which case the term "Ball" will appear on screen and you need to pitch again.

    ^ Those could probably all fit into one # though.

    Well done you stated exactly what it says when you first play.

    Good god.

    About the Ball thing, Ball appears if the pitcher does a bad throw and the hitter lets it past.

    Those are just common sense, not tips AT ALL.

    Trading my Wii again! Come on home 360!
    Games: Metroid Prime 3, Super Paper Mario, Ghost Squad, Link's Crossbow Training + Wii Zapper, Geometry Wars, Battalion Wars 2


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