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rePatch dots-tb has released rePatch version 2.69 for the PSVita.

## HOT FIX C

Fixed problem with “PCSG00842″ (forward slashes error), only update if you want to play this game. Compatibility may have improved also.

## HOT FIX B PLEASE RE-DOWNLOAD!

Added what it was currently reading
Made it read from reAddcont folder, instead of rePatch folder

## New path for path issue:

ux0:reAddcont//

Deemo DLC fix, it might fix other games.

Fixed:
#2
#3

Download rePatch from the Brewology PSVita Store.

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6.61 Adrenaline TheOfficialFloW has released 6.61 Adrenaline version 6.3 for the PSVita.

### Changelog v6.3
- Added ability to freely adjust the screen size to your desire in both psp and ps1 modes.
- Removed ‘Screen Mode’ and ‘Screen Size’ from menu.
- Improved Adrenaline Menu.

If you have already been using Adrenaline and want to quickly update, simply open `Adrenaline.vpk` as zip file and copy all modules from `sce_module` to `ux0:app/PSPEMUCFW/sce_module`.

Download 6.61 Adrenaline from the Brewology PSVita Store.

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Adrenaline Bubble Manager Team ONElua has released Adrenaline Bubble Manager version 5.01 for the PSVita.

- Compatible with Adrenaline v6.3 thanks to Lman.

- Added npdrmfree enable/disable option to ABM bubble edit screen.

- Added ux0:data/ABM/crc.ini to detect the CRC32 of the skprx modules.

**NOTE:** With lman plugins update, now every bubble saves its own adrenaline configs if you like to disable adrenaline boot screen you have to do that for every bubble.

Download Adrenaline Bubble Manager from the Brewology PSVita Store.

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Basilisk II meetpatty/rsn8887 has released Basilisk II version 0.33egit-rsn8887 for the PSVita.

Last Changes
======
0.33e

- remove bluetooth mouse lag
- apply pointer speed setting also to bluetooth mouse

Overview
=====

This is a release of MeetPatty’s Basilisk II Mac Emulator for Vita with the changes listed below. My changes to 0.32 have already been incorporated into the upstream repository.

Thanks to MeetPatty for an amazing port of this emulator.

Thanks to my supporter(s) on Patreon: CountDuckula.

This release is for anyone who wants to try it out in the meantime before MeetPatty releases a new official version.

Indirect touch controls can now be enabled in the menu.

Indirect Touch Controls
=====

Indirect touch controls are always used on the rear panel. On the front panel, the default is to use direct touch (pointer jumps to finger), but indirect controls can be enabled in the menu.

For multi-touch gestures, the fingers have to be far enough apart from each other, so that the Vita will not erroneously recognize them as a single finger. Otherwise the pointer will jump around.

- Single finger drag: move the mouse pointer, how far the pointer moves in response to finger motion depends on the Mouse Speed setting
- Single finger short tap: left mouse button.
- One finger short tap while holding another finger: right mouse button.
- Long second finger tap while holding another finger: initiate left mouse button drag and drop, useful to hold left button down to bring up menus.
- Long third finger tap while holding two other fingers: initiate right mouse button drag and drop. Drag and drop stops when last finger is released.

Basilisk II for the Vita
=======

Basilisk II is a multi-platform Mac II emulator whose code is released under the terms of the
GPL v2.

Features for the Vita version include:

* Emulates a Mac II series machine running OS 7.0.1 through 8.1, depending on the ROM used.
* Uses UAE CPU emulation, with new SoftFloat FPU emulation for better compatibility.
* Supports on-the-fly change of colors and resolution (requires Display Manager).
* Has stereo, 16-bit, 44kHz audio (requires Sound Manager 3.0).
* Supports emulated floppy and CDROM with removable media (no CD audio yet).
* Supports up to four hardfiles for use as fixed drives.
* Emulates a Mac Extended ADB keyboard and mouse. Buttons can be remapped on-the-fly.

The main Basilisk II website is located at http://basilisk.cebix.net/. This version of Basilisk II
is based on Chilly Willy’s PSP port v1.1.1.

Basilisk II comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to
redistribute it under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Installing Basilisk II for the Vita
===================================

Install the vpk in the usual way. Copy the Basilisk II folder in the archive to ux0:data.
If you look at the folder, you’ll see the following:

(directories)
cdroms
disks
files
hardfiles
imaps
roms

(files)
BasiliskII_prefs
imaps/default
imaps/dpad_mouse

The cdroms folder is where you copy the bin/cue dumps of Mac CDROMs you wish to use with the
emulation. These should be standard MODE1 ISO dumps, not raw dumps. The extension for CDROM
images are normally “.bin”, “.iso”, or “.img”.

The disks folder is where you copy floppy images you wish to use with the emulation. These are
plain dumps of 1.44 MB high-density Mac or PC format microfloppy disks. PC format requires the
appropriate Mac extension to read, such as MacLink (part of OS 8). All files in this folder
should have an extension of “.dsk”.

The files folder is mounted on the Mac desktop when enabled in the settings. Files in this folder
should be in AppleDouble, hqx, and binhex format.

The hardfiles folder contains the files that are used as fixed hard disks in the emulation. They
can be virtually any size, but will generally be between 200 and 400 MB as a basic installation
of OS8 takes about 120 MB. You can have any number of files in this directory, but only a maximum
of four can be selected at one time. The extension of files in this folder should b “.hfv”, but may
also have no extension at all.

The imaps folder holds the input maps for remapping the Vita buttons into Mac input events. This will
be explained later.

The roms folder holds the Mac ROM images you might use with the emulation. You select one image in
the emulation setup. They can have any file name, but a typical extension is “.rom”.

BasiliskII_prefs is a sample preferences file.

Note: No Apple Macintosh ROMs or software of any sort is included with this program. You’ll have to
find them yourself. This emulator is useless without a ROM and MacOS.

Controls
========
SELECT – Invoke the imap/floppy/cdrom menu

While in the imap/floppy/cdrom menu, you press up/down to change between input maps,
floppies, and cdroms. Press left/right to browse the list of files in the imaps, disks, and
cdroms directories, respectively. Press CROSS to select an input map, or mount a CD-ROM or
floppy. Press SELECT again to exit the menu. Note that you can only have one cd-rom and
floppy mounted at a time. To mount another, you must first dismount the CD-ROM/floppy
which is already mounted. On the Mac, you dismount disks/cd-roms by throwing them in the
trash, or by selecting the disk and then selecting Eject from the Special menu (or pressing
the Command + E keys).

