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Posted on 09-06-21 06:36 PM, in The World Ends With You can't get past the beginning Link | #4419
Hm. Hopefully this can still be fixed without cache emulation, then.

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Posted on 09-07-21 07:11 PM, in Ps4 controller support Link | #4422
There shouldn't be any issue connecting any xinput controller, I think.

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Posted on 09-11-21 02:24 PM, in List of DS emulators Link | #4454
Only with Medusa, which is already in the first post.

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Posted on 09-18-21 01:26 AM, in Framerate Options? Link | #4488
Unlocked framerate shouldn't cause any sort of stability issues, though inconsistent framerates are to be expected since it's basically constantly running the game as fast as your PC can.

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Posted on 09-20-21 01:22 AM, in Framerate Options? Link | #4494
If Dragon Quest is unplayable at 60fps then it's unplayable on a real DS which I find quite concerning.,

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Posted on 09-29-21 01:36 AM, in How to speed up the rom being played in melonds. Link | #4515
the tab key

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Posted on 10-06-21 04:15 PM, in Emulated local communication between two different PC's Link | #4537
You can use hamachi or whatever else. Won't work very well, though. WFC is far more stable.

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Posted on 10-06-21 09:53 PM, in Emulated local communication between two different PC's Link | #4549
Posted by PHOXY
Both these options sound like they will make a private alternative to Wiimmfi. As stated before, my friend cant seem to connect to any alternative online server. Though I appreciate the input. I will definitely save these options for when they come in handy.

That is not the case. It allows you to use local multiplayer emulation over the internet.

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Posted on 10-11-21 10:12 PM, in Question about mod support (rev. 2 of 10-11-21 10:12 PM) Link | #4570
A layered-fs like thing for DS games would make modding a bit more convenient but it doesn't exist with any emulator or tool that I know of. Would something like that even work on flashcarts? If not, then there's not much point in trying to implement something like that, imo. Even then, most editors edit the ROM directly and patches are all just xdelta (or sometimes bps) patches.

I'm really not familiar with Pokémon hacking, but generic DS file browsers/editors do exist, like the previously mentioned (very old) NitroExplorer, Every File Explorer and Tinke. I remember them using SDK formats (NSBMD, NCGR, etc.) so those tools will probably be able to edit a lot of the files. It's a mess, though. A lot of the files are unnamed and tucked away in NARC archives, so it's a pain to find what you want.
Music is just a regular old SDAT, so Nitro Studio would be the tool to use for that. Be warned though, since I've heard that Pokémon games are particularly finicky with SDAT edits. People in the ndspy server were saying that it stops working if you change anything, for some reason. Weird stuff.

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Posted on 10-12-21 07:02 PM, in Question about mod support Link | #4576
Posted by PHOXY
I have done some research on Tinke. It is the better file explorer, exporter and importer for NDS files. However, it requires manual compilation.

Er, no it doesn't. The official Github repository has release builds.

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Posted on 10-20-21 04:06 AM, in Weird thing happens when using high resolution with sd gundam brave battle warriors Link | #4603
There isn't.

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Posted on 10-26-21 02:33 AM, in Cheats in melonDS Link | #4627
yeah cheats were added in 0.9 which released in september 2020

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Posted on 11-10-21 09:08 PM, in Weird thing happens when using high resolution with sd gundam brave battle warriors Link | #4702
HD display capture has definitely been a highly requested feature since 0.8 released, though it's been mentioned in blog posts multiple times (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).

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Posted on 11-28-21 01:04 AM, in I'm very dumb. How do I install and play ROMs? Link | #4776
said rules only mention links to warez

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Posted on 01-07-22 09:16 PM, in ROM loading overhaul Link | #4903
Half a month late to seeing this, but here's what I think:
Posted by Arisotura
maybe 'Open ROM'/'Open ROM inside archive' can be merged together. the file picker would show zips/etc alongside regular ROMs, and then it's easy to figure out if the user selected an archive file.

Yeah, I definitely think Open ROM should be merged with Open ROM inside archive. Just feels bloated, otherwise.
Posted by Arisotura
* add options to load a ROM and do nothing else, simulating a cartridge being inserted in an already running DS (cart hotswapping is supported on DSi, and I want to support that)

as well as ejecting the current cart.

(should these add to the recent ROMs list?)

An option to simply load a ROM could be implemented with a "Load ROM" or "Insert Cartridge" option. If a ROM is loaded, the option would be replaced (if that's possible) with an "Eject Cartridge" option. You can't insert a cartridge if there's already one inserted and you can't eject a cartridge if there's none inserted, so that makes the most sense. You could then just run the ROM through a "Run" option in the System menu, like in old melonDS versions. I definitely think they should be added to the recent ROMs list. You could maybe only add it if the ROM actually gets launched (so loading the ROM without using the "Run" option or selecting it in the DS/DSi menu wouldn't add it), but I think that would just add more confusion/complexity.
Posted by Arisotura
* add similar options for GBA ROMs (as well as another for selecting a possible add-on cart).

GBA ROMs as currently supported in melonDS (as in, can't actually run them) aren't used commonly enough to be present alongside the DS ROM options, IMO. I believe it'd be best to add a "Slot-2" drop down menu in the "Emu settings" DS-mode tab (since it obviously doesn't apply to DSi-mode). The drop down menu would offer an option for every supported slot-2 accessory, as well as a "Game cartridge" option. If picked, the option would enable a "Browse..." option right next to the drop down menu with which the user could select a GBA ROM.

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Posted on 10-06-22 06:16 PM, in blog comment count discrepancy Link | #5572
Minor issue I noticed on the blog, the latest entry is currently listed has having 35 comments on the home page, but clicking on it to read the comments reveals that there are only 15 of them.

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