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    Idea How do i open a Cemu game from a C# script?

    I'm trying to open a Cemu game (TLoZ: Wind Waker) from a C# script. But I can't get it to work, it only opens Cemu but doesn't load the game in.

    Process.Start($"<path to cemu>\Cemu.exe", "<path to rpx file>";

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    You need to create a bat file.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nerglej View Post
    I'm trying to open a Cemu game (TLoZ: Wind Waker) from a C# script. But I can't get it to work, it only opens Cemu but doesn't load the game in.

    Process.Start($"<path to cemu>\Cemu.exe", "<path to rpx file>";

    I have a code for it, i will have to get it for you - I have it to where it loads straight into a game. but it still closes back into the emulator, I'm working on that part now. Would like for me to post the code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerglej View Post
    Process.Start($"<path to cemu>\Cemu.exe", "<path to rpx file>";
    It probably needs the "-g". Run "Cemu.exe -help" in a cmd.exe to see most options.
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    Loading straight in to the game and exit.

    I use Mamewah as my frontend you have more control. i put on here a .txt file if it does not show up copy and paste then name the txt file to a bat file. I just discovered the new cemu 15 will now let you exit out the whole game and dos window with alt-F4.

    Here is my Bat.

    @echo off


    start "" "C:\All Multi-Gaming system\Xpadder\Xpadder [5.7].exe" "C:\All Multi-Gaming system\Xpadder\NFL Blitz 2003.xpadderprofile



    "C:\All Multi-Gaming system\Wii U-1\cemu.exe" -g "C:\All Multi-Gaming system\Wii U-1\WiiU Games\Super Mario 3D World\WUP-P-ARDE\data\code\redcarpet.rpx" -f"
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