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Old 17th October 2014, 09:15 PM
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Originally Posted by nOkbient View Post
That didn't work though. Instead I got everything but the Song of Time, Healing, and the Oath to Order. I mucked about some more and did a few more experiments. I tried doing it sequentially like this:

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ZS.EXE LEGEND~1.FLA 0 --songs 0000000000000000
PAUSE
ZS.EXE LEGEND~1.FLA 0 --songs 0000000000000001
ZS.EXE LEGEND~1.FLA 0 --songs 0000000000000010
ZS.EXE LEGEND~1.FLA 0 --songs 0000000000010000
ZS.EXE LEGEND~1.FLA 0 --songs 0000000001000000
ZS.EXE LEGEND~1.FLA 0 --songs 0000000010000000
ZS.EXE LEGEND~1.FLA 0 --songs 0000001000000000
But I just ended up with no songs.
Well exactly, that wasn't supposed to give you any songs.
Doing --songs 00000001 or w/e turns off 7 songs, turns on 1.
Then you did something like --songs 00010000 which turns off the 1 you just turned on earlier, turns on another one, with the other 7 still being forced off.
There is no "default" or "neutral" or "leave as-is". If you say 0 you don't know the song; if you say 1 you do.

The rest of the stuff you're observing does sound pretty strange though. I never had any trouble with --songs as it gave me exactly what I wanted whenever I ran it.

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The results were that I had: Epona's Song, the Song of Storms but just the musical note icon (no name or diagram shown for it),
Pretty sure that's Saria's Song you're referring to.
If the icon's there but you can't select it or get the pause screen to show the name, and it's white, it's Saria's Song.

Can't learn it by playing the game obviously, but it's definitely in there.
The other one is the Sun's Song, except the music note icon is golden. Or I have these two backwards.

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But I am seriously thankful for this HatCat, even if you say it's sort of sloppy. It saved me a veritable shit-ton of time and trouble!
It was made when I had a lot less experience with software engineering. Glad it still does the basic job that it should though, because I am way encumbered by projects and interpreter emulation goals to go back to focusing on that little oldie just yet.
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