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|description=An application for stargazers.
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DS Star Chart is an application for stargazers. The program displays the location of stars and can output the coordinates for telescopes.  
 
DS Star Chart is an application for stargazers. The program displays the location of stars and can output the coordinates for telescopes.  
  
 
==Installation==
 
==Installation==
#Download and extract file
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Download and extract file.
#[http://chishm.drunkencoders.com/DLDI/ DLDI patch] .nds file and copy it to the root directory of the card
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[[DLDI|DLDI]] patch .nds file and copy it to the root directory of the card.
  
 
==User guide==
 
==User guide==
The app will ask you your latitude and longitude. Then the app will ask your time zone relative to GMT, if you don't know look it up.  
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The application will ask you your latitude and longitude. Then it will ask your time zone relative to GMT (if you don't know look it up).
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Then it will show the main menu and ready to start.
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You may see a red star and this is your test point. Once you moved your test point the TEST-DEC and TEST-RA will be shown on the screen.
  
Then it will show the main menu, and ready to start.
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This is the DEC and RA coordinates that can be put in an equatorial telescope. The Azimuth and Altitude will be displayed if you just moved your test point.
  
You may see a red star -- this is your test point. Once you moved your test point the TEST--DEC and TEST--RA will be shown on the screen.
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'''Note:''' The Select button will not lock the test point.
  
This is the DEC and RA coordinates that can be put in an equatorial telescope.
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==Controls==
:The Azimuth and Altitude will be displayed if you just moved your test point.
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A - Confirm
:Note: SELECT will not lock the test point.
 
  
==Control==
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Up/Down - Select latitude and longitude
A - confirm
 
  
Up/Down - select latitude and longitude
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D-Pad - Show stars
  
D-pad - show stars
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A/B/X/Y or Stylus - Test
  
ABXY or Stylus - test
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R - Bring garbled images
  
R - brings garbled images
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==Screenshots==
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https://dlhb.gamebrew.org/dshomebrew/dsstarchart.gif
  
 
==Compatibility==
 
==Compatibility==
Tested on: Supercard DSTwo  
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Tested on:  
:AceKard 2i
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Supercard DSTwo <br>
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AceKard 2i <br>
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==External links==
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* PAlib - http://www.palib-dev.com/forum/index.php/topic,1240.0.html
  
[[Category:Homebrew applications]]
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[[Category:DS homebrew applications]]
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[[Category:Other DS applications]]

Latest revision as of 05:51, 31 October 2021

DS Star Chart
Dsstarchart.png
General
Authorpokeball29
Last Updated2011/04/28
TypeOther Apps
Version270411
LicenseMixed
Links
Download
Website

DS Star Chart is an application for stargazers. The program displays the location of stars and can output the coordinates for telescopes.

Installation

Download and extract file.

DLDI patch .nds file and copy it to the root directory of the card.

User guide

The application will ask you your latitude and longitude. Then it will ask your time zone relative to GMT (if you don't know look it up).

Then it will show the main menu and ready to start.

You may see a red star and this is your test point. Once you moved your test point the TEST-DEC and TEST-RA will be shown on the screen.

This is the DEC and RA coordinates that can be put in an equatorial telescope. The Azimuth and Altitude will be displayed if you just moved your test point.

Note: The Select button will not lock the test point.

Controls

A - Confirm

Up/Down - Select latitude and longitude

D-Pad - Show stars

A/B/X/Y or Stylus - Test

R - Bring garbled images

Screenshots

dsstarchart.gif

Compatibility

Tested on:

Supercard DSTwo
AceKard 2i

External links