Win2DS Taking a page off Sintax's original release of Win2DS homebrew application, MonkeyNZ has released an unofficial version of Win2DS v0.8a which adds several new features to enhance the previous version.
The latest release of Win2DS has both the client and server side updated with new code to enhance the speed and quality of the service.
Here's the complete changelog based on the version 8 release of Win2DS:
client - updated code to compile with devkitpro r21 and dswifi 0.3.4
client - optimised wifi code to greatly speed up throughput
client - can move zoom screen with keyboard active
keyboard - exit key now works correctly
keyboard - lower screen updates disabled to enhance keyboard responsiveness
server - mouse control now works perfectly with zoomed screen
server/client - increased accuracy of touch screen aligning with mouse pointer
server - changed scaling algorithm to halftone colors for much higher quality fullscreen image
client - allow touch with the pen in zoom screen to click mouse
client - holding L and using ABXY will now use cursor keys
server - all the different mouse pointers (caret, resize, etc) now display correctly on the DS
For more information you can read the short Readme.txt included in the latest version that you can download from the link we've provided below.
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