Tools wstrt can swap slots for traditional distributions with 32 tracks. Options --tracks list and --arenas list do it. Examples with test output to verify it:
wstrt tracks --tracks 51,41,31 wstrt tracks --tracks 51=84,83,82,81,11=21,22,23
-T --tracks tracks Define a new track order. A comma separated list in the format [a=]b or a:=b is expected. 'a' and 'b' are track names or slot numbers. 'a' is the destination slot and 'b' the assigned track. If 'a' is omitted, the next slot is used; this means [a=]b,c,d is possible. Tracks will only be exchanged so that always all tracks are assigned. But if using ':=' the new slots are assigned without exchanging and the old values are lost.
Same for arenas: wstrt arenas --arenas xxxx
The strap for it was encoded for the wrong region, so it blackscreens when VP v1 is booting. Not sure for NTSC-J, but I know PAL works fine. Plan to fix it, but I'll have that for tomorrow since I need the CT-CODE TXT. --Unsigned comment by FancyDoesCustomTracks (talk).
- I've redone the strap file but I think it was the main.dol so I've sent in the discord HP's main.dol. Bladestorm227 (talk) 09:16, 9 September 2018 (UTC)
Abuse your regions
The Google Drive link was extremely slow to download for me, so I reuploaded it to my own server and added an alternative download link. Hope you don't mind! If you let me know when a new version is available, I can update my copy of it. Daniel (talk) 04:46, 15 March 2019 (UTC)