| Progress Continues
We've already had 7088 updates since Dolphin 5.0. Keep up with Dolphin's continuing progress through the Dolphin Blog. This month we catch up on the February and March Progress Report we missed providing last month.
| The Dolphin Emulator Wiki needs your help!
Dolphin can play thousands of games, and changes are happening all the time. Help us keep up! Join in and help us make this the best resource for Dolphin.
If you need help about a specific game, just go to that game page and look there. If you need additional help, ask on the forums, where our friendly forum members will happily work with you to help solve your problem.
- Bluetooth Passthrough
- Configuring Controllers
- How to use the Official GameCube Controller Adapter for Wii U in Dolphin
- Stereoscopic 3D Setup
- USB Passthrough
- Virtual SD Card Guide
- Wii Remote Plus (RVL-CNT-01-TR) Connection Guide
Command Line Options
Dolphin includes a variety of command line options that may be useful for scripts, development, or debugging. Basic help and usage for them can be shown by running "Dolphin --help". The options are as follows:
-h, --help Show this help message -d, --debugger Opens the debugger -l, --logger Opens the logger -e, --exec=<str> Loads a specific game file (ELF, DOL, GCM, ISO, WBFS, CISO, GCZ, WAD) -b, --batch Exit Dolphin with emulator -c, --confirm Set "Confirm on Stop". -v, --video_backend=<str> Specifies a video backend to use, D3D or OGL. -a, --audio_emulation=<str> Specified the type of audio to use, HLE or LLE. -m, --movie=<str> Plays a movie file -u, --user=<str> Specifies a path to the user directory -C, --config=<System>.<Section>.<Key>=<Value> Set a configuration option.
A shortcut file on Windows can be customized with command line arguments to a specific Dolphin build. First create a shortcut to the executable of the Dolphin build desired, then open the shortcut's properties and edit the target field. After the path to dolphin, add an argument like --logger, then save. Using --logger as an example, the shortcut will then launch the Dolphin with its logger window opened. The -u option will override the portable.txt file. The --help option is a CLI message, only command line window can view it.
Dolphin will check if that file exists in the same directory, then it will not use the default user directory; instead, it will create a \User\ folder in the same directory as the executable.
- Blank Game Page - A template for making new pages
- MediaWiki User's Guide Guides for formatting and advanced wiki functions
- Project:Community portal
- Wiki Conventions - How we do things on the Dolphin wiki
- Extension documentation for the various extensions usable on the wiki