Good DS Text Editor?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Dangy, Apr 21, 2010.

Apr 21, 2010

Good DS Text Editor? by Dangy at 2:55 AM (2,899 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. Dangy
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    Member Dangy Twisting Your Mind & Smashing Your Dreams

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    I need a good text editor, best suggestion gets 42 cookies.
     
  2. BoxShot

    Member BoxShot Chiyo-chan :3

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    Moonshell2 can edit txt files. [​IMG]
     
  3. twiztidsinz

    Member twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan

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    Non-UTF8/16: DSOrganize built in
    UTF8/16: Moonshell2's Text Edit
     
  4. Dangy
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    Member Dangy Twisting Your Mind & Smashing Your Dreams

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    Thanks for the suggestions, but both of those have extremely slow keyboards... =/
     
  5. 25FF

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    Moonshell2's handwriting recognition is fast enough for me. (Training it takes a long time, though.)
     
  6. House Spider

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    I believe there is a cursor bug in DSO 3.2, so if you're using DSO, let it be 3.1129.
     
  7. Dangy
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    Member Dangy Twisting Your Mind & Smashing Your Dreams

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    I've been using the Birthday Ed., but it's still really slow. I guess I'll just have to cope.
     
  8. DanTheManMS

    Member DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    I used DSLinux for typing some stuff up, nice and responsive keyboard. Shame that vi and nano are so hard to use though.
     
  9. Xenon++

    Member Xenon++ Taiju Yamada

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    You should remember only esc, i, and ":wq" for daily use of DSLinux vi.

    In fact I use WinSCP and gedit for development although I develop on Linux.
     

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