no$gba "speed" button

Discussion in 'No$GBA Discussion' started by Tsukuyomii, Mar 5, 2008.

  1. Tsukuyomii

    Tsukuyomii New Member

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    Well, we all know playing pokemon is a nightmare, because the battles are so slooooow... Like, walking in a cave when a swarm of Zubats follows you. >,>
    So I switch between 10% and "REAL" speed at the options all the time.
    Battles work on 650% speed, which is just awesome. It's also great for walking in long and boring places.
    But also, when you enter the option the games goes "Whooooosh" and you have to put it back to normal speed because the game timer also goes whoosh and you can't choose what you want.

    Enterting the options every second and changing from 10% to real speed is really annoying. XD

    Is there a button or something I missed? In GBA emulators there was a speed button that did that. As long as you pressed spacebar the game was fast, and when you didn't it was in normal speed.

    If there isn't any, is there a way to ask for one in the next versions?:bow:
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  3. M4yka

    M4yka New Member

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    No. Martin (the developer of the emu) doesn't care and/or do feature requests. If you're lucky he may add it sometime in the future. Sorry.
  4. Chris21

    Chris21 Hell's Archangel

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    hey go to no$gba site and ask him....he is making great progress and likes feedback...tho he may just ignore it... no guarantees!the prob is that the turbo feature is smthing he probably wont think of cuz its uniquely odd.

    BTW "speed button" is called turbo <and whooosh part was really funny!XD>
  5. grfla2

    grfla2 New Member

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    there is a turbo button : '+' (on the keypad)
  6. darc

    darc New Member

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    yeah i use it when playing ds but is there a way to change the button to the "space bar" or another button??
  7. Tsukuyomii

    Tsukuyomii New Member

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    OMG!!! OMG!!! you're right! XD
    wow + really works!!!

    I changed the >^V< keys to the numpad, and now I speed up with +!

    wow thanks!!!
    problem solved! ^^

    now we just need working savestates and the emu is almost perfect.
  8. cursedseraph

    cursedseraph New Member

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    well yeah + key really works wonders on pokemon but my pinky starts to ache, but i just hope that its possible to change the button without using third party program.
  9. DragonForce4

    DragonForce4 New Member

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    =O thats awesome, i didnt know about the turbo until now
    but does it speed up the clock aswell?
  10. Bananafana

    Bananafana New Member

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    Thank you! But I use a laptop and have no numpad.. does anyone know of a third party program that does do this?
  11. DragonForce4

    DragonForce4 New Member

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    you could try the onscreen keyboard that comes with windows (start>accessories>accessability>on screen keyboard) then just click on the button there
  12. Bananafana

    Bananafana New Member

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    Good idea, but it doesn't seem to work with no$gba.
  13. imlost

    imlost ಠ_ಠ

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    If you are talking about the clock within a game, then just change your system's time. The clock inside a game will follow the time of your system.
  14. Tyo

    Tyo New Member

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    i also use a laptop, and laptop do have numpad :p
    normally laptop keyboard have a button called fucntion (Fn), teh label is in different color (blue, etc) and some other same coloured label, look for NumLk or numlock or something in common. press both button, Fn and NumLk, it'l activate numlock on your laptop keyboard. numpad key have the same label color as Fn.
  15. Bananafana

    Bananafana New Member

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    No.. there's keys in the middle of my keypad that serve as a numpad. If I use numlock, keys like k, o, u turn into arrows, etc. But there is no numpad + sign on my keyboard, I've tried every key with num lock on. Just the + sign that I use alt for.
  16. Tyo

    Tyo New Member

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    in my case, k, o u, etc, become number. the ; key become numcap's +
  17. zonkuya

    zonkuya New Member

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    it would be awesome if no$gba had an "about:config" to change particular settings. I won't cry about it, but it would still be cool if it is included.

    Question: on phoenix wright, should I hold down +, or tap it as I also tap the "scroll" button? I'm worried about burning up my processor if I hold it, but I'm also worried about screwing it up anyway if I keep tapping it. btw, this "speed up button" is really cool, hope Martin adds more bonuses to his emu in future revisions!

    Anyway, thanks!
  18. mirage223

    mirage223 New Member

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    feature request threads never get but what the hell this one will make me feel better - please make a way so when i hit escape, it doesn't automatically close the emu. or at least an option would be nice. i use esc a lot and sometimes just out of habit i accidentally close my game and lose work. :\
  19. SCHUMI_4EVER

    SCHUMI_4EVER Hackin 'n Slashin Staff Member Award Winner!

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    How is this different from changing something in the emu options or not no$gba ini file?

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