DSOrganize Download contains all the necessary files to run on the NDS (any flashcart). This MUST be installed in the root of your memory stick/flashcart for it to properly work.
DragonMinded has released a new version of DSOrganize fixing many bugs from the previous v1.80. DSOrganize contains simple PDA-like applications allowing you to keep track of your daily plans and contacts. DSOrganize also features various input methods such as a touch-enabled keyboard or a letter recognizer (graffiti-type input). DragonMinded has stated that this input method is not 100% complete. Also, with the v1.90 release, you still have to place the game in your root directory for this to work, but DragonMinded is working on a fix for this. Your NDS will soon be able to replace your precious PDA's with DSOrganize for organization, the upcoming Opera browser, and the NDS games for gaming! The new features/changes in this version include:
* Changed INI keynames to bold black, items to blue, like html syntax highliting * Made browser take off .sc for .sc.nds files on top screen. * Fixed text overflowing bug in browser display top screen. * Fixed text overflow bug and shortening bug in todo, address and scribble applications. * Fixed edit calendar date bug. * Fixed the crashes when turning the screen off or on. * Fixed graphics corruption when lid was down and songs changed. * Fixed cursor glitch on all text input fields with only one line where cursor dropped down. * Changed new/rename file screen to be three lines instead of one, for long files. * Fixed memory bug in calculator. * Fixed keys being rather nonresponsive under mp3/ogg playback. * Added confirm delete option to scribble pad, todo, and addressbook. * Added text/html viewer, with up to 10 bookmarks per file. * Fixed potential cursor disappearing bug on the browser screen. * Fixed html viewer so if HTML tag is not found, that it still allows for rendering.
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pSPC First off, we'd like to thank Karasu for giving us a heads up on this news bit