Issue: I start my citra app and suddenly, it only shows the terminal page. I’ve started it once and run it and it went smoothly. But I opened it the second time and I’m only stuck at the terminal page. This is what it shows
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Yes, but also include citra version (e.g: Nightly 950) and OS version (e.g: Mac OS High Sierra10.13.6)
Mine is MacOS Sierra version 10.12.6 but idk what is my citra version. I just downloaded the nightly version right from the website
try to reboot and reinstall.
I’ve uninstalled it and redownloaded it multiple times but its still the same though
Try manual download, just extract to any folder and open citra-qt.
The same thing, this terminal window came up
Aha OK I figured it out myself. Basically how you do it is by going to Finder, and go to ~/.config (this can be done by pressing command shift g and pasting ~/.config) and edit the qt config file to not do a deep scan of the games directory. If you can’t edit it, change the extension to .txt and then edit it. Make sure to edit it back to .ini afterwards. Find the deep scan setting and change it to false. It should now work.
Okay, I’m in the text file, but how do i edit it to not let it do a deep scan of the games directory? What do i change in the file? Thank you!
huh, i never messed with this option, there is a deepscan setting, it seems to be one per rom folder. do the following, delete any line with:
deep_scan\default=false on it (the whole line)
Set any line with
deep_scan=false. (only change true to false)
There, I’ve located the parts with the deep scan and made the changes accordingly. Though, when I open the Citra app, the same thing happens again. Thanks for your help so far though!
huh, just to make sure that deep_scan isn’t the issue here, and you’ve said yourself that citra ran once, close citra, delete this qt-config.ini file (backup if you need it) and open citra again.
I’ve deleted the file and opened citra again. Still no changes :[
Wait for a mod to verify this issue further.
Alright. Thanks so much for your help so far. I really appreciate it
Have a good day
I’m having the same issue. I downloaded Citra Nightly a couple days ago and it was running fine until I updated Citra today when I was prompted. I uninstalled all Citra and redownloaded, also tried installing and running Citra Canary. Still stuck at the terminal page.
OS: MacOS Sierra 10.12.6
CPU: 2.7 GHz Intel Core i5
GPU: Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536 MB
Citra Version: Latest update of Citra Nightly and Citra Canary
@Farrannosaurus do you remember which build it used to work or which citra updated and stopped working?