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PPSSPP Feature Request Page
09-14-2013, 09:15 AM
Post: #556
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
(09-13-2013 12:38 AM)daxtsu Wrote:  
Quote:70#Add support for launching ppsspp with arguments using an *.ink shortcut [req. by BubblegumBalloon]

This one has been fulfilled for quite a while, but today I added an option to start PPSSPP in fullscreen on Windows, so unless more options are requested, this can be marked as done for now.

Please forgive me for bringing my laziness up again, but would it be possible to add a "font=yxz" command line option?
And related to that, are the command line options listed somewhere?

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09-14-2013, 01:27 PM
Post: #557
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
@daxtsu
no problem about arg274#2-font changing support,that would certainly do.so....fulfilled

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09-14-2013, 02:52 PM (This post was last modified: 09-14-2013 02:53 PM by Maverick81PL.)
Post: #558
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
Is possible to emulate WLAN switch in emulator in ON position?? We want make Training Questy in Monster Hunter 3rd HD Ver. ;-)


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09-14-2013, 03:56 PM
Post: #559
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
(09-13-2013 12:38 AM)daxtsu Wrote:  
Quote:70#Add support for launching ppsspp with arguments using an *.ink shortcut [req. by BubblegumBalloon]

This one has been fulfilled for quite a while, but today I added an option to start PPSSPP in fullscreen on Windows, so unless more options are requested, this can be marked as done for now.

Quote:2#Add font changing support in the GUI

Also fulfilled, edit your language's ini file in the lang directory to have a line like "Font = MS Trebuchet" to whatever you want, on Windows. Or did the requester mean we should show a dialog with all available fonts..? This needs some clarification..

Quote:48#Add support for loading multiple PPSSPPControls.DAT as presets

This one is probably invalid/not needed now since you can bind however many controller/keyboard buttons to however many PSP buttons you want.

Quote:52#Add support for enabling/disabling CWCHEATS while ingame using a menu without editing the .ini (will be useful for touch-based devices)

Since the addition of the new CWCheats UI, you can enable/disable individual cheats now, so this is fulfilled.

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09-14-2013, 03:58 PM (This post was last modified: 09-14-2013 03:59 PM by TheDax.)
Post: #560
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
http://forums.ppsspp.org/showthread.php?...hlight=lan

That topic explains it all.

That said, it's not possible right now. In the future, once Coldbird returns(or if we beat him in porting it to PPSSPP), sure.

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09-14-2013, 03:59 PM
Post: #561
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
(09-14-2013 03:58 PM)daxtsu Wrote:  http://forums.ppsspp.org/showthread.php?...hlight=lan

That topic explains it all.

That said, it's not possible right now.

Not all LAN emulation, only WLAN Switch.
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09-14-2013, 04:02 PM (This post was last modified: 09-14-2013 04:02 PM by TheDax.)
Post: #562
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
Even if you emulate it being turned on, the PSP still calls functions asking if other PSPs are nearby, can it send/receive data, create a lobby and wait for other PSPs, etc., so it's pointless to emulate the switch being on until the whole thing is done, or a basic group of stubs(blank functions) are put in place to tell it, "sure, it's on, but there's nobody near you". It's still a decent bit of work either way. Just relax, we'll get to it eventually.

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09-15-2013, 01:41 PM
Post: #563
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
support for haptic feedback and vibration for better gaming experience.

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09-15-2013, 01:42 PM (This post was last modified: 09-15-2013 02:04 PM by TheDax.)
Post: #564
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
I get what you mean by haptic feedback(when pressing touch screen buttons), but vibration? The PSP never had any sort of official rumble capabilities.

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09-16-2013, 02:08 PM (This post was last modified: 09-16-2013 02:37 PM by globe94.)
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RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
is there a way ,(or possibility) for ppsspp to have a multiplayer function?

umm..
the changing of cpu clock option in android is really a BIG help. it speeds up the game 100%.
in my phone, cpu clock=40 is always the best setup.
tried it in, SOCOM,YS-7,Naruto Ship Ult Nin Impact. & others. if set it to 41 or 39 and so on,it slows down.
so my request is to change the way of changing the clock. because,dragging the small circle and setting it to the accurate value i want is kinda difficult.
i suggest to make it to something more simpler. like using the ( +-10 and +-1) buttons.so that we can adjust the value more accurately.
tmx..

