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Thread: NDS: DSOrganize 2.7 Alpha released with Web Browser functionality!

                  
   
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    Default NDS: DSOrganize 2.7 Alpha released with Web Browser functionality!

    New release from DragonMinded. Aside from the web browsers ported for DSLinux, this marks the first homebrew web browser that has the ability to actually go online. DragonMinded has stated that this is just an alpha version to keep us busy until he adds more features.

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    From His blog:

    Well, most of you have seen . You know what's in this release. This is a very dirty release, so use it at your own risk. The only files provided are the updated executable and a fixed resource0.bin. You must have the install files from 2.6 or 2.61 to use this, or unexpected things may happen. Grab the alpha from my site here. Enjoy the first working homebrew browser for the Nintendo DS!

    What works:
    - Normal HTML rendering
    - Clicking links
    - Server redirects
    - Forward/Back history
    - Basic caching

    What doesn't:
    - Cookies
    - Forms
    - Images
    - Meta Tags
    - Javascript and CSS

    Download and Give Feedback Via Comments

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    Sweet I'm downloading as we speak

    :Edit:

    Works pretty nice, hope to see Javascript and CSS later then images..or maybe...oh heck i dunno

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    i wish my GBAMPv2 would hurry up
    I don't go on here much anymore. Find me on GBAtemp.


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    Lol This works so freakin' amazing. The Funny thing is, all these Projects running around trying to make a ds homebrew browser, with all kinds of release dates and promisies and wtf, and then our dragonminded just pops up and goes, HEY! Browser! Fetch! and leaves, haha So damn funny, and so damn good! Keep up the work, ure one of the best ^^

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    Aww, how sweet...

    Okiwi, and now DSOrganize...

    RIGHT WHEN MY F*CKING M3 CF'S SRAM ISN'T CONNECTING (Dissappearing Icons) AND DLDI DOESN'T WORK WITH THE CF VERSION.

    I shoulda bought the supercard...

    Maybe now, if I can get an M3 Refund.

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    So, it does support DLDI.

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    Yeah ! working great with R4DS ! thanks !

    can't wait for image support and java script

    Dsorganize beat Okiwi LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hombrew Hunter View Post
    Aww, how sweet...

    Okiwi, and now DSOrganize...

    RIGHT WHEN MY F*CKING M3 CF'S SRAM ISN'T CONNECTING (Dissappearing Icons) AND DLDI DOESN'T WORK WITH THE CF VERSION.

    I shoulda bought the supercard...

    Maybe now, if I can get an M3 Refund.
    Try using the GBAMP CF DLDI, and that sucks >.<

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    Maybe it's a stupid question, (my first time using an online homebrew game/program) but can I actually go online using the Nintendo WiFi USB Connector? It's doesn't get past "associating...".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spitfire128 View Post
    Maybe it's a stupid question, (my first time using an online homebrew game/program) but can I actually go online using the Nintendo WiFi USB Connector? It's doesn't get past "associating...".
    Yes, it is possible, but you need cracked buffalo drivers and ASUS utilities. More information http://forum.gbadev.org/viewtopic.php?t=7564&start=0

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