Ok the bot says that the .log citra file is missing. I can’t understand where i must to upload this
In order for us to provide better support, we need to see the log generated by Citra. This guide will walk you through how you can obtain the log file: How to Upload the Log File.
You can find the log file by following this guide: How to Upload the Log File
Then you can upload the file by searching for files on your device using the upload option you can find here:
But the log of Citra or the log of Yuzu? Or both?
You’re asking how to upload a Citra log file, are you not? So you need to upload the Citra log file.
Ok. there is the .log here
citra_log.txt.old.txt (5.4 KB)
citra_log.txt (9.9 KB)
I did not find anything wrong in your log file. Please wait for a moderator to assist.
Ok but… Why i must to wait a moderator?
It’s just the standard response in case it didn’t find anything alarming in your log file (it is programmed to recognise some common issues and provide a fix if possible). So because it didn’t find anything through it’s automated search, it’s saying you’ll need to wait for a human operator to look through your log file to find the issue. As that’s what the log file is for → Troubleshooting.
On that note, is there something with Citra that you need assistence with?
Yes, to connect Citra to Intenet (see my post in Yuzu Support)
Citra, contrary to Yuzu, does actually support limited local multiplayer features. This is limited to features that rely only on the local multiplayer side of things though. ‘‘Connecting to the internet’’ usually means connecting to Nintendo’s servers. That is not supported in Citra.
Local multiplayer: Supported using our multiplayer rooms.
Online (multiplayer): Not supported at all.
That’s Yuzu, not Citra. Open a support topic for Yuzu if you have an emulation related issue with it, if you haven’t already.
I solved this. i need more help in the other post. (This is m post)
Super Mario Maker 2 Crash on a level - Yuzu Support - Citra Community (citra-emu.org)