- 4 zoom levels - Large map resolution: 192 x 192 to 1024 x 1024 pixels
- Scroll the map => Stylus or Pad - Zoom "+" => "Plus" icons, or Space between the two "Plus" icons, or Zoom indicators top, or "R" button, or "X" button - Zoom "-" => "Minus" icons, or Space between the two "Minus" icons, or Zoom indicators bottom, or "L" button, or "B" button - Setting distance between the two screens (screen space) => "Black box" icon, or "SELECT" button (not available in the lowest zoom level) - Show credits => "?" icon, or "START" button
V2.0 - Larger map (1024 x 1024 max) - Better map design - 4 zoom levels (new "low" zoom level with upper screen magnification - "Thumbnail" mode) - Zooms are now centered to bottom DS center screen - "Screen Space" icon. You can choose the distance between the two screens: You choose between 0 pixels (no hidden part between the two screens) or 96 pixels (real hidden part between the two screens) - Proportional scrolling. Slow scrolling for slow Stylus move (map moves at the Stylus speed), fast scrolling for fast Stylus move (map moves twice the Stylus speed). - "Zoom indicators" icons to zoom and to display actual zoom level - Filters to avoid abnormal stylus jumps - Filters to stabilize horizontal and vertical scrollings - Better global ergonomy - Economy mode: Switch off the screen lights and pause mode when you close the DS without switching it off (first step to bio-softwares)
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