How to disable scaling on nesds

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  1. WooHyun
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    Hi, I own a DS Lite with a flashcart to run homebrew emulators, and I found out nesds runs good, even better than similar apps for my O3DS, and decided to play some games on it.
    The problem is that while the emulator seems to support display scale configuration, I don't understand how it works. What do the eight hexadecimal numbers mean, and how do I set it to the original 224x256 resolution, no scaling, and just cropping out top/bottom?
     
  2. Gericom

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    You can alter the scale by using the stylus on the bottom screen.
     
  3. WooHyun
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    I know, but I don't know exactly how it works.
     
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    While you move your stylus you'll immediately see the effect. You don't have to look at the numbers.
     
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    Oh, I see. Left and Right is scale and Up and Down is move the screen. I took a hard time understanding it because my touch screen has touch misplacement(? what do I call this in english...). Thanks.
     
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    Did you try calibrating your screen in the ds menu? (when you have no card in it and you boot it up)
     
  7. WooHyun
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    I did. But somehow it just repeats ordering me touch the point on the screen and never proceeds to save the changes. Not really big error so I just left it.