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#1 2021-02-25 10:23:36

MrUks
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Registered: 2021-02-25
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DeSmuME time keeps using windows time

Hi,

I've been using DeSmuME for a while, but lately I've started streaming it and found a problem I can't seem to set up.
So the problem is as follows: I stream with obs late in the day and want to catch daytime pokémon. I've searched everywhere and keep stumbeling on the fact that I need to change the system time. This works, but I can't do that as obs starts acting funky when I do. So I thought... If I could start it as a real ds, I could change the time. I've found how to set up bios and stuff, sadly I can't change the time as it always reverts to my windows system time.

So TL;DR: I need DeSmuME to run a different clock than windows system time. Is there a plugin or lua script that would allow me to do this or even just a way to change it in the bios file?
Thank you in advance.

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#2 2021-02-25 19:02:35

zeromus
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Registered: 2009-01-05
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Re: DeSmuME time keeps using windows time

If you "record a movie" (a TAS replay) you can set the RTC that way. You could also hack the code. I'd say you would have a challenging time changing it through lua, but in general it is a thing that emulator+lua could manage. There are no plugins of any kind for desmume, and there is no way to change it in the bios file.

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#3 2023-05-11 10:00:59

oikbeaver
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Registered: 2023-05-11
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Re: DeSmuME time keeps using windows time

zeromus wrote:

If you "record a movie" (a TAS replay) you can set the RTC that way. You could also hack the code. I'd say you would have a challenging time changing it through lua, but in general it is a thing that emulator+lua could manage. There are no plugins of any kind for desmume, and there is no way to change it in the bios file.

Many thanks, It's helpful for me.

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