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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Nopain, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. Nopain
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    is there a way to rotate no$gba becoz Brain Age - Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! is a nightmare to play i tried other emus but dont seam to work has good has no$gba and am new to all emu's so any info would be greatfull
     
  2. tenchan4

    tenchan4 GBAtemp Regular

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    turn your screen on its side [​IMG]

    sorry, I can't help. I use a flashcart [​IMG]
     
  3. bobrules

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    You can try a program that will rotate your whole screen.
     
  4. MaHe

    MaHe one lazy schmo

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    That doesn't help as the mouse pointer will still function like it normally would ...
     
  5. rhyguy

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    Some graphics/video cards allow a setting that changes the whole screen on the side, as well as the mouse movement

    depending what card you have, if you resart, there may be something in the system tray that has options

    or press alt ctrl right and try
     
  6. Scorpei

    Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    Please properly adjust your topic title. Damn just change it to something that reflects your question. As for your question I wouldn't have a clue. Rotating a single app seems like something no app (that is available) can do.
     
  7. Nintendo Maniac

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    Expanding on this, you can usually find settings in the "Display" options in the "control panel". The control panel is in the start menu under settings. (this is when using the classic view if you're using XP)

    In the display settings, under the "settings" tab, click the "advanced" button. There might be a setting somewhere in there. Sometimes there will be another button to bring up a second set of special options for your graphics card.