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Which of the DS emulators allow you to switch to a single DS screen, or dual screen mode?

I had one that did it last year but lost it and can not recall the name of the one I had....

I just might be confused with a GBA emulator and game but I thought I'd ask anyway. :eyemove:
 

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There is no DS emulator that does that but as far as I remember both the myZoom and NOZ addons for no$gba allow that.
 

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Well that's a very subjective question so I guess you best check it out for yourself, they are tiny so it's not like it will cost you a lot of bandwidth or HDD space. I also can't remember if it's either one or the other as I don't really use those features and just tend to use myZoom most of the time zoomed to fullscreen but with the screens as they were just bigger now.

Edit: Hmm I guess it would be myZoom, can't remember if NOZ has all the same features.
NOZ does have an interesting feature though where one screen is zoomed, but the other is left as is, so you still have both screens, but only the important is fully zoomed in...not really controllable via keyboard buttons though...
 

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Well that's a very subjective question so I guess you best check it out for yourself, they are tiny so it's not like it will cost you a lot of bandwidth or HDD space. I also can't remember if it's either one or the other as I don't really use those features and just tend to use myZoom most of the time zoomed to fullscreen but with the screens as they were just bigger now.
Ah ok found the threads to them.

Now for another noob question, can you transfer saves between a M3real and nocash?

I'd like not to lose save/time .... I really wish the damn thing(NDS) would plug into the TV like the PSP >>
 

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Not sure.

no$gba uses it's own compression on saves but by editing the no$gba.ini (only created once you save no$gba's options) line "SAV/SNA File Format == Compressed" to "SAV/SNA File Format == Raw" the saves created by no$gba should be transferable to the M3.

Not sure about from M3 back though, because if it does it's own special little thing to the saves then they won't be transferable back to no$gba.

Well they might be but only if you use this site...still can't say if it will work though...
Savegames Converter website


Yeah it would be nice to plug the DS into the TV, but depending on what TV you have the image might end up quite terrible when stretched/squashed to the resolution of the TV, at least on PC (with an emulator) you still have more control over the size of the screens and can apply filters to them.
 

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Not sure.

no$gba uses it's own compression on saves but by editing the no$gba.ini (only created once you save no$gba's options) line "SAV/SNA File Format == Compressed" to "SAV/SNA File Format == Raw" the saves created by no$gba should be transferable to the M3.

Not sure about from M3 back though, because if it does it's own special little thing to the saves then they won't be transferable back to no$gba.

Well they might be but only if you use this site...still can't say if it will work though...
Savegames Converter website
Well its something to try, going to get a 16GB micro SD card so I can have a MP3/video player thing going on as well as have a few games on hand.

Thanks for the info! =^^=
 

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Well its something to try, going to get a 16GB micro SD card so I can have a MP3/video player thing going on as well as have a few games on hand.

Thanks for the info! =^^=
Glad I could help :)
 
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