Default Controls
================
CROSS – mouse button
SQUARE – enter key
CIRCLE – command + w (Close Window)
TRIANGLE – command + q (Quit Application)
RTRIGGER – control key
LTRIGGER – option key
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT – corresponding cursor key
ANALOG STICK – mouse

dpad_mouse Controls
===================
CROSS – mouse button
SQUARE – enter key
CIRCLE – command + w (Close Window)
TRIANGLE – command + q (Quit Application)
RTRIGGER – control key
LTRIGGER – move mouse faster
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT – mouse
ANALOG STICK – mouse

Imap file format
================

Each line has the following format:

Lines starting with # are treated as comment lines and ignored,

Valid vita key values are (OR keys to combine):

0×0000 No key
0×0008 Start button.
0×0010 Up D-Pad button.
0×0020 Right D-Pad button.
0×0040 Down D-Pad button.
0×0080 Left D-Pad button.
0×0100 Left trigger.
0×0200 Right trigger.
0×1000 Triangle button.
0×2000 Circle button.
0×4000 Cross button.
0×8000 Square button.

See below for Basilisk II key codes

Example D-Pad Up = cursor up:

0×0010 0×0000 62 255 255 255

Example Triangle = command + q:

0×1000 0×0000 55 12 255 255

See imaps/default and imaps/dpad_mouse for further examples

Basilisk II Key Codes
=====================
““
0 A
1 S
2 D
3 F
4 H
5 G
6 Z
7 X
8 C
9 V
11 B
12 Q
13 W
14 E
15 R
16 Y
17 T
18 1
19 2
20 3
21 4
22 6
23 5
24 =
25 9
26 7
27 -
28 8
29 0
30 ]
31 O
32 U
33 [
34 I
35 P
36 Return
37 L
38 J
39 ‘
40 K
41 ;
42 \
43 ,
44 /
45 N
46 M
47 .
48 Tab
49 Space
50 `
51 Backspace
53 Esc
54 Ctrl Left
55 Alt Left (-> Command)
56 Shift Left
57 Caps Lock
58 Logo Left (-> Option)
59 Cursor Left
60 Cursor Right
61 Cursor Down
62 Cursor Up
65 KP .
67 KP *
69 KP +
71 Num Lock
75 KP /
76 KP Enter
78 KP -
82 KP 0
83 KP 1
84 KP 2
85 KP 3
86 KP 4
87 KP 5
88 KP 6
89 KP 7
91 KP 8
92 KP 9
96 F5
97 F6
98 F7
99 F3
100 F8
101 F9
103 F11
105 PrintScrn
107 Scroll Lock
109 F10
111 F12
113 Pause
114 Insert
115 Home
116 Page Up
117 Delete
118 F4
119 End
120 F2
121 Page Down
122 F1
255 No key press
256 Mouse button 1
““`

Changelog
———–
0.33e

- remove bluetooth mouse lag
- apply pointer speed setting also to bluetooth mouse

0.33d

- prevent accidental clicks when moving pointer using rear touch or indirect front touch

0.33c

- implemented rear touch (can be enabled in options)
- implemented indirect front touch (can be enabled in options)
- implemented pointer speed option
- implemented radial scaled analog joystick deadzone
- added cpu speed option to max out all frequencies (CPU, GPU and BUS) for maximum speed

0.33b

- now uses the full analog joystick range of the Vita

0.33a

- attempt to reduce bluetooth mouse lag (hard to tell if it helped)
- re-compiled with latest source from MeetPatty, which includes support of uma0:

0.32c
- bugfix with new 640×400 resolution (was added to internal list of modes twice)

0.32b
- add 640×400 resolution option
- improve picture quality for resolutions where mac pixels do not map 1:1 onto vita pixels. Pixels are much less distorted now in those cases.
- add aspect ratio option “square pixels,” useful to achieve a larger display of some fullscreen games without distortion. For example fullscreen games that run in 640×400 fit the Vita screen pretty well, even without stretching.

The System 7 resolution setting has a higher priority than the Basiliskii settings. So, to change resolution, it is not enough to only change it in the Basilisk prefs. The resolution has to be changed also in the “monitors” extension in system 7. Otherwise, the os will set it back during boot.

0.32a
- more keys accessible in the Danzeff OSK.
- highlight qualifier keys selected with “select” when OSK is displayed

Download Basilisk II from the Brewology PSVita Store.

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Basilisk II meetpatty/rsn8887 has released Basilisk II version 0.33egit-rsn8887 for the PSVita.

Last Changes
======
0.33e

- remove bluetooth mouse lag
- apply pointer speed setting also to bluetooth mouse

Overview
=====

This is a release of MeetPatty’s Basilisk II Mac Emulator for Vita with the changes listed below. My changes to 0.32 have already been incorporated into the upstream repository.

Thanks to MeetPatty for an amazing port of this emulator.

Thanks to my supporter(s) on Patreon: CountDuckula.

This release is for anyone who wants to try it out in the meantime before MeetPatty releases a new official version.

Indirect touch controls can now be enabled in the menu.

Indirect Touch Controls
=====

Indirect touch controls are always used on the rear panel. On the front panel, the default is to use direct touch (pointer jumps to finger), but indirect controls can be enabled in the menu.

For multi-touch gestures, the fingers have to be far enough apart from each other, so that the Vita will not erroneously recognize them as a single finger. Otherwise the pointer will jump around.

- Single finger drag: move the mouse pointer, how far the pointer moves in response to finger motion depends on the Mouse Speed setting
- Single finger short tap: left mouse button.
- One finger short tap while holding another finger: right mouse button.
- Long second finger tap while holding another finger: initiate left mouse button drag and drop, useful to hold left button down to bring up menus.
- Long third finger tap while holding two other fingers: initiate right mouse button drag and drop. Drag and drop stops when last finger is released.

Basilisk II for the Vita
=======

Basilisk II is a multi-platform Mac II emulator whose code is released under the terms of the
GPL v2.

Features for the Vita version include:

* Emulates a Mac II series machine running OS 7.0.1 through 8.1, depending on the ROM used.
* Uses UAE CPU emulation, with new SoftFloat FPU emulation for better compatibility.
* Supports on-the-fly change of colors and resolution (requires Display Manager).
* Has stereo, 16-bit, 44kHz audio (requires Sound Manager 3.0).
* Supports emulated floppy and CDROM with removable media (no CD audio yet).
* Supports up to four hardfiles for use as fixed drives.
* Emulates a Mac Extended ADB keyboard and mouse. Buttons can be remapped on-the-fly.

The main Basilisk II website is located at http://basilisk.cebix.net/. This version of Basilisk II
is based on Chilly Willy’s PSP port v1.1.1.

