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i can't enter gameshark codes into my VBA!!

for instance, i get the master code of a game:

927FA5231A28
D72E8E635D2E
BF3C8707DA2E

and my VBA says:

invalid GSA code. Format is XXXXXXXXYYYYYYYY
 

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In the 'Add' button group, click on the GameShark button instead. 'Code' and 'Gameshark' buttons are 2 different things ;)
 

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this was the Gameshark master code from gaeshark.com

927FA5231A28
D72E8E635D2E
BF3C8707DA2E

it has 12 chars per line..

but VBA wants XXXXXXXXYYYYYYYY 16 chars per line for the correct format.. hmm?
 

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Kirby said:
I can add those codes just fine.....which version of VBA are you using?
i was using VBA v6 then but i kinda figured it was a bug..

many many thanks anyway! it wouldn't have had crossed my mind if it wasn't for you ^_^
 

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Versions prior to 1.7 didn't support the new GS code format. You could however enter them in older versions of VBA as codebreaker codes (you may have to put a space between the 8th and 9th characters to make them work).
 
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