DSOrganize 2.7 released

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Apr 27, 2007

DSOrganize 2.7 released by shaunj66 at 3:28 PM (5,417 Views / 0 Likes) 31 replies

  1. shaunj66
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    DSOrganize 2.7 released

    Large change list








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    DragonMinded has released version 2.7 of the popular DSOrganize homebrew. Lot's of fixes in this release! Here's the full change list:
    [​IMG] Download DSOrganize 2.7
    [​IMG] Home page


     


  2. spokenrope

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    Man. I'd love to be able to use my DS as an organizer. If nothing else, it'd give me an excuse to have it with me through the work day.

    Too bad my girlfriend always wants to play it while I'm away at work. Looks like I know what I'm getting her for Christmas...

    Edit: Does that say, "Welcome, GW Bush"?:

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  3. [M]artin

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    A GIFTCARD!

    But seriously, I hate those things.

    - Nice to see Dragonminded alive and well within the DSHomebrew Scene!
     
  4. Whiternoise

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    Ace news [​IMG]

    Thanks for the heads up!
     
  5. mrbass

    Member mrbass GBAtemp Regular

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    Can DSOrganize 2.7 play mp3s recursively? I like lmp-ng (iPod clone) for this reason alone. I know moonshell can't thus why I don't use it.
     
  6. Verocity

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    Last time I checked Moonshell does play MP3's so does DSOrganize.

    I haven't checked the browser on this new version of DSO yet because I need to find an access point (im at school).
     
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    Just use the word "repeatedly" so us dimwits can figure out what you're talking about without looking at www.dictionary.com.

    -stonefry
     
  8. mrbass

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    recursively means subdirectories. I keep all my mp3s by genre and then artists. So for moonshell if I wanted to play mp3s I had to throw all of them into one single directory. With lmp-ng I can have them in subdirectories (keeping the mp3s in their respective artists dir).
     
  9. rpgragnarok

    Newcomer rpgragnarok Newbie

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    hey , its my 1st time using the dsorganize , and im having trouble typing using the dsorganize's keyboard , as it seems that if i don't tap on the letter i want , hard enough, it will select other letter , as if my touch screen is off , but i've already recalibrated my touch screen , and its is very accurate , except with dsorganize , so i was wondering if it happens to the rest of you guys
     
  10. paolo90

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    Does it still corrupt SD Cards? Does anybody have an idea?
     
  11. fischju_original

    Banned fischju_original I used to be a jerk before i got banned

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    press it for longer, you get used to it
     
  12. falcon64z8

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    Thats what I wanted to know.
     
  13. pasc

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    BEST EASTEREGG EVER ! Like completing a cool game ^^.

    just edit the content of the SOUND.dat to a ? and then press start after rebooting DSO.
     
  14. Modrak

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    what ?
     
  15. bobrules

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    nah DS organize doesn't crash cards.
     
  16. bladetears

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    I can't wait to test out the new version!
     
  17. chuckstudios

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    The Dualis emulator automatically inserts a user name of G.W. Bush.
     
  18. Maktub

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    Well, the web browser works great [​IMG] Image support (which is unlikely to happen, but anyway) and it'd be a pretty good browser.

    But hey, anyone having problems with mp3? I can't play long/big sized ones since it will freeze. Then also it gets frozen after some time even though you don't play any big sized file... Too bad because the quality has improved pretty much (this is very possibly the reason why this happens, I guess... I hope the fix it in incoming versions, this is just a beta). Well, anyone having this problem with the sound playing? I use eziv lite compact. Thanks.
     
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  20. Maktub

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    Hah, just tried... very cool! How'd you discover such thing?

    BTW: I was checking again about my problem two posts up there and found that the problem is not with large files or long songs... seems like it's just with certain songs. I wonder if it has something to do with rates, codecs or things like that. My comp plays them perfectly. And the thing with freezing randomly after a time still happens... Not so bad though, cause it takes some time for it to freeze (about 10 minutes) but it can be annoying sometimes... GREAT APP anyway!!!!
     

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