Basilisk II comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to
redistribute it under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Installing Basilisk II for the Vita
===================================

Install the vpk in the usual way. Copy the Basilisk II folder in the archive to ux0:data.
If you look at the folder, you’ll see the following:

(directories)
cdroms
disks
files
hardfiles
imaps
roms

(files)
BasiliskII_prefs
imaps/default
imaps/dpad_mouse

The cdroms folder is where you copy the bin/cue dumps of Mac CDROMs you wish to use with the
emulation. These should be standard MODE1 ISO dumps, not raw dumps. The extension for CDROM
images are normally “.bin”, “.iso”, or “.img”.

The disks folder is where you copy floppy images you wish to use with the emulation. These are
plain dumps of 1.44 MB high-density Mac or PC format microfloppy disks. PC format requires the
appropriate Mac extension to read, such as MacLink (part of OS 8). All files in this folder
should have an extension of “.dsk”.

The files folder is mounted on the Mac desktop when enabled in the settings. Files in this folder
should be in AppleDouble, hqx, and binhex format.

The hardfiles folder contains the files that are used as fixed hard disks in the emulation. They
can be virtually any size, but will generally be between 200 and 400 MB as a basic installation
of OS8 takes about 120 MB. You can have any number of files in this directory, but only a maximum
of four can be selected at one time. The extension of files in this folder should b “.hfv”, but may
also have no extension at all.

The imaps folder holds the input maps for remapping the Vita buttons into Mac input events. This will
be explained later.

The roms folder holds the Mac ROM images you might use with the emulation. You select one image in
the emulation setup. They can have any file name, but a typical extension is “.rom”.

BasiliskII_prefs is a sample preferences file.

Note: No Apple Macintosh ROMs or software of any sort is included with this program. You’ll have to
find them yourself. This emulator is useless without a ROM and MacOS.

Controls
========
SELECT – Invoke the imap/floppy/cdrom menu

While in the imap/floppy/cdrom menu, you press up/down to change between input maps,
floppies, and cdroms. Press left/right to browse the list of files in the imaps, disks, and
cdroms directories, respectively. Press CROSS to select an input map, or mount a CD-ROM or
floppy. Press SELECT again to exit the menu. Note that you can only have one cd-rom and
floppy mounted at a time. To mount another, you must first dismount the CD-ROM/floppy
which is already mounted. On the Mac, you dismount disks/cd-roms by throwing them in the
trash, or by selecting the disk and then selecting Eject from the Special menu (or pressing
the Command + E keys).

Default Controls
================
CROSS – mouse button
SQUARE – enter key
CIRCLE – command + w (Close Window)
TRIANGLE – command + q (Quit Application)
RTRIGGER – control key
LTRIGGER – option key
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT – corresponding cursor key
ANALOG STICK – mouse

dpad_mouse Controls
===================
CROSS – mouse button
SQUARE – enter key
CIRCLE – command + w (Close Window)
TRIANGLE – command + q (Quit Application)
RTRIGGER – control key
LTRIGGER – move mouse faster
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT – mouse
ANALOG STICK – mouse

Imap file format
================

Each line has the following format:

Lines starting with # are treated as comment lines and ignored,

Valid vita key values are (OR keys to combine):

0×0000 No key
0×0008 Start button.
0×0010 Up D-Pad button.
0×0020 Right D-Pad button.
0×0040 Down D-Pad button.
0×0080 Left D-Pad button.
0×0100 Left trigger.
0×0200 Right trigger.
0×1000 Triangle button.
0×2000 Circle button.
0×4000 Cross button.
0×8000 Square button.

See below for Basilisk II key codes

Example D-Pad Up = cursor up:

0×0010 0×0000 62 255 255 255

Example Triangle = command + q:

0×1000 0×0000 55 12 255 255

See imaps/default and imaps/dpad_mouse for further examples

Basilisk II Key Codes
=====================
““
0 A
1 S
2 D
3 F
4 H
5 G
6 Z
7 X
8 C
9 V
11 B
12 Q
13 W
14 E
15 R
16 Y
17 T
18 1
19 2
20 3
21 4
22 6
23 5
24 =
25 9
26 7
27 -
28 8
29 0
30 ]
31 O
32 U
33 [
34 I
35 P
36 Return
37 L
38 J
39 ‘
40 K
41 ;
42 \
43 ,
44 /
45 N
46 M
47 .
48 Tab
49 Space
50 `
51 Backspace
53 Esc
54 Ctrl Left
55 Alt Left (-> Command)
56 Shift Left
57 Caps Lock
58 Logo Left (-> Option)
59 Cursor Left
60 Cursor Right
61 Cursor Down
62 Cursor Up
65 KP .
67 KP *
69 KP +
71 Num Lock
75 KP /
76 KP Enter
78 KP -
82 KP 0
83 KP 1
84 KP 2
85 KP 3
86 KP 4
87 KP 5
88 KP 6
89 KP 7
91 KP 8
92 KP 9
96 F5
97 F6
98 F7
99 F3
100 F8
101 F9
103 F11
105 PrintScrn
107 Scroll Lock
109 F10
111 F12
113 Pause
114 Insert
115 Home
116 Page Up
117 Delete
118 F4
119 End
120 F2
121 Page Down
122 F1
255 No key press
256 Mouse button 1
““`

Changelog
———–
0.33e

- remove bluetooth mouse lag
- apply pointer speed setting also to bluetooth mouse

0.33d

- prevent accidental clicks when moving pointer using rear touch or indirect front touch

0.33c

- implemented rear touch (can be enabled in options)
- implemented indirect front touch (can be enabled in options)
- implemented pointer speed option
- implemented radial scaled analog joystick deadzone
- added cpu speed option to max out all frequencies (CPU, GPU and BUS) for maximum speed

0.33b

- now uses the full analog joystick range of the Vita

0.33a

- attempt to reduce bluetooth mouse lag (hard to tell if it helped)
- re-compiled with latest source from MeetPatty, which includes support of uma0:

0.32c
- bugfix with new 640×400 resolution (was added to internal list of modes twice)

0.32b
- add 640×400 resolution option
- improve picture quality for resolutions where mac pixels do not map 1:1 onto vita pixels. Pixels are much less distorted now in those cases.
- add aspect ratio option “square pixels,” useful to achieve a larger display of some fullscreen games without distortion. For example fullscreen games that run in 640×400 fit the Vita screen pretty well, even without stretching.

The System 7 resolution setting has a higher priority than the Basiliskii settings. So, to change resolution, it is not enough to only change it in the Basilisk prefs. The resolution has to be changed also in the “monitors” extension in system 7. Otherwise, the os will set it back during boot.

0.32a
- more keys accessible in the Danzeff OSK.
- highlight qualifier keys selected with “select” when OSK is displayed

Download Basilisk II from the Brewology PSVita Store.

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ScummVM rsn8887 has released ScummVM version 2.1.0git-rsn8887.24 for the PSVita.

