You are currently ranked #1 on the wiki being way in the lead against others by around 300 points. I'm here to congratulate you and say thanks for adding all of the pictures to the pages to help make our wiki better. You are one of the reasons I believe the achievement system is working as it seems to have made you more active to add pages to articles and we need that.
So thank you and I hope to see more out of you in the future.
I have to agree, you really can find pictures for the wiki. Especially the Screen KO page. I been trying to look for some but then you swooped in and did it all (not all the pictures). I really appreciate your help. Hey!!! Anytime I can't find pictures for a certain article, I'll come to you!!!
Why not try using widescreen hack on your dolphin emulator and set the ratio in the graphics configuration to "Force 4:3" for Brawl for full-screen output on wii with more top and bottom added and "Force 16:9" for Melee for widescreen output with more left and right output, retake the screenshots you took and reupload them in those formats like I'm using them in. They'll be better for other visitors to look at them with better output.
It's the widescreen hack option used in dolphin emulator designed to make the game have more display unlike stretching. The widescreen 16:9 adds more left and right (HOR+) on Gamecube and 4:3 games and for the 16:9 wii games with aspect ratio option set to "Force 4:3", it adds more top and bottom (Vert+). The reason I'm requesting Yorky97 to use these on his emulator and upload them so that way the Brawl images have more top and bottom on 4:3 and the Melee on Gamecube has 16:9 widescreen display.
The widescreen hack is what you need to use for more display on games. Also, how are you having trouble opening the game. Why not try Brawl first by checking the "widescreen hack" box and change the ratio from Auto or Force 16:9 to Force 4:3 for Brawl.
Did you try Brawl? Try getting a Dolphin emulator that's in this version "3.5" or something like that. Newer builds like the 4.0 won't capture screenshots unless they figure out how to fix that and for the game, Try googling "Super Smash Bros. Melee emuparadise" and click on the link "Super Smash Brothers Melee ISO < GCN ISOs | Emuparadise" in the google search results, delete your old file, download the SSBM gcm file which is zipped in rar file which you may have to extract using WinRar and open the file up in Dolphin emulator. Hopefully, that will work for you.
Well, they can be either 16:9 or 4:3 for those games. I noticed some of those images are wider than 16:9 where it can only appear on the both ratios based on TV. Maybe, it must have been like a camera that takes photos in panoramic format. Maybe 16:9 should be the limit for Melee and Brawl screencaps, but Brawl can have 4:3 format with extra top and bottom as long as it's not so tall.
Your welcome. Be sure to try the configuration images I provided for you to follow so that Brawl has extra vertical and Melee has more horizontal while you emulate those games. Be sure to replace your old ones with the new ones. Here's an example that Brawl can have full-screen like this:
That's because it's an open matte screen. Some people may like full-screen and some don't like it like that. It's people's preference if they like it like that or if they perfer their's to be cropped for their websites. I upload photos like that because full-screen has more top and bottom unlike widescreen and for Gamecube games, the screen is only limited while 4:3 so they should be in 16:9 for a better display if it uses Horizontal+.
Now that you're doing the Melee ones, could you also do the Brawl screen KOs in "Force 4:3" using widescreen hack please? Also, don't change the aspect ratio to 4:3 in the config menu, use the graphics menu instead.
That's added via a template – specifically, the Mario Smash template. As to how it works and how to implement it on another wiki...well, that's significantly more complicated, as it looks like it is dependent on the Navbox template, which was clearly designed by someone very knowledgeable in MediaWiki coding. I could take a crack at it if you'd like, though I can't really promise anything (I'm really just learning when it comes to the more technical stuff).