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    Cool Button Logger v1.0

    MSX one of our forum members has released a new app for the PSP made via Lua, heres what he says:

    I've been coding and testing all night in Lua, and I've come up with something that's somewhat useful, well, I guess not useful, but this is my first PSP app .

    Basically this will output whichever button you press to the PSP screen, except for Home, Vol +/-, Display Brightness, and the Musical Note buttons. It isn't too hard, but if you put too much power into it, you can turn the PSP off instead of turning Hold off (if you press it to show the output on the screen).

    You can go into and out of USB mode while still in this program. Read the readme to see the controls for clearing the screen, starting USB mode, and exiting USB mode.

    I think that covers it...hopefully I'll release a more advanced game soon

    Download for yourself from here --> http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=9224

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    Thanks for reporting the news wraggster .

    I just added a screenshot feature and uploaded a screenshot to the original post.

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    excellent

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    thats pretty good! im impressed!

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    isn't it a bit... useless? :P
    but it's fun, u can see if someone pressed XXX on purpose :P

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    Shiaoran: Yeah, it's not very useful, but it's a good starting point for someone that's getting into Lua programming...almost all of the buttons are used, so you can check the source and see how they were used to output text.

    I'll release a commented source tonight or tomorrow.

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    are there any sites with free lua games we could try and port to PSP ?

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    I'll look around wraggster, and start trying to port some!

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    you have a shiny new PSP coder badge now

    btw we have a private dev forum below for coders

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    sorry, I didn't knew you were new ^^

    I must congrat you and wish you a great future as a coder ^^

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