11-30-2010 #1221deank Guest
The idea of the test is to check for characters like
Okay.. I found a way to test it (using Google translator)
I tested "Bulgarian"/"Russian", "Spanish", "French" and "Japanese" and they work!
11-30-2010 #1222michaelstone Guest
ok apparently i'm of no use... thought i could just change languages in system menu but no luck... i'll try and find some mp3's from other languages... the font looks good though...
11-30-2010 #1223AluPL Guest
or Pchnąć w tę łódź jeża lub ośm skrzyń fig.
(polish unicodes ftw) =D
11-30-2010 #1224deank Guest
It doesn't show all chars for the polish... Seems central european is not working properly... It shows only
Pchną w t łód je a lub o m skrzy fig
some characters are there, but some not.
11-30-2010 #1225Richthofen Guest
multiman game folder naming convention
Quick question. Hopefully this hasn't been asked before. Googled, but didn't find the info.
When I backup a game using Open Backup Manager the resulting folder name includes the Game ID (BCUS-98111):
When I backup a game (Final Fantasy XIII) using multiMAN 10.10 the resulting folder has a name like (MRTC00003):
Why does multiMAN use this naming convention instead of using the Game ID? What is the advantage/purpose?
Thanks in advance for answering my question.
PS is there a way to "trim" titles to reduce their size?
11-30-2010 #1226Strizay Guest
I see you manager has cover support now. What is the resolution required and what is the storage directory for the covers?
11-30-2010 #1227michaelstone Guest
its had cover support forever... not sure res... but it will dl the covers for you automatically...
11-30-2010 #1228Strizay Guest
no, it's always had the basic theme forever. Now it appears from the OP that it can display covers in a cover flow style.
11-30-2010 #1229michaelstone Guest
all the games ive backed up with multiman have been named properly...
11-30-2010 #1230drizzt84 Guest
MRTC00003 is the GameID of Final Fantasy XIII, multiman just uses GAME Id without dashes (-) as the original PSJailbreak backup manager does.