Just about every where else on the wiki, things are done differently. If there is conflicting information between the Super Nintendo version and the Game Boy Advance version of A Link to the Past, then the information from the Game Boy Advance version is selected. Why not in this article too?Matt (Talk) 01:47, July 21, 2008 (UTC)
I am playing a link to the past on a gba emulator, because I do not have the game with me currently. I am in the swamp palace and have made it to the first switch to change the water flow, and cannot push it. I hold down the key assigned for the r button, and link just charges instead of grabbing, I walk into the switch for eternity and nothing happens. I have tried it on both sides of the switch but I am unable to move it. Has anyone else experienced this issue? If so, how can I resolve it? Onetime 18:29, 27 January 2013 (UTC)
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- This isn't the place to discuss these matters, but just to clarify how the switches work, you have to push the part of the switch that extends from the object by walking into it. Make sure you're walking into the extended part of the switch only, try from both sides. If it still fails to work, I would suggest that you should use a different emulator or ROM, I did not experience this glitch when I played it on a GBA, but emulators are never perfect and ROMs are sometimes badly dumped. ※Fizzle 18:46, 27 January 2013 (UTC)