Is there any homebrew

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Synt4x3rror, Jun 13, 2010.

  1. Synt4x3rror
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    Synt4x3rror Advanced Member

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    That can read, edit and most importantly CREATE text files?

    I need something like that for on-the-go writing, it could be really useful to use to go shopping (like creating a grocery list and whatnot)

    anyway, is there any homebrew that can do this? and thanks in advance [​IMG]
     
  2. jurassicplayer

    jurassicplayer Completionist Themer

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    DSOrganize can do that as well as Moonshell2.
    Moonshell2's takes a little bit of setup beforehand, just putting a text file renamed to "[generic text editor name]._te" in a place where you want all of your text files to pop up and editing that file whenever you need to make a text file and then just have moonshell2 save it as a different file). The [generic text editor name]._te also has to have a character (in my case, I use a text file that has one space and renamed that).
    As for other homebrew...at the moment I can't think of any, although I'm guessing Stormwave might make TextDS2 support creating and editing text.
     
  3. Synt4x3rror
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    Synt4x3rror Advanced Member

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    Oh ok, thanks for the info.


    It would be a good addition to his homebrew app, lets ope it happens [​IMG]
     
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    download colors! ds homebrew
    it is a fantastic paint program and i use it all the time to write things down, I am a lyricist and write most of my songs on it, you can write out a whole page, then scribble over with a colour and write a whole new page of lyrics and repeat...
    the reason this works is you can press START and the PLAY button will play everything you have written/drawn, exactly as you wrote/drew it as an animation!
    it is amazingly useful.
    and brilliant.

    hope this is helpful to you.
     
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    jurassicplayer Completionist Themer

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    I thought colors! had a recording limit...but that sounds like a good idea anyways (dunno if that is what he needs, but meh I might one to try that one day).
     
  6. Synt4x3rror
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    Synt4x3rror Advanced Member

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    I already have dsnotes, it's what I'm currently using to go shopping [​IMG]

    but I figured a text file would be better because I can see more stuff in less space


    (a drawing takes more space than characters, obviously)