Textreader

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Feb 1, 2007

Textreader by Sparkle at 8:34 PM (1,060 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. Sparkle
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    I´m searching for a verry plain/default textreader for the Nintendo DS. Just one who can read TXT files and most preferable on both screens.

    Yet im not searching for DS organizer or Moonshell, i know those 2 can read text files.

    I used google and browsed various ds homebrew site's and just couldn't find anything!
    any rood recomandations?? thx [​IMG]
     
  2. Sparkle
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    nobody?
     
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    buy a gba sp and get makebook/bookreader its by far the BEST solution EVER to read ebooks on the go or in bed....! it even remembers where u were last when you just switch off the gba! no need to save or anythn
     
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    Why don't you just use Moonshell? It has word wrap and dual-screen viewing now. It can also bookmark where you leave off in the text file.
     
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    use DSOrganize or Moonshell they both do a great job on reading txt files

    to read txts using DSOrganize use the file browers and browse
    where you saved the txt files. oh yea it also reads html files [​IMG]
     
  6. DrunKBunny

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    I'm currently using moonshell right now and I really like the interface, however I have the latest stable release that says text wrap was added but it doesn't seem to work... I can't find any text wrap option anywhere so I'm assuming its supposed to do so automatically but currently its not working... this is using plain .txt files.
     
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    thx guys for the info, since there arn't any other textreaders, i will use moonshell!
     
  8. Little

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    What we need is like a text writer. Basically a word processor, that could save text files to the SD card or something. Would something like that work, that would be neat =D COuld make quick notes and stuff.
     

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