Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

SoxHeero

Members+
  • Content Count

    4
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About SoxHeero

  • Rank
    Newbie Poster
  1. There's no updated when there's one needed, and sadly no one can use it with the new Nintendo DS Lite. Is it discontinued? This project was a great experience for myself and other people.. Replaced with a DS Lite, some people are expected to move on with this great project out. DS Lite owners can not experience the DS2Key's power unless the WiFi lib is compiled for the DS Lite. If this could be simply "recompiled", than the project will be "complete". DS2Key offered alot, even configuring your own keys by simply replacing values. Yes, you can customize your own keys and it would be registered. This project offered the experience of "feeling the purchase of a real wireless game pad" with just the DS. Saving 40$ or so to not buy a real game pad, it offered the touchscreen to move the mouse as an analog. Hardly any posts from 2 years ago, and googling DS2Key that offers a very old version left me in despair! Not really, it's not that much of a big deal, but it's just simpler to say behind all this sarcasm that this was a great project and shouldn't be easily discontinued. Btw, DS2Win has offered the game pad functions. The early versions faced the same problems because of the WiFi hardware on the DS lite. However, since the DS2Win(Originally Win2DS) has been re-continued by supporters, the DS2Win still doesn't deliver the great functions of the DS2Key. I can assume that the project was long discontinued and also assuming many people would help bring back DSPad, if they had the source code to recompile the WiFi lib.
  2. I hope you have an old Nintendo DS btw, most DS lights won't work -- sadly. I got it working before though, but I'm not using my old DS anymore because I lost the charger. But anyways, forward your ports like it asked you too. (Google it - on how to forward ports). It's vital to know your Computer's IP on lan to forward your ports and to connect to it using DS2Key. Try hitting your windows button (next to ctrl) - hit R ( for run ) - then press enter and try to see the last number of the first IP. After port forwarding, run the server and run through your computer's IP on Lan and there you go.
  3. Yeah I did, and I found out how to remap the keys. Cool, got AIM? Oh and btw, I want to find out if there's key values to joypad keys instead of the keyboard keys.
  4. Okay, so the DS2Key maps it to actual letters and through the numpad. Is it possible to work as a normal joypad with actual joypad keys being hit instead of the keyboard? I use pinnacle game profiler (19.99!, Great deal if you own a 360/ps2 controller that connects to your computer!) which allows normal joypad keys to be mapped into the mouse, or the keyboard keys. But if the joypad is already mapped to keys, it almost makes pinnacle game profiler useless. I want to put it to use and it'd be easier to map keys as it's really organized. Also, it doesn't intervine with my normal keyboard setup for games if you're actually able to map the joypad key into letters. Is there a setup or anything easily editable config file to where the DS maps the keys and all you do is just change the value of the key thats being mapped or something? However, not much games accept joypad keys to be used such as maplestory and it gets annoying if you would have to change your keys to abyx instead of using pinnacle's software to map your joypad keys that can map to any letter, allowing you to leave the normal keys alone.
×
×
  • Create New...