Screen Calibrator

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by chaofan, Aug 17, 2007.

  1. chaofan
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    chaofan GBAtemp Regular

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    Is there any program or way to fix screen sensitivity? For games that require precise stylus, my pointer is always centimeters off. What ever can I do?

    I remember hearing a program that could fix it but I forgot where. I also tried the DS' calibration service in Options, but it didn't work.

    Or is my problem a hardware problem?
     
  2. rakker

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    i have the same problem with my old nds lite.

    or someone knows a program let me know it too

    ps. sorry for the bad english i'm a dutch boy [​IMG]
     
  3. rhyguy

    rhyguy GBAtemp Maniac

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    you may have a special type of touch screen that doesnt work with homebrew progs

    no way to fix it, sorry
     
  4. Maikel Steneker

    Maikel Steneker M3 Fanboy

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    I think it's a hardware problem, if the screen calibration in the DS firmware won't work... Try and go back to the shop where you bought it.
     
  5. JacobReaper

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    Spoomo
  6. QuantumFluxx

    QuantumFluxx GBAtemp Regular

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    I can't get DiagnoSe to work on my G6DS Real. I'm using the 2.2 software which supposedly has the appropriate DLDI so I dunno wtf. I start it up and it just says loading forever.
     
  7. .::5pYd3r::.

    .::5pYd3r::. Viva La Pizza

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    DiagnoSe deosn't calibrate your screen it just shows you if you need to calibrate or not
     
  8. outphase

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    While first learning how to code for the DS, I made a simple drawing pencil app. I discovered that if you lightly touch the screen, the touch recognition was completely off. I later discovered this was more likely to occur on early revisions of the DS where it had the "layered" touch screen.