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    noob question

    i just want to know wat does the middle button do on the classic controller
    thanks

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    I would tell you except... I don't have a classic controller and I have no idea.

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    wow...thanks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazyperson555
    I would tell you except... I don't have a classic controller and I have no idea.
    Why would you even post in this thread then if you were no help to him, are you just trying to rack up posts???

    To answer your question, well I'm pretty sure you're not talking about the home button, so I'm gonna hafta assume you're talking about that little clicky-thing at the top of the controller near the shoulder buttons. If you look at the back of the controller when you click that top middle button, some of the "apparatus" shifts. I think that's for attachments that you buy (for now only 3rd party) to attach the Wii remote to the classic controller so it doesn't dangle when you use it to play VC games.
    I hope that helped.
    Got my Wii on a Friday the 13th.

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    [QUOTE=friedriceballer]Why would you even post in this thread then if you were no help to him, are you just trying to rack up posts???QUOTE]

    Idk i was bored.

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    Woah, you joined in December and have 14 posts...wow!

    I think I heard that new gen classics do not have this button. this might be completely false though....:/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brawny
    Woah, you joined in December and have 14 posts...wow!

    I think I heard that new gen classics do not have this button. this might be completely false though....:/
    I have an awnser to this but it's to long to type again so read this.

    http://www.wiichat.com/lounge/29292-...-retrival.html

    wait nevermind u alrdy did.
    Last edited by lazyperson555; 06-09-2007 at 12:34 PM.

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    thanks for the info and ya..i only posted 14 times.... lol i sometimes foget to go to this forum

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    i got good news people...

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