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5. August 2015 at 14:15 #2745
*Edit* – only works with v1.0.30+ (created with beta version before official release).
2560×1440 (Galaxy Note 4 N910F):
– Absolute mouse
– Two-finger tap for right mouse click
– “Built-in” workaround for the nasty mouse issues in Win95: keys that invoke menus also trigger the “mouse reset” widget to re-align absolute mouse. Gets off course everytime you enter a menu. 😉
– Swipe up/down for Arrow up/down (to scroll lists in shops)
– Hold “Fight” key (sword) to stand and fight (=LShift)5. August 2015 at 17:25 #2746adminKeymaster
Thank you Alex, this layout is perfect:)
This layout will work in version 1.0.30, because contains features from beta version
5. August 2015 at 18:27 #2747
Oh yeah, mouse reset in deadly strike. Got used to it so quickly… 😉6. August 2015 at 16:48 #2750adminKeymaster
😉 No problem;) The version 30 will go out soon.17. January 2016 at 18:06 #3059infernoxzxParticipant
Alex, Nice this layout.Thanks22. January 2016 at 11:49 #3079
You’re welcome, thanks!25. February 2016 at 17:47 #3361xTMODxParticipant
Thanks! I will use it on my Note 4 N910C 🙂9. March 2016 at 18:53 #3403
Glad you like it!
I see you have the N910C. Could you perhaps do me a favor and run the Doom shareware timedemo for me?
It’s the most commonly used Doom benchmark (check out this database).
You can download it here, and run it inside Dosbox with the command “doom -timedemo demo3”. It’s important to use the demo3 addition.
I know that’s quite something to ask, but I’m not really satisfied with the Dosbox/NEON performance of my N910F’s Snapdragon chipset. It’s hardly faster than my Note 2 (Exynos), so I need some comparison scores before I decide if I’ll go for the Exynos or Snapdragon variant of the Note 6. 😉
Thanks in advance!18. September 2017 at 23:35 #4927LarrynhoParticipant
How do this layout works for Diablo 2? Just got it working and Im thinking into test layouts…19. September 2017 at 9:28 #4929
I’ve made a short gameplay video. IIRC, it’s the same layout. Note that the video is choppier than the real thing. The game is running almost perfectly well on our S7 edge. 🙂19. September 2017 at 9:35 #4930
Make sure to edit the expert settings. I set it to 80.000 cycles max, but the S7 can handle up to ~130.000. I’d suggest you simply set cycles=max 120% (or 110% if you get sound skipping). The increased 120% limit (from 105% in “stock” Dosbox) has been introduced with the last update of Magic Dosbox, and gives a nice performance boost.19. September 2017 at 10:43 #4933LarrynhoParticipant
Done, working like a charm ;D thanks for the tip.
edit: btw: I suscribed to your channel, nice videos 😀19. September 2017 at 11:04 #4934
Thanks, glad you like them. Initially, I was just testing out Samsung’s cool recording feature. Should make some more in the future. 😉6. July 2020 at 12:01 #8079N00BIKParticipant
how did you manage to calibrate the absolute mouse?6. July 2020 at 12:24 #8084
Trial and error. You’ll need to enter the ingame settings, then “Advanced Settings” -> “Manual Correction”, tick “Enabled”, and play with the correction values. In case of Diablo 2 (where I’m just using my Diable 2 layout), it’s easy: 640×480 (game resolution). In Windows 95, you’ll also have to enable “Block mouse move” and use “msmouse” correction in most cases.
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