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  1. #1381
    cpaiva68 Guest
    everything works better everyday, by the way dean, i was last year at Bansko and love it i will return there for sure.

  2. #1382
    muny21 Guest
    dean thanks for doing the server like that. it is much better that way. keep up the good work.

  3. #1383
    condorstrike Guest
    Hi guys... new theme, condorstrike4... hope you like, and as always thanks Dean.

  4. #1384
    deank Guest
    Here is the promised GAME_DATA_INSTALLATION pack with

    * 4 themes by condorstrike
    * 1 original multiMAN theme

    Each theme is packed in installable .PKG file, which will alter ONLY the images of your current multiMAN installation.

    Dean

    Contents:

    multiMAN 01.10.15 [Theme Condorstrike #1].pkg
    multiMAN 01.10.15 [Theme Condorstrike #2].pkg
    multiMAN 01.10.15 [Theme Condorstrike #3].pkg
    multiMAN 01.10.15 [Theme Condorstrike #4].pkg
    multiMAN 01.10.15 [Theme multiMAN Original].pkg

  5. #1385
    attie Guest
    thank you so much, looking for games on the HDD is so much more fun with your backup manager!

  6. #1386
    Stormy1987 Guest
    i just tried out the streaming from my Computer and playing mp3s in the Filemanager. Works excellent

    do you plan to make it work on a NAS or is this even already possible?

    looking forward for your releases. best manager ever

  7. #1387
    randomusername Guest
    Sorry, how do we actually use the theme .pkg's ? Presumably we copy over to USB and install from there ? Or can we use the file manager to do it ?

  8. #1388
    Stormy1987 Guest
    i used the usb method. works fine. thanks for the themes. like number 1 best

  9. #1389
    deank Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by randomusername View Post
    Sorry, how do we actually use the theme .pkg's ? Presumably we copy over to USB and install from there ? Or can we use the file manager to do it ?
    You install a PKG just as any other PKG. Install one, launch multiMAN, check the looks - that's it. If you want to try another one, exit multiMAN, install another PKG, etc.

  10. #1390
    randomusername Guest
    Nice, thanks for the help - but can you just use the File Manager, copy the pkg over and then install, or do you have to do it via USB ?

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