Latest changes:
=====
release 24

- (Vita) improve pointer controls with bluetooth mouse by re-compiling with latest SDL-Vita

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

**NOTE:** As of Feb 14, 2018, all the Vita and PSP-related changes listed below are part of the official source and are automatically included in the automated “latest development builds” here: http://buildbot.scummvm.org/builds.html
However the PSP development builds on that site are are still crashing. The PSP version offered here works, so I will keep this release page up-to-date.

These are working builds of ScummVM for the PSP and Vita based on 2.1.0git development source from 20180404. The PSP development build here does not crash (the official buildbot build for PSP is currently crashing).

On the Vita, rear touch is enabled only when the option “touchpad mouse mode” is on. This option is off by default, but it can be easily turned on in the options menu in the control tab.

More information about controls on the Vita, including touch controls, is here:
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/PlayStation_Vita

More information about controls on the PSP is here:
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/PlayStation_Portable

![Screenshot of ScummVM-2.1.0git-rsn8887.3-psp](https://s14.postimg.org/6n29mpx69/Scumm_VM-_PSP-2.1.0git-rsn8887.3.png)
(PSP Screenshot shown)

This release is for anyone who wants to test out the latest experimental version of ScummVM PSP or Vita.

Thanks to Cpasjuste, to everyone involved with the ScummVM Team, and to all the coders who developed VitaSDK.

Thanks also to my supporter(s) on Patreon: CountDuckula.

## Recent changes:
release 24

- (Vita) improve pointer controls with bluetooth mouse by re-compiling with latest SDL-Vita

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

release 23

- (Vita) allow loading games from uma0: in addition to ux0:

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

release 22

- (Vita) make touch mouse clicks longer so all games receive them. Some games such as Gobliins or Dreamweb did not react to the simulated touch mouse clicks because the clicks were too short. This change ensures all games see the simulated clicks by giving each click a minimum duration of 50 ms instead of being as fast as possible.

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

release 21fix

- (PSP) Prevent crashes on PSP after add game dialog by disabling unstable engines for now, only on the PSP build.

release 21

- (Vita) Prevent accidental clicks when moving pointer using touch

pre-21

- (Vita) touch pointer was sometimes not directly under finger (fixed)

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

- (Vita) implemented three-finger drag as right-button drag (useful to hold-down the right mouse button). Fingers have to be somewhat apart from each other, otherwise they are recognized as single or dual touch by the Vita.

- (Vita) allow ‘frontpanel_touchpad_mode=true’ option in ScummVM.ini. The option can be changed manually by editing scummvm.ini in a text editor. If the option is set, it forces front panel into indirect touchpad mode where the pointer doesn’t jump to finger.

- re-compiled with unstable engines enabled (prince and coward, etc.). Unstable engines are WIP.

- (Vita) Prevent jumping touch cursor on right click that was introduced with the drag-and-drop feature.

- (Vita) Add 2-finger drag-and-drop touch motion. This is useful for example in FT to bring up the action menu, or to scroll through the game list in the menu using the scroll bar. It works in the following way: holding down two fingers for a while initiates a drag’n'drop where the left mouse button is being held down. The first finger affects mouse motion during the drag, the second finger can be removed without affecting the drag. When the last finger is removed, the left mouse button is released and the drag is over. Note the second finger can be anywhere, it doesn’t have to be close to the first finger. Typical usage of dual finger drag and drop in FT: Hold down one finger over an object. Then hold down a second finger somewhere on the screen for a little bit to initiate a dual finger drag. This brings up the action menu. Now let go of the second finger. The dual-finger drag continues since one finger is still down. Select an action with the first finger and let go of the first finger to end the drag.

- (Vita) improved direct touch accuracy in all screen modes. Before this, sometimes the mouse cursor was slightly shifted to the right of the finger in some graphics modes when using front touch. This should now be fixed.

- (Vita) Always use direct touch on front touch panel. Enabling the option “touchpad mouse mode” enables rear touch with relative touch mode, but the front panel always stays in direct touch mode. Thanks to ScHlAuChi and Csnover for help and suggestions regarding usability of touch features.

- (Vita) rear touch is now enabled *only* when the new option “touchpad mouse mode” is on. This option is now off by default, but it can be turned on easily in the options menu in the control tab. This change is because many people find it annoying when they just hold the Vita and accidentally trigger rear touch events that move the mouse pointer.
Note: When “touchpad mouse mode” is off, the rear touch is disabled, and the front touch is in direct mode, where the mouse pointer always jumps to the finger position, like on a mobile phone screen. When “touchpad mouse mode” is on, both front and rear touch are enabled, and they are both in indirect mode, where the finger can be far from the pointer and still move it, like on a laptop touchpad. In this mode, the pointer speed setting affects how far the pointer moves in response to a finger movement.

- (Vita) improved direct touch accuracy

- (Vita) direct touch implemented on front panel. It can be disabled and enabled in the control menu. Indirect touch now uses the pointer speed setting.

- (Vita) touch controls on Vita. Left button: tap single finger. Right button: hold single finger while tapping second finger.

- (Vita) fix crash on startup on Vita

- Proper lipsync in DOTT and FT. The lips of the characters now stop moving during pauses in their sentences, just like in the original DOS games. We were playing DOTT and FT *wrong* the whole time. These patches are only lightly tested so far. The patches are by @rasky (DOTT) and @bonki (FT), thank you for fixing a longstanding problem!

- Faster screen refresh and less input lag in the menu

- Joystick mouse cursor speed is independent of screen resolution.

- (Vita) Better analog joystick precision for more precise pointer movements, due to re-compilation with latest SDL2 library for Vita.

- (PSP) Fixed cursor jumps in x/y coordinates, fixed new smooth cursor speed to the same that it was for the old, jerky cursor (can be adjusted in “Controls” tab).

- (PSP) Implemented smooth mouse cursor motion and control options where one can change mouse cursor speed and joystick deadzone settings.

- (PSP) Add new graphics mode “Fit to Screen.” This mode replaces the “4:3 Aspect Ratio” and “Keep Aspect Ratio” modes. The new “Fit to Screen” mode makes proper use of the “Aspect Ratio Correction” checkbox setting. If the checkbox is set, the aspect ratio will be forced to 4:3, useful for games like Full Throttle. If the checkbox is not set, the aspect ratio will be the original game aspect ratio, useful for games like Dreamweb.

- (PSP) Add new graphics mode “4:3 Aspect Ratio” (dam-soft, digitall, rsn8887)
Now the user has the choice between the old graphics mode “Keep Aspect Ratio,” good for 16:10 games like Dreamweb, and a new mode “4:3 Aspect Ratio,” good for 4:3 games like Full Throttle.

