slow-motion?

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  1. gameguy95
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    sorry if i sound like a noob, but how do i use slow-motion on my M3i Zero with Sakura 1.41X 2nd Edition?

    thanks for your help [​IMG]
     
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    Well, don't worry about it LOL, you choose the game you want to use slow motion on and you slide it with the stylus to the left, this is going to create a save file, in the "Soft-Reset / Real-Time Save Switch" menu you select one of the two SR options(SR:LR+ABX or SR: LR+ABY) and then, more options are going to appear in the lower part of the screen, there you select which Slow-Motion setting you want to use( L+Select or R+Select) and the Slow-Motion Level and the only thing left is click ok and your're ready to go. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    so it needs to be set on Soft Reset? Can't use it with RTS? That needs to be fixed!!
     
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    I just have my friend tap the start button repeatedly when I play games. Hes faster than Takahashi Meijin.
     
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    Yeah, right, I don't know why you can't but when you choose any of the two RTS options the Slow-Motion Menu disappears. No idea maybe they can't be together and just need some kind of fix before being able to use them.
     
  7. Matt140

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    Probably due to memory constraints (if thats how it works?)