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Sheet1 Page 1 DSEmu 0.4.10 Err:510 DSEmu is an open source Nintendo DS emulator originally written by Imran Nazar and now maintained by Chris Double. It is incomplete but is able to run many of the homebrew Nintendo DS programs available. It does not run any commercial Nintendo DS games. NOTE: - Workaround for 'console scramble'. There has been an issue since DevkitPro R14 which causes text output using the console output routines to be scrambled. I implemented a workaround in 0.4.6 but it didn't work for homebrew programs built with previous versions. I've been unable to fix the problem so far, so I added a 'Unscramble console text' option in the Options/Configuration menu option. If you run a game and the text appears scrambled, check or uncheck this, and it should correct the problem when you press 'Ok'. New features in 0.4.10 are: - Sprite support fixed. Homebrew demos with sprites should now start to work. - Support for some 8 bit graphics modes with palletes.
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course EE 102 taught by Professor Levan during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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