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  1. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    Tested 1.2.0 version on a 12.0.0/0.19.0 about hour in Dolphin/RPCS3 - work properly. You use Find Host PC feature or by manually add ip address? Also PC and Switch should be in same WiFi network (if you have two diapason WiFi network, 2.4/5GHz for example, and PC connected to 2.4 and Switch to...
  2. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    Not tested (I'm on a 11.0.1/0.18.1). On the weekend I will try to update all and check compatibility (maybe needs update libnx and some others 3rd-party libraries).
  3. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    Hi! I updated moonlight-common-c for GFE 3.22 support and made a new release (but I can't upload binary to github because always got 'Something went really wrong, and we can’t process that file.' error, will try upload tomorrow. Anyway you can download new binary from attachment or github...
  4. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    I already made this changes, but not did release new version (I also want to fix audio bug when go to home menu and back to app, and maybe some else). You can download latest GitHub build from here (require github login). Scroll with two fingers should work in latest 1.1.0 version, but I don't...
  5. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    You needs to open new "Input Settings" screen by pressing gamepad icon on a main screen. Then switch A/B buttons. Please note - if you run any game before, settings for this game was saved, so needs select this game on a "App list" screen with a Dpad, press Y button and tap "Undo" button for...
  6. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    Yep, recvmsg/sendmsg and recvfrom/sendto from libnx (for receive/send messages from sockets) works only on a 7.0.0+. And no any replacement for this functional... Hm.. Another clients (for Android/iOS/PC) work properly or has this issue too?
  7. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    You can add this game (or MS Store app) manually by press "Add" button here:
  8. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    Check this issue on a GitHub. I'll try to setup WOL on my PC again (previously it's not works...). Implement and test this feature without enabled WOL on PC will be very hard.
  9. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    New update 1.1.0 here. Changelog: Fix "Gray screen" issue; Fix incorrect mouse movements; Working scroll in UI and on a streaming PC (just scroll with two fingers); Add combo for Guide button (default is Minus+Plus); Customizable button mapping and combo keys for each game; Allow to close...
  10. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    Oh, I don't tested this build on a Switch, will check that soon :wacko:
  11. rock88

    Homebrew Suggestion Command & Conquer code have been released by EA — Switch port?..

    Just relax and wait for this guys to porting all WIN32 related parts to a SDL2 :D
  12. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    No big updates yet for new release, so I did setup GitHub Actions CI for build Moonlight for each commit. Now you can download latest 'nightly' builds from here. Just select latest build, link - for example, and download build artifacts (for link work/appear needs login on a github).
  13. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    By default (with new mouse input mode) cursor at once moved to a tap area and mouse did left click. For right click do it with pressed R or ZR button. Scroll currently not supported, needs add some gestures for fingers action, like a scroll with two fingers/tap with two fingers for right...
  14. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    @Maotelus logs from this screen not displayed completely, please attach log.txt file from a sdcard/switch/moonlight or send me in PM.
  15. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    Can you press ZL+ZR+Left (for show decoder and video stats), take a screenshot and post here? Maybe, but I can't enable this feature on my PC :rofl: I'm on a 10.0.2 with latest atmo, and I don't use emunand - all ok. I don't know what could be in your case... Moonlight-NX should run without...
  16. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    New update here. Changelog: UI and gamepad input improvements; Resize screen support (for dock mode); New logger with write to file feature (enable in Settings, also you can view logs on a new Logs screen); New mouse input mode - click by tap (also moved cursor to tap position, enable in...
  17. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    GTA5 also bad work for me if set resolution higher that a stream resolution (but RDR2 work fine in 4K). With new "Streaming Optimal Playable Settings" feature games should starting in stream resolution. Check that, and if it is wrong, just change resolution in game settings.
  18. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    Oh, I did not do a release to HB AppStore, folder should be just 'moonlight', not a 'moonlight-nx'.
  19. rock88

    Homebrew RELEASE Moonlight-NX - Nvidia Game Stream client

    Moonlight should save certs (for connect to PC over https) somewhere on sdcard... So sdcard://switch/moonlight is best place for this. You can copy moonlight.nro to this folder for moonlight folder don't appear in hbmenu.
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