The last source code released is in the first post (01.07.00). It is not so easy to change it to search for 999 usb devices. I will look at it when I have time.
11-23-2010 #1012Originally Posted by majokaese
Hi deanrr, first of all thanks for your great manager
Could you please add something? Some games have very much files (e.g. Guitar Hero series or Burnout Paradise) and multiMAN counts them before it starts to copy the files. This takes very much time (I aborted after 15 minutes)
Would it be possible to e.g. abort the counting progress after 1 oder 2 minutes? This would be great
Sorry for my English
Maybe there's something wrong in the multiMAN's RAM management...
I added check for over 2500 files. It will be available in the next version later today, along with /ps3_home folder.
Great, thank you
But what will happen, if you want to copy more than 2500 files?
I suppose the check will repeat itself every 2500 Files?
You misunderstood... Before each copy, multiMAN needs to know the total size of the content - that's why it scans. With many files it takes time, so here is what I did:
If checking a folder from USB device, multiMAN will stop checking after 30 seconds (or 4000 files) and will proceed with normal copy, without displaying the actual progress, because there is no way to know how many total bytes need to be transferred.
Just like the original backup manager - you'll have to wait until it finishes.
So in the worst case it will take up to 30 seconds for copy to start.
Don't worry - all files will be copied
Also a new option in the .ini
Sets value in seconds of time to pass before dimming the title names. Setting 0 will not dim the tittle names.
You can now update to 01.10.06. First post also updated.
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Dude you're kicking butt with Multiman, so many features...
more than Sony pretty soon... you rock.
Great dean, thank you so much
This manager is the best. Dean, congratulations, you do a very good job.
I just added the 'inactivity' option to the file manager, too... It will activate after 6 * dim_titles seconds (with 5sec default it means after 30 seconds). So now you get a nice blue sliding background after half min of inactivity.
My plasma TV started to burn-in multiMAN menus, and I really needed this option.
Also MP3 files up to 52 mins (160kbps) or 26min (320kbps) now should work (like album mp3s) (48MB max), and there is [now playing] info in the [l2] setup screen. I'll have to find a better place to display it in the next version.
But that's for the next update.