In case you haven't heard of PC2PSP it is an PSP application to allow you to view a 480x272 area ,around the cursor on your PC ,on your PSP. It was orginally written as I couldn't get Portable VNC for the PSP (Ported by zx-81) working (In case you were wondering I did get it to work later). It soon developed mouse control and the ability to send strings of text. This is the fourth and possibly final release though so enjoy.
Sanguinus / Prox9
I have done another release and addressed a few issues and included some stuff. Such as you can now control the mouse using the analogue stick. Also there is right click (X). It is faster (I think you may want to post if you got a speed increase). But mouse control is definitely smoother.
Analogue Mouse Control
Speed Increases - i.e. more fps
Smoother Mouse Control
Config file to choose quality
This is probably my final release unless some easily do able changes are requested. I will be uploading the source code for the EXE sooner or later as well for people to edit although it requires VB6.
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