After the canary update, I can no longer find Citra. Whenever I open the citra app it shows the message “Windows is searching for citra-qt.exe” It seems as if it had been removed from my laptop but the app can still be seen on my window task bar.
- Operating System:
- Citra Version (found in title bar): 18??
- Game: Pokemon X
- Screenshot of Issue (include the full Citra window including titlebar):
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Hi, yes this seems to have been introduced in the latest update, the devs have been made aware. In order to fix it for now, follow these steps:
Try to launch citra through the start menu. That should make you get the pop-up:
Browse.... A search window will open up, however: Windows may already find the issue and try to fix it itself --> You’ll get a pop-up called
Problem with Shortcut. In which case you can simply press
Fix it and it will automatically fix the issue.
If this doesn’t apply to you, continue to step 3.
%localappdata%/citra/canary into the address bar and press
Enter if you’re trying to launch Citra Canary.
%localappdata%/citra/nightly into the adress bar and press
Enter if you’re tring to launch Citra Nightly.
Now select the
citra-qt.exe file and you’re done!
This is from a old school emulator user don’t mind me