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· Hackin 'n Slashin
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Yeah mapping it through Xpadder or another macro program is the only way anyways as the button can't be changed.
 

· Hackin 'n Slashin
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Still the + key, it's up to you to figure out how to press it on your laptop I am afraid.
 

· Hackin 'n Slashin
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lol the + and = grouping is the same on a fullsized keyboard and it counts as the = key primarily, the one you were looking for is the one you just found, usually the numberpad (and other keys which have been omitted from a laptop setup) is indicated by a third set of green letters on the keys and activated by using the function (Fn) key (which also usually appears in green to help you make the association) as you just found out and it was the numberpad + key you were looking for.
 

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Well it's not really a speed button, in other words it's not meant to speed up a game your system is too weak to play normally, it's meant to speed up the game during boring bits, like fast-forwarding through a cut-scene you have already seen on your second playthrough.

And the rest you won't be getting anytime soon...at least not in no$gba, and if you want to throttle Zelda Phantom Hourglass then I suggest you check out DeSmuME cuz if the game is running too fast on your system then you should be able to run DeSmuME and it does have the ability to throttle FPS.
 
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