DSOrganise 3.2 - any way to 'hide' some of it's feature

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by CannonFoddr, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. CannonFoddr
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    OK - silly question

    On DSorganise (3.2) I was wondering if there is any way to prevent certain functions of it from showing on the homescreen(s) - perhaps by editing the config. ini file somehow

    I have no need for things like IRC, Web Browser, Online Homebrew Database (No WiFi @ home you see), so I was wondering is there a way to 'hide' the 2 (& 3rd) page of DSOrganise (the 2nd page also shows 2 'No Entry' icons as well - which I'd like to also get rid of) - perhaps even 'removing' the side arrows on the bottom of the first scree would do

    If not - could anyone suggest Homebrew programs that do similar things as Calender / Todo / File Browser / Contacts and 'Scribble' so then I could set up DSKiosk as a 'program launcher' for these features instead of using DSOrganise

    Many Thanks
     
  2. rockstar99

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    Why not never use the second page?
    Pretend its not there
     
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    You could try deleting the files associated with them.
     
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    Edit the skin to make the icons dissapear and then do what Edge199715 said.
     
  5. Dangy

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    Just put all the icons on the second screen.
     

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