Really? There are none?

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Sep 30, 2009

Really? There are none? by italianmod at 2:23 PM (1,368 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. italianmod
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    Is it just me or are there no good .txt editors out there? I've looked high and low and I've found a few but they don't work. I know that DS Organize has one, but because of the touch screen issue I don't want to use it; its annoying to have to turn off my wifi every time I would want to use DS Organize. I know this has been asked a million times all over the internet, but perhaps I've overlooked something. Any help?
     
  2. azure0wind

    Member azure0wind 7 years flew so fast.

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    err.... i don't think so? [​IMG] sorry [​IMG]
     
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    i found about 2 or 3, but they just let you type, they won't save or do anything else, they are really bad
     
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    It's something the DS is seriously lacking in.
    Insulting even since we even have MSN and IRC clients that are great.

    The closest thing to good I've found is a korean keyboard homebrew that just copies the iPhone keyboard. It does english characters fine though.
     
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    do you have a link to it so i can check it out?
     
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    In DSOrganize, in the file browser, you can rename a .txt file to .ini Then you can edit the .ini, save it, and when you're done, rename it back to a .txt
     
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    worDS is actually pretty good, only if it could let me save it wherever i wanted, but i guess i can't be picky, thanks danweb
     
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    your welcome, glad i could help [​IMG]
     
  10. RupeeClock

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    That's not a text editor by definition, it's actually a word processor because of all the formatting.

    Just a basic text editor, strings of text and nothing else, would be really helpful on the DS.
     
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    There is also the obvious fact that Word DS edits .html files whereas pure text editors edit .txt files specifically. A text editor is a homebrew that I'd rather like to see.
     
  12. FencingFoxFTW

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    tried Txt writer?I (Ihavent lol)
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    http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthread.php?t=17663
    also, I think one of those Windows XP looking apps had one, but I dont remember wich one
     

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