I have updated it and have increased the deadzone and changed the default settings in order to make it a bit more usable, so use the binary in the above link in conjunction with the archive on openhandhelds until it is updated there. If anyone wants me to send them a binary with default configurations of their choosing, please send me a pm with your email address and a list of the default options you want, and send me the colour scheme values in hexadecimal if you want a different colour scheme.
About three days ago, I was unsatisfied with running Milkytracker 0.90.80 in Ginge, so I decided to port version 0.90.85 to the Caanoo. (My first port)
Controls are as follows:
Touch screen tap: left mouse button
Touch screen hold: right mouse button
Touch screen drag: selection
Button A: left mouse button
Button B: tab
Button X: backspace
Button Y: delete
Joystick movement: mouse movement
Help I: start playback
Help II: toggle recording mode
Home: stop playback
Button L: nothing
Button R: nothing
Joystick click: nothing
hold: lock the screen
You can plug in a USB keyboard if you want. USB mice have not been tested. Oh, and did I mention that TV output works?
Exiting does not work.
Program may crash when setting a predefined colour in the layout section in the configuration screen.
Does not save options on exit. Maybe that's because exiting doesn't work.
Key combos (ie. L + A = left arrow key)
I've included one of my (unfinished) XMs (halo.xm) as well as a few I found on modarchive.org.
I've also made quite a few banners so you can choose which one you like the most.
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