A music playing program

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Jan 16, 2008

A music playing program by Icegoten at 4:21 AM (1,522 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Icegoten
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    Im looking for a program that is able to play songs but you can still control it like skipping to the next song by pressing the L or R button while the DS is closed.

    I have IpodDS and it can skip to the next song when I press R but when that song is finished or I try to skip to the next one it stops working and freezes up my DS.

    On Moonshell it only works when the DS is open.

    So is there another program that plays music and can skip to the next song when the DS is closed by pressing the L or R button?
     
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    I think you can customize the buttons through a config file / options in the moonshell program that modify the config file via a GUI... I might be wrong.
     
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    In Moonshell, with the lid closed hold L and tap R to go to the next song, or hold R and tap L to pause the song. This is done to prevent accidental button presses while the DS is in your pocket. LMP-ng (the iPod clone) also uses this button configuration.

    DSOrganize can playback music with L and R controlling forward/back. Only a single button tap is needed even if the lid is closed. You can also disable the shoulder buttons entirely.
     
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    LMP uses L and R for volume adjust. B is play and pause, A is next song and Y is previous song and X is back, exactly like the iPod wheel.
     
  5. Icegoten
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    Oh ok thanks [​IMG]
     
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    With the lid open, yes. With the lid closed, L and R act to pause and advance to the next track. Really, when the lid is open L and R act sorta like Up and Down on autofire. Useful for scrolling through a large list of songs or advancing to a certain part of a long audio track (after pressing Right first to switch from "volume change" mode to "seek track" mode).
     
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    I didn't even know that. Until now, I didn't know why whenever I bumped my pocket my music would just stop. But at least it isn't as sensitive as Moonshell, which pauses like if you just barely touch the buttons.
     

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