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When you want to source Mii imagery from a user, you use a mixture of JavaScript and the miip protocol. This is useful for identifying various users to send letters to, with all of its 64x64px action.

var mii = new wiiMii();


Method Documentation
mii.getMiiNum() Returns the amount of Miis this console has. Will not exceed 100.
mii.isValidIcon(num) Returns a boolean if the Mii at number num exists. This is helpful when looping to access via index from 100.
mii.getMiiName(num) Returns a string with the Mii at num’s name.


You have two ways of accessing Miis: via an index (IDX), or using the Mii’s console ID (CID).

Regardless of what method, the miip:// protocol accepts a basic format:


You need to set a few params in order to use such a URL.

Method IDX

Nintendo imposed a max of 100 Miis. Because of this, you can simply iterate an array from 0-99 and call wiiMii#isValidIcon(num) to verify it’s valid.

For example, to show the images of all valid Miis and log names using the functions above:

var mii = new wiiMii();
trace("Amount of Miis on console: " + mii.getMiiNum());
for (var i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
	if (!mii.isValidIcon(i)) {
		trace("Mii #" + i + " is not a valid Mii.");
	} else {
		trace("The Mii at index " + i + " has the name of " + mii.getMiiName(i) + ".");
		// Append a new image element for all Miis with a yellow background.
		var elem = document.createElement('img');
		elem.src = "miip://IDX/" + i + ".bmp?width=48&height=48&bgR=255&bgG=205&bgB=0";


Method CID