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ScummVM rsn8887 has released ScummVM version 2.1.0git-rsn8887.24 for the PSVita.

Latest changes:
=====
release 24

- (Vita) improve pointer controls with bluetooth mouse by re-compiling with latest SDL-Vita

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

**NOTE:** As of Feb 14, 2018, all the Vita and PSP-related changes listed below are part of the official source and are automatically included in the automated “latest development builds” here: http://buildbot.scummvm.org/builds.html
However the PSP development builds on that site are are still crashing. The PSP version offered here works, so I will keep this release page up-to-date.

These are working builds of ScummVM for the PSP and Vita based on 2.1.0git development source from 20180404. The PSP development build here does not crash (the official buildbot build for PSP is currently crashing).

On the Vita, rear touch is enabled only when the option “touchpad mouse mode” is on. This option is off by default, but it can be easily turned on in the options menu in the control tab.

More information about controls on the Vita, including touch controls, is here:
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/PlayStation_Vita

More information about controls on the PSP is here:
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/PlayStation_Portable

![Screenshot of ScummVM-2.1.0git-rsn8887.3-psp](https://s14.postimg.org/6n29mpx69/Scumm_VM-_PSP-2.1.0git-rsn8887.3.png)
(PSP Screenshot shown)

This release is for anyone who wants to test out the latest experimental version of ScummVM PSP or Vita.

Thanks to Cpasjuste, to everyone involved with the ScummVM Team, and to all the coders who developed VitaSDK.

Thanks also to my supporter(s) on Patreon: CountDuckula.

## Recent changes:
release 24

- (Vita) improve pointer controls with bluetooth mouse by re-compiling with latest SDL-Vita

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

release 23

- (Vita) allow loading games from uma0: in addition to ux0:

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

release 22

- (Vita) make touch mouse clicks longer so all games receive them. Some games such as Gobliins or Dreamweb did not react to the simulated touch mouse clicks because the clicks were too short. This change ensures all games see the simulated clicks by giving each click a minimum duration of 50 ms instead of being as fast as possible.

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

release 21fix

- (PSP) Prevent crashes on PSP after add game dialog by disabling unstable engines for now, only on the PSP build.

release 21

- (Vita) Prevent accidental clicks when moving pointer using touch

pre-21

- (Vita) touch pointer was sometimes not directly under finger (fixed)

- re-compiled with latest changes from git repository

- (Vita) implemented three-finger drag as right-button drag (useful to hold-down the right mouse button). Fingers have to be somewhat apart from each other, otherwise they are recognized as single or dual touch by the Vita.

- (Vita) allow ‘frontpanel_touchpad_mode=true’ option in ScummVM.ini. The option can be changed manually by editing scummvm.ini in a text editor. If the option is set, it forces front panel into indirect touchpad mode where the pointer doesn’t jump to finger.

- re-compiled with unstable engines enabled (prince and coward, etc.). Unstable engines are WIP.

- (Vita) Prevent jumping touch cursor on right click that was introduced with the drag-and-drop feature.

- (Vita) Add 2-finger drag-and-drop touch motion. This is useful for example in FT to bring up the action menu, or to scroll through the game list in the menu using the scroll bar. It works in the following way: holding down two fingers for a while initiates a drag’n'drop where the left mouse button is being held down. The first finger affects mouse motion during the drag, the second finger can be removed without affecting the drag. When the last finger is removed, the left mouse button is released and the drag is over. Note the second finger can be anywhere, it doesn’t have to be close to the first finger. Typical usage of dual finger drag and drop in FT: Hold down one finger over an object. Then hold down a second finger somewhere on the screen for a little bit to initiate a dual finger drag. This brings up the action menu. Now let go of the second finger. The dual-finger drag continues since one finger is still down. Select an action with the first finger and let go of the first finger to end the drag.

- (Vita) improved direct touch accuracy in all screen modes. Before this, sometimes the mouse cursor was slightly shifted to the right of the finger in some graphics modes when using front touch. This should now be fixed.

- (Vita) Always use direct touch on front touch panel. Enabling the option “touchpad mouse mode” enables rear touch with relative touch mode, but the front panel always stays in direct touch mode. Thanks to ScHlAuChi and Csnover for help and suggestions regarding usability of touch features.

- (Vita) rear touch is now enabled *only* when the new option “touchpad mouse mode” is on. This option is now off by default, but it can be turned on easily in the options menu in the control tab. This change is because many people find it annoying when they just hold the Vita and accidentally trigger rear touch events that move the mouse pointer.
Note: When “touchpad mouse mode” is off, the rear touch is disabled, and the front touch is in direct mode, where the mouse pointer always jumps to the finger position, like on a mobile phone screen. When “touchpad mouse mode” is on, both front and rear touch are enabled, and they are both in indirect mode, where the finger can be far from the pointer and still move it, like on a laptop touchpad. In this mode, the pointer speed setting affects how far the pointer moves in response to a finger movement.

- (Vita) improved direct touch accuracy

- (Vita) direct touch implemented on front panel. It can be disabled and enabled in the control menu. Indirect touch now uses the pointer speed setting.

- (Vita) touch controls on Vita. Left button: tap single finger. Right button: hold single finger while tapping second finger.

- (Vita) fix crash on startup on Vita

- Proper lipsync in DOTT and FT. The lips of the characters now stop moving during pauses in their sentences, just like in the original DOS games. We were playing DOTT and FT *wrong* the whole time. These patches are only lightly tested so far. The patches are by @rasky (DOTT) and @bonki (FT), thank you for fixing a longstanding problem!

- Faster screen refresh and less input lag in the menu

- Joystick mouse cursor speed is independent of screen resolution.

- (Vita) Better analog joystick precision for more precise pointer movements, due to re-compilation with latest SDL2 library for Vita.

- (PSP) Fixed cursor jumps in x/y coordinates, fixed new smooth cursor speed to the same that it was for the old, jerky cursor (can be adjusted in “Controls” tab).

- (PSP) Implemented smooth mouse cursor motion and control options where one can change mouse cursor speed and joystick deadzone settings.

- (PSP) Add new graphics mode “Fit to Screen.” This mode replaces the “4:3 Aspect Ratio” and “Keep Aspect Ratio” modes. The new “Fit to Screen” mode makes proper use of the “Aspect Ratio Correction” checkbox setting. If the checkbox is set, the aspect ratio will be forced to 4:3, useful for games like Full Throttle. If the checkbox is not set, the aspect ratio will be the original game aspect ratio, useful for games like Dreamweb.

