3DText help!

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by ander, Jan 29, 2016.

  1. ander
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    Hi, I installed 3DText on my Homebrew, because I ABSOLUTELY need to read txt files. But, I was wondering...
    1) Is there a way to make the read file longer? Because the 3DS screen displays something like 28 lines... And if the file is longer, it only displays the final 28. Can I move into the text so that I can read a longer one?
    2) Is it possible to load more than one txt file? Because I tried to insert a second file, but 3DText displayed only the default one. No menu in which I can choose which file load.

    Is there a way to solve this problems? Thanks!
     
  2. Rinnegatamante

    Rinnegatamante GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Use ORGANIZ3D: http://gbatemp.net/threads/release-organiz3d-filebrowser-for-3ds.377783/
     
  3. ander
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    Wow, this seems awesome! Thanks!
    But, how do I install it? By putting ORGANIZ3D files in the /3ds folder?
    Also, where do I place txt files?

    EDIT: Wait, but you are italian! Me too! Ciao :3
     
    Last edited by ander, Jan 30, 2016
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  5. Rinnegatamante

    Rinnegatamante GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Then use 3DText instead of it :D
     
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    The problem is?
     
  7. Mnecraft368

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    I dont have a reason to read txt files. I will use

    (drumroll)
    NOTEPAD!!!!
    for pc only

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  8. muskieratboi

    muskieratboi Rydian's got some competition!

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    OP... Exactly what sequence of events has led you to believe that reading text files on a 320/400x240 screen is the best course of action for you?