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Txtwriter

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Txtwriter
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General
Author(s)(Organically by Alan Gerow) Sektor
TypeUtilities
Version0.3.2
LicenceMixed
Links
Download
Website
Source
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TxtWriter is a text writing program. Using the virtual keyboard, you can type out a message that can then be saved to a CF card in a device such as the GBAMP. Button assignments for shift, backspace, space, and return make typing a little easier and are paralleled on both sides for left- and right-handed people.

You choose your own filename for the text files, but it only saves it to a folder named "TXT" in the root directory. There is also a 256 line limit for text files.

V0.3 sports a redesigned interface along with intra-document editing, allowing you to move around within the text file to make changes. Dialog boxes have been added to aid in user input options and alerts

Installation

  1. Download and extract file.
  2. Copy TxtWriter.nds to your CF card along with TXT folder if there isn't already one on your CF card.

Controls

UP /X - Shift

LEFT /Y - Backspace

RIGHT/A - Space

DOWN /B - Return

L SHLDR - Save

R SHLDR -- Open

SELECT - Clear

F1 - Save

F2 - Open

CLOSE - Clear

Changelog

v0.3.2 (January 14, 2007)

v0.3.1 (March 20, 2006)

  • Fixed graphic corruption problem on M3 (run ds.gba version, splash screen is white for some reason)
  • Updated FAT library to gba_nds_fat_2006-03-03 (should support more devices now)

v0.3 (November 11, 2005)

  • text console background
  • new font
  • new extended keyboard
  • key highlighting
  • home/end/pgup/pgdn & arrow keys navigate text
  • cursor
  • dialog boxes
  • F-keys for openning & saving files.
  • Clear button
  • internal editing

v0.2.1 (November 6, 2005)

  • fixed delete menu display bug
  • should now work with M3

v0.2 (November 6, 2005)

  • file browser
  • open text files
  • edit text files
  • delete text files
  • overwrite confirmation
  • scrolling files over 23 lines long
  • word wrapping

v0.1 (November 2, 2005) Initial Release:

  • virtual keyboard
  • button assistance
  • save to CF card
  • choose filename

Credits

Chishm, Headspin, El Hobito