- (PSP) Add new graphics mode “4:3 Aspect Ratio” (dam-soft, digitall, rsn8887)
Now the user has the choice between the old graphics mode “Keep Aspect Ratio,” good for 16:10 games like Dreamweb, and a new mode “4:3 Aspect Ratio,” good for 4:3 games like Full Throttle.

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Uae4All2 Vita_mod rsn8887 has released Uae4All2 Vita_mod version 1.67 for the PSVita.

Changes in this Version
======
1.67

- Improve pointer controls with bluetooth mouse by re-compiling with latest SDL-Vita

Description
=====
Use4All2 Mod is an Amiga emulator for Vita. This is my mod of the latest Vita version of this great Amiga emulator that was ported by Cpasjuste. Depending on when you read this, this mod might be ahead or behind his version.

![Screenshot of UAE4All2 Vita_mod](https://s13.postimg.org/9r9hi62mf/uae4all-vita.jpg)

Thanks to Cpasjuste for the original port and for jumping in and adding shader support and making the assembler optimizations work.

Thanks to ScHlAuChi for extensive testing, ideas, and for contributing the new larger virtual keyboard images.

Thanks to the original authors Chui, john4p, TomB, notaz, Bernd Schneider, Toni Wilen, Pickle, smoku, AnotherGuest, Anonymous engineer, finkel, Lubomyr, pelya and many more.

Thanks to my supporter(s) on Patreon: CountDuckula.

Vita-exclusive Features
======
- Full speed emulation of most Amiga games with zero frameskip
- Large, complete virtual keyboard with adjustable position and adjustable transparency
- Three fully mappable custom control sets: map Vita buttons to any Amiga joystick or key input, three custom control sets supported
- Multiple hard-file support: up to 4 hdf files (size <2GB each) can be mounted simultaneously
- Multiple controller support on Vita TV: up to four paired controllers can be fully mapped
- Analog mouse control: control the mouse using the analog stick with adjustable sensitivity
- Shader support: default “sharp_bilinear_simple” uses integer pre-scale for sharp, undistorted pixels with minimum blur, even if game is zoomed to fill the full Vita screen
- Custom autofire: any mapped Vita button can have autofire with adjustable rate
- Savestate with hard-file support: state can be saved even when hard-files are used
- Additional emulator settings: sprite-sprite collisions can be enabled, blitter settings can be changed
- Adjustable stereo separation
- A button can be mapped to “slow mouse” in custom controls. When custom controls are on and that button is held down, the mouse pointer speed is greatly reduced. This is useful for precisely positioning the cursor.
- Bluetooth keyboard and mouse support
- Sticky virtual keyboard modifiers: allows keyboard combos like CTRL-C to be entered easily
- Touchpad style pointer controls using the front touch panel and (optional) the rear touch panel
- Supports loading files from ux0: or uma0: partition

Notes
======
- *Bios:* Please put kickstart files in “ux0:/data/uae4all/kickstarts” directory. Files must be named as kick13.rom, kick20.rom, kick31.rom
- *Speed:* Most games run full speed. Some slow Amiga 1200 and WHDLoad games actually run faster if the CPU speed is reduced from 14 MHz to 7 MHz, because they rely more on custom chips than CPU. Some graphics glitches in Lionheart WHDLoad inside the caves are fixed by this.
- *Config File:* If you have problems with settings not saving etc, please delete or rename your config file in the folder “ux0:/data/uae4all” and restart the emu. I heard this can fix many problems when you are replacing an older version of this emulator with a newer version. Lots of things are changing in the config file between releases.
- *Display:* The sharp_bilinear_simple shader, on by default, creates a sharp pixel image with minimal blurring. It applies a maximum integer pre-scale first. Then it scales only the small remainder using the builtin bilinear filter, keeping the aspect ratio intact.
Many Amiga games fit the Vita screen very nicely. I urge everyone to try Chaos Engine with a screen setting of 320*200 and the sharp_bilinear_simple shader. The picture almost fills the whole screen and is very pretty with no artifacts or blurriness. The picture can be moved using R+Start+Dpad to center it on the Vita screen. It runs smooth with zero frameskip.
Selecting a ‘Preset Width’ of 320, 352 or 384 (max overscan) results in lo-res screen emulation, good for most games, while 640, 704, or 768 results in hi-res screen emulation, good for use with Workbench or some text-based games.
- *Blitter:* The Blitter settings can help with graphics glitches in some games. For example, Rick Dangerous graphics are fixed by setting Blitter to “immediate” instead of “normal,” and re-booting the game. Since it works much better, “immediate” is now the default. But some games require setting Blitter to “normal” and re-booting to remove graphics glitches for example PP Hammer and Spindizzy Worlds.
- *Sprite Collisions:* Some games require sprite-to-sprite collisions. They can be turned on in the “more options” menu. The only game I know of that requires this is SpaceTaxi 3.
- *Multiplayer:* Up to four controllers on Vita TV are supported and can be fully mapped. The mouse can be switched off because it interferes with the other joystick that controls player 2 in most games. If you pair new controllers and they do not seem to work, scan for them in the “custom controls” menu by pressing L. At the bottom it will say how many controllers have been found.
- *Sound:* For use with headphones, a stereo separation setting of 50 sounds better than the default setting of 100. The original Amiga had completely disjoint left/right channels. This can sound quite jarring on headphones. Concerning sound frequency, on the Vita, the default of 44.1 kHz gives by far the best results.
- *Building from Source:* The dependencies are
VitaSDK: http://vitasdk.org (toolchain and Vita system headers etc.)
SDL_ttf: https://github.com/Cpasjuste/SDL_ttf
SDL-Vita (v1.2 with 4 controller support and with Bluetooth support, from December 24, 2017 or later): https://github.com/rsn8887/SDL-Vita/tree/SDL12
SDL-Image: https://github.com/Cpasjuste/SDL_image-1.2.12
Install VitaSDK. Clone all the above repositories and install their libraries using “make -f Makefile.psp2 install” for each one. Cd into a separate build directory outside uae4all2 tree. Type “ccmake ‘your uae4all2 dir’ “. Then press c (configure). In the release type form field, type “Release” and enter. Then press c then g. Then type “make uae4all2.vpk”.

Note: The source depends on FrangarCJ’s Vita2d fbo branch with shader support here: https://github.com/Cpasjuste/vita2dlib/tree/fbo
and FrangarCJ’s vita-shader-collection gtu branch: https://github.com/frangarcj/vita-shader-collection/tree/gtu
Those are both included as binaries and linked automatically.

FAQ
=====
- Kickstart rom files not found on startup? First, please ensure you are using the correct files. They should be “kick13.rom” (size: 262,144 bytes), “kick20.rom” (size: 524,288) and “kick31.rom” (size: 524,288). Second, please make sure your ux0:/data folder does NOT have the FAT attributes “hidden” or “system” set.

