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#1 Re: Support II (decommissioned) » Need for Speed: Most Wanted » 2011-02-08 21:05:51

Sorry, I didn't realize. That's what I get for using google to try and find the latest version. I just starting using your emulator the weekend before last, I guess I shouldn't have assumed there wouldn't have been a new release since.

Thanks for the information. I'll bookmark your homepage for next time.

#2 Re: Support II (decommissioned) » Need for Speed: Most Wanted » 2011-02-08 19:50:38

According to the status bar, I am using 0.9.6. I thought that was the latest version?

#3 Re: Support II (decommissioned) » Need for Speed: Most Wanted » 2011-02-08 18:00:43

Hmm. I tried that, among a few other things, with no luck. Is there anything else I can try?

#4 Support II (decommissioned) » Need for Speed: Most Wanted » 2011-02-08 17:28:02

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Does anybody else have a problem with this game? All is well until the countdown to start the race, then the whole screen turns blue, usually around 1 second.

#5 Re: General » Using a tablet like bamboo for DeSmuME? » 2011-02-08 04:57:49

Thanks for the reply. That's a shame to hear, because my desktop uses Windows 7. I guess I can always check here periodically to see if you get the chance to do some testing. Hopefully you can get it working some day!

If anybody else has any experience with this, feel free to share.

#6 General » Using a tablet like bamboo for DeSmuME? » 2011-02-08 02:02:06

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First of all, I wanted to say thanks for this great emulator. Keep up the good work!

I injured my wrist a few years back and lost over 90% mobility with it (nearly 100% side to side), so I cannot use a mouse very well anymore. The DS and console systems (as well as PC games with gamepad support) are pretty much all I can play because I am far from ambidextrous. I was wondering if you guys had any input on using a tablet such as a Bamboo for your DS emulator and if it would work or not, because I am thinking of buying one mostly to be used with DeSmuME. The ability to use finger movements would really help me, plus the experience might be more authentic. I don't have very much tech knowledge, and I just wanted to run it by the experts to see if they thought this was feasible. I would just use my touchpad for my laptop, but it's not a powerful enough system to run 3D applications without major slowdown.

What do you guys think? Would this work well with your emulator?

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