Issue: cant play in multiplayer
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- Operating System: Windows 8.1 Pro
- CPU: i3-4160 3.60GHz
- GPU: Intel® HD Graphics 4400
- Citra Version (found in title bar): Citra Canary 1377
- Game: Pokemon Ultra Sun
- Screenshot of Issue (include the full Citra window including titlebar):
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It’s empty if you try to open it while Citra is open.
Have the log folder opened, open Citra and search for the public rooms, close Citra and upload the log file. Don’t reopen Citra as that would clear the log.
citra_log.txt (462.6 KB)
I cant find any rooms its blank
Make sure you did Step 1 correctly from the link. Right now you have set the log filter to
*:Critical you need to set it to
Do that then generate a new log.
System Information for Support
Client Version Canary 1377 HEAD-38c81eb
OpenGL Vendor Intel
OpenGL Renderer Intel(R) HD Graphics 4400
OpenGL Version 3.3.0
Enable Hardware Renderer [x]
Enable Hardware Shader [ ]
Hardware Shader, Accurate Multiplication [x]
Hardware Shader, Geometry Shaders [x]
Enable Shader JIT [x]
System Region 2
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Hm, can you open
qt-config.ini and scroll down to
[WebService] and double check it says:
i really find it irritating that i have to do all this to play multiplayer on citra.
No, you usually dont have to do this.
Are you sure, that your firewall isnt causing this problem ?
It looks the same like when I used to block outgoing traffic on Citra. Try do create a new rule if your Firewall is causing this issue.
I checked the log and that line is there also the firewall
I cant even verify my account
Sound like a annoying problem.
Lets try this -> AppData\Roaming\citra\config and delete qt-config.ini.
The problem with reinstalling Citra, is that the normal Windows Uninstaller wont delete all files, and especially not the AppData files.
By manually deleting it, it creates just the config file.
Thats the last thing which comes to my mind and I hope it helps.
Ok I’ll try turning my firewall off, also I’m having a problem with yuzu crashing when I open up let’s go Pikachu, I’ve followed all the tutorials on that subject but no solutions yet, any advice would be greatly appreciated.
you dont shes just having problems
have you tried downloading the other version of Citra so if you’re using canary use nightly and vice-versa
I have both nightly and canary, I’m gonna try again later hopefully I get it working so I can try and get a charmander for omega ruby
lets go pikachu is for swich not 3ds
I know that but I had asked 2 questions originally, first ? Was how to connect to internet on Citra emulator, that was answered. 2nd ? Was that I couldn’t get let’s go Pikachu to work but figured out why.