Controls
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General
—–
Select = Toggle menu
Start = Toggle virtual keyboard
R+Start+Dpad up/down = Move screen up/down
R+Start+Dpad left/right = Change screenmode (to zoom in on games with borders)
Right analog stick = Analog mouse (can switch this to left stick in menu)
Left analog stick = Amiga joystick directions
Dpad = Amiga joystick directions

When custom controls are off
—–
L shoulder button = right mouse click
R shoulder button = left mouse click
(Shown below are control presets 1 (default) / 2 / 3 / 4)
Square = Autofire (default) / Fire / Autofire / Fire
Cross = Fire (default) / Autofire / Up (Jump) / Up (Jump)
Triangle = Space (default) / Space / Fire / Autofire
Circle = Secondary Fire (used only in a few games)
R+Square = Ctrl
R+Circle = Left Alt
R+Cross = Help
L+Square = Left mouse
L+Circle = Right mouse
R+Dpad = Arrow keys

When custom controls are on
—–
L+Start = Toggle between custom control set number 1, 2, and 3

In this mode, Vita buttons can be mapped to any Amiga side keyboard key or joystick action. There’s also a mapping option called “slow mouse.” It will slow down the mouse pointer by a factor ten if that mapped button is held down. Up to four controllers can be mapped (for multiplayer on VitaTV).

Virtual keyboard controls
—–
Start = Toggle virtual keyboard
Right analog stick up/down = Move virtual keyboard up and down
Right analog stick left/right = Change virtual keyboard transparency
Cross = Press selected key
Square = Backspace
Triangle = Toggle shift
Circle = Turn off all sticky keys (ctrl, alt, amiga, and shift)

Touch controls
—–
Note: for multi-touch gestures, the fingers have to be far enough apart from each other, so that the Vita will not erroneously recognize them as a single finger. Otherwise the pointer will jump around.

Single short tap = left mouse click
Single short tap while holding a second finger down = right mouse click
Single finger drag = move the mouse pointer, how far the pointer moves in response to finger motion depends on the Mouse Speed setting
Dual finger drag = drag’n'drop (left mouse button is held down)
Three finger drag = drag’n'drop (right mouse button is held down)

Bluetooth Keyboard / Mouse controls
—–
Mouse + keyboard tested working only with the “Jelly Comb Mini Bluetooth Keyboard With Mouse Touchpad, ASIN:B06Y56BBYP.” The Amiga keys are mapped to Windows (GUI) keys as well as Page Up/Down. The Vita doesn’t pair with all Bluetooth keyboard/mouse combos. As a rule, if the keyboard works to highlight bubbles with cursor keys, it should also work in UAE4All.

CHANGELOG
=====
1.67

- Improve pointer controls with bluetooth mouse by re-compiling with latest SDL-Vita

1.66

- Prevent accidental clicks when moving pointer using touch

1.65

- eliminate transparent keyboard slowdown
- fix joystick port setting affecting custom controls unless set to ‘port1′

1.64

- improved ‘normal’ blitter mode (fixes flicker in PP Hammer and Spindizzy Worlds)

1.63
- implemented three-finger drag as right-button drag (useful to hold-down the right mouse button). Fingers have to be somewhat apart from each other, otherwise they are recognized as single or dual touch by the Vita.

1.62
- re-compiled in safe-mode
- fix empty directory listing of uma0:

1.61
- re-compiled in unsafe-mode

1.60
- support for uma0: added
- prevent suspend mode because it can corrupt hdf files

1.59
- implemented touchpad-style pointer controls. Touch controls are configured under ‘More Options/Touch.’ Choices are ‘Touch Off’, ‘Front only’, or ‘Front and Back.’ The default is to use only the front panel. Both panels work the same, using relative touch mode. How far a certain finger motion moves the pointer depends on the Mouse Speed setting, which also affects how fast the analog stick moves the mouse.

1.58
- fix ‘movec pcr,d0′ not throwing exception on 68020 (fixes WHDload 18.3)
- recompiled with latest SDL library supporting full analog joystick range

1.57
- sticky virtual keyboard keys implemented. The alt, ctrl, amiga, and shift virtual keyboard keys are now sticky. Press them once to enable and another time to let go of the key. Key combos like “Amiga-Q” can now be entered using the virtual keyboard. The circle button quickly un-sticks all keys.

1.56
- fix keys being pressed when pressing Vita buttons (introduced in 1.55)

1.55
- support for Bluetooth keyboard and mouse added. The Vita doesn’t pair with all Bluetooth keyboard/mouse combos. As a rule, if the keyboard works to highlight bubbles with cursor keys, it should also work in UAE4All. Mouse + keyboard tested working with the “Jelly Comb Mini Bluetooth Keyboard With Mouse Touchpad, ASIN:B06Y56BBYP.” The Amiga keys are mapped to Windows (GUI) keys as well as Page Up/Down.

1.54
- more choices for setting mouse speeds in steps of 0.25 now
- a button can be mapped to “slow mouse” in custom controls. When custom controls are on and that button is held down, the mouse pointer speed is greatly reduced. This is useful for precisely positioning the cursor.

1.53
- fix analog stick angular zone sizes (22.5 degrees per half zone now e.g. eight 45 degree zones)

1.52
- improved joystick diagonals and deadzone when controlling the Amiga joystick with Vita analog stick. The joystick analog-to-digital conversion is now done using a proper radial deadzone with eight symmetric angular zones for the possible directions.

1.51
- fix autofire for ply 2 w/o custom controls

1.50
- fix improved analog deadzone (broken in last release)

1.49
- improved analog mouse deadzone (radial and scaled)

1.48
- cleaned up display menu
- added option to choose menu background

1.47
- new menu background
- fix swapped “Quote”"Backquote” overlay keyboard keys

1.46
- never save autofire button to reduce confusion
- fixed menu navigation bug in HDF file selection

1.45
- added option to use autofire with custom configs, can choose one Vita button that will have autofire, or set it to ‘none’ (default) to turn it off

1.44
- improved contrast of virtual keyboard overlays (thanks to ScHlAuChi for new images)
- added option to choose between US, UK and German virtual keyboard overlay (thanks to ScHlAuChi for new images)

1.43
- full support for up to 4 controllers on Vita TV that can be fully mapped individually
- filelists (adf, hdf, etc) are now sorted alphabetically with directories at the top
- added option to turn off mouse emulation because it often interferes with second player (port 0 joystick) when playing multiplayer on the Vita TV
- added option to turn on sprite-sprite collisions, useful for Spacetaxi 3
- changed blitter default to “immediate” it seems to be more compatible

1.42
- added two player support on Vita TV, second paired Dualshock controller controls the ‘other’ joystick, only works if port is not set to ‘both’
- fixed a crash bug when changing audio parameters while sound was playing

1.41
- assembler optimizations enabled by Cpasjuste, emulator is faster now!

