Thanks to Glynnder, 2.0+ users with the Bock eLoader can now run Kriswu's Notepad for PSP! Notepad for PSP is a notepad program based on ema's TTLDE. Kriswu has added a handy Chinese input function into this program. The V2 version is a standard version, while the V3 version supports word-association function. The basics of input are similar to the PSP PowerWord. An email from Glynnder this morning said:
"I had a quick look at whats included in Notepad for PSP v3 FIXED, and realised it was such a simple process to get it working!
All you have to do is edit the system.lua file in the "notepad for PSP" directory, (no %) and remove the system.connectusb bit, and that should get it working on 2.6 without a hitch via eLoader 0.97, one issue tho is you must quite with L R Start, home button doesn't work. Notepad for PSP v3.00 FIXED is basically TTLDE, is based on it, but looks graphically better and is easy to launch form the eLoader menu, I've been wanting an alternavtive Notepad - and here it is!"
Just for 2.0+ users, i have edited system.lua for both the v2 (Standard version) and v3 (Word-association)and repackaged it so all you have to do is download and copy the files over! Thanks again for the tip Glynnder!
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