g6/m3 real GUI doublebuffering?

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by Roman_42, Dec 28, 2007.

  1. Roman_42

    Roman_42 Advanced Member

    Dec 26, 2007
    Gambia, The
    I've notived that the G6 developers are reading here, so I've decided to post a wish: [​IMG]

    I really like my m3real, but I can't understand why the GUI doesn't have doublebuffering. Without doublebuffering even the nicest skin will look and feel like crap. The whole software looks and feels like a rookie's homebrew app and since the M3 software basically is my new DS OS which I see every time I turn on my former perfectly sexy Nintendo DS I'm very annoyed of it.

    Please add the 6 lines of code for doublebuffering. It will make the M3 software look and feel so much more professional. And we need a better font. The font in the English version is simply unbelievable, it's the ugliest font ever used for anything, the font in the German version is better but still ugly.

    EDIT: And another thing:
    Please give the M3real and the loading screen on the system startup a white background to avoid this ugly white flash after turning on the system.

    Right now we turn on the system, have a black M3real logo, than a white flash and than a black loading screen. If the m3real and the loading screen had a white background we wouldn't have the ugly white flash on the system startup.
  2. iceedge

    iceedge Advanced Member

    Jul 21, 2007
    United States
    and about the startup, i heard there's supposed to be an option to boot to the normal nds screen instead of booting straight to the m3 gui but there's only one choice for that option: No. Is it because it hasn't been developed yet or is it a bug in my system files?
  3. OSW

    OSW Wii King

    Former Staff
    Oct 30, 2006
    could be a hardware limitation.... i'd like to hear more info from g6 about this too.
  4. amptor

    amptor Banned

    May 2, 2003
    United States
    why not email them also?
  5. c2ironfist

    c2ironfist GBAtemp Fan

    Nov 27, 2007
    posting to keep updated.

    Slow GUI is a problem for me... hope that gets fixed in the next firmware.
    If the speed is too much of a problem to speed up, could there be an implementation of the old M3 Simply GUI format?
    That was really easy to use and quick as well.

    I'd like the M3 DS Real to be up to par or beyond what the M3 Simply had to offer

    I own three of each of these cards, I bought them believing that the team would give it their best.
  6. c2ironfist

    c2ironfist GBAtemp Fan

    Nov 27, 2007