1.40
- disabled the menu entries ’screenwidth’ and ’stylus offset’ that did nothing on the Vita. To show the borders in overscan games like Settlers, simply use the menu option ‘Preset Width’ and set it to >320 for lores, (or >640 for hires). There are choices 352, 384, 704 and 768 that cover the full overscan range.

1.39
- fix sound setting changes not being applied until restart
- fix sound distortion for stereo separation settings 0 (mono) and 25%

1.38
- added stereo separation setting to select between 0 (mono) 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% (stereo, default, original Amiga sound)
- added the blitter options ‘normal, immediate, and improved’ default is ‘normal.’ Might help with some games

1.37
- some fixes to savestates. Now savestates work even with no disk inserted in df0. Savestate file name is now the first available name among df0, boot-hd, hdf2, hdf3, hdf4, df1, df2, df3.

1.36
- added measures to prevent file corruption: Disabled PS button because it caused corruption of hdf files; display a warning about file corruption if the Amiga is writing to hdf while the user tries to exit the program
- fix hdf size checking
- fixed up some menu text
- adjusted quickswitch screenmodes by two pixels

1.35
- now upto four hdf files can be mounted. From my own testing, it looks like 2 Gb is the hdf size limit. Geometry for each file can be changed by manually editing the config file, default is sectors:surfaces:reserved:blocksize=32:1:2:512 for files 1Gb and 32:4:2:512 for files >2Gb. Only files <=2 Gb seem to work.

1.34
- hires support (e.g. 640*256), switchable in display menu. (Select a screen mode with “640″ as width in the first option of the display menu, and the Workbench will be rendered with every pixel. A width of “320″ reverts back to old behavior.)

1.33
- implemented three fully mappable custom configs, configurable in controls menu. Quick switch between them using “L+Start”
- allow the “other joystick” to be mapped in custom controls to the Dpad or any buttons. This only works if ports is not set to “both”. Works great for Llamatron in dual joystick mode!

1.32
- virtual keyboard transparency adjust now toggles between four values, two of which cause zero slow-down when keyboard is displayed.
- resolution/zoom quick switch with R+Start+Dpad left/right is now more responsive

1.31
- Allow menu quit from within sub-menus using ’select’

1.30
- updated autocentering of analog sticks so that both sticks are always auto-centered, not just the one that controls the mouse

1.29
- Changed controls. The virtual keyboard is too useful to put it on an obscure combo. Start Button now toggles the virtual keyboard. When keyboard is active, right analog stick then controls the keyboard’s vertical position and transparency. When keyboard is off, use R+Start+Dpad to move screen up and down and to quick switch between common resolutions. This used to be just Start+Dpad. Now it is R+Start+Dpad.

1.28
- bugfix: the virtual keyboard sometimes sent joystick button presses to the emulator when selecting keys. This has been fixed.

1.27
- virtual keyboard hotkeys added, square = backspace, triangle = toggle shift
- virtual keyboard controls are now more responsive

1.26
- virtual keyboard transparency is now adjustable (START+dpad left/right)
- fixed bug in virtual keyboard initialization where the keyboard send an endless string of ‘ symbols on boot up before it was first opened

1.25
- vastly improved virtual keyboard: The image is now bigger, supports more keys including the shift modifier, and is transparent (thanks to ScHlAuChi for the new keyboard image and many ideas)
- Fixed virtual keyboard not reacting when custom dpad mode was active
- The virtual keyboard can now be moved up and down using start+dpad up and start + dpad down.

1.24
- virtual keyboard (mapped to “hold start then press select”)
- labels in custom control menu now reflect Vita controller
- default analog mouse control deadzone increased from 100 to 1000 to fix mouse pointer drift (can be changed in menu)
- default joystick port set to 1, since the mouse is always on (can be changed in menu)

1.23
- added analog joystick deadzone setting
- implemented autocentering to fix mouse pointer drift on some Vitas. Centering happens on program start and whenever the menu is opened
- START+DPAD left/right for quick switching between different zoomed screenmodes, useful for games like Chaos Engine. Use START+DPAD up/down to center screen after quick switching.

1.22
- fixed broken analog mouse control dead zone and improved mouse analog sensitivity

1.21
- moved shader config to display menu

1.20:
- added analog mouse support with menu option to choose left or right stick for mouse control
- new menu items in misc menu:
shader choice (default: sharp_bilinear_simple)
choice which analog stick to use for mouse
- disabled broken gp2x stylus mode and mouse emu mode
- L/R are mouse buttons now
- screen movement switched from L+R+DPAD to START+DPAD
- START does not switch input modes anymore (mouse is always enabled)
- updated Readme.txt with new Vita control scheme
- fixed misc menu entries for shader and analog mouse
- custom controls menu is now more snappy

<1.20:
- perfect 2x scaling support to reduce pixel wobble
- HD Dir fix (supports one HD Dir & one HDF simultaneously, but max hdf size is still 1 Gb)
- Shader support implemented by Cpasjuste

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6.61 Adrenaline 6 Mod theheroGAC has released 6.61 Adrenaline 6 Mod version 6.1.1U for the PSVita.

- Compatible with LMAN’s tool
- added the shaders vFlux by Rinnegatamante
- Added support for 3.65/3.67

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Tetromino (Tetris) svennd has released Tetromino (Tetris) version 0.8 for the PSVita.

After the release from Aurora, I wanted to give this little homebrew again some love. So I added a few features, most notably in this version is the new retro highscore screen, including blipping stars. Also a hold function is added, I wanted to add it as a setting, but I figured, if you don’t want to (like me) you just don’t use it. Beside that I also added a slightly modified background for every level. This would make modders life, like Aurora’s (thx!) life a bit easier, but it also gives a new dimension to the game.

I wanted to add more modes, including a color match mode, which was close to working, but allot of finetuning where yet needed to release, this has pushed me away from this project and I decided to kick it out for now. I want to do more easier modes (like Touhou’s easy/moderate/hard mode) or quest based levels. So perhaps now these will happen. Anyway, this is a nice incremental update ready for tester :)

# v0.8
* added a top 5 highscore on a separate page
* added a function to add a username to a highscore for multiuser
* cleaned up the game over screen
* every level the background changes
* added hold option, based on the implementation of Aurora
* redone interface for classic to accomodate the hold option and stats
* changed the layout of the stats in classic game over screen
* changed line remove animation, its now color based on amount of lines
* added a new font Retroscape
* added a new font Space Meatball
* dropped unfinished color match mode, to complex

Thanks to all people supporting this homebrew !

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