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09-16-2013, 04:57 PM
Post: #566
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
Add built in analog feature for Xperia Play.
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09-16-2013, 06:42 PM
Post: #567
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
(09-16-2013 02:08 PM)globe94 Wrote:  is there a way ,(or possibility) for ppsspp to have a multiplayer function?

umm..
the changing of cpu clock option in android is really a BIG help. it speeds up the game 100%.
in my phone, cpu clock=40 is always the best setup.
tried it in, SOCOM,YS-7,Naruto Ship Ult Nin Impact. & others. if set it to 41 or 39 and so on,it slows down.
so my request is to change the way of changing the clock. because,dragging the small circle and setting it to the accurate value i want is kinda difficult.
i suggest to make it to something more simpler. like using the ( +-10 and +-1) buttons.so that we can adjust the value more accurately.
tmx..

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09-17-2013, 01:42 PM
Post: #568
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
Can I request alternative speed became more adjust liked :-
1+ 10+ 1- 10- to adjust Speed to 105% etc

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09-17-2013, 02:04 PM
Post: #569
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
add more options for increasing speed and also for recording gameplay video
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09-17-2013, 02:52 PM (This post was last modified: 09-17-2013 02:59 PM by TheDax.)
Post: #570
RE: PPSSPP Feature Request Page
To give this a bit more traffic until the real per-game settings system is added(don't remove the request for per-game settings yet, it's not fulfilled, this is just a temporary solution):

In development builds starting from yesterday, you can use a command-line argument on Windows to specify different controls.ini and ppsspp.ini files(hint: it can be used as a primitive per-game settings system, if you take the time to make shortcuts):

Code:
To boot a game directly from the command-line:
Example: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe "c:\emulators\games\MonsterHunter2ndG.iso"

--config: Tell PPSSPP you want to use a different config file than the default. Could possibly be used as a primitive per-game settings system, or used for testing.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --config="c:\emulators\games\psp\ff4\ff4.ini"

--controlconfig: Tell PPSSPP you want to use a different config file than the default. Might be useful for someone who wants to have per-game control settings.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --config="c:\emulators\games\psp\ff4\ff4-controls.ini"

So to boot your FF4 game with your lovely FF4-specific settings you could do something like this(if you want to use it in a shortcut, change the Target line to include the --config and --controlconfig stuff):
Code:
c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --config="c:\emulators\games\psp\ff4\ff4.ini" --controlconfig="c:\emulators\games\psp\ff4\ff4-controls.ini" "c:\emulators\games\psp\ff4\ff4.iso"

Note that the ini files don't HAVE to be named ff4.ini or ff4-controls.ini, nor do they have to be in the same directory as your game's ISO/CSO/EBOOT. That's simply one example.

Also, I already put this in the options explained thread, but this thread is more popular, so, here are all of PPSSPP's command-line options right now:
Code:
To boot a game directly from the command-line:
Example: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe "c:\emulators\games\MonsterHunter2ndG.iso"

--fullscreen: Start PPSSPP in fullscreen mode.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --fullscreen

--windowed: Start PPSSPP in windowed mode.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --windowed

--log: Tell PPSSPP you want to log the Debug Console to this file.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --log=c:\emulators\ppsspp.txt

--state: Tell PPSSPP you want this save state to be loaded upon opening. Must have a game to boot afterward, otherwise it won't work.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --state=c:\emulators\memstick\PSP\PPSSPP_STATE\ULES00193_1.00_0.ppst" "c:\emulators\games\ULES00193.iso"

-d: Enable debug logging.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe -d

-g: Enable 3d graphics logging.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --g

-j: Enable CPU Dynarec(JIT) for one session of PPSSPP. Mainly used for testing/debugging. Any settings changes made with this enabled will be discarded.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe -j

-i: Enable CPU Interpreter or one session of PPSSPP. Mainly used for testing/debugging. Any settings changes made with this enabled will be discarded.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe -i

--config: Tell PPSSPP you want to use a different config file than the default. Could possibly be used as a primitive per-game settings system, or used for testing.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --config="c:\emulators\games\psp\ff4\ff4.ini"

--controlconfig: Tell PPSSPP you want to use a different config file than the default. Might be useful for someone who wants to have per-game control settings.
Example usage: c:\emulators\ppsspp.exe --config="c:\emulators\games\psp\ff4\ff4-controls.ini"

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