i am new in this thread. one question: every time i install new version of this file manager(now it is .17) i must disinstall the old one?
No. There is no need to uninstall. Simply install it and it will overwrite the old version. It won't affect your games.
I added support for .mp3 and .wav files import into the virtual folder (PS3 music library) /ps3_home/music. This and some other things later today in 01.10.18. All mp3 tags like album/genre/artist are transferred, too.
You can now update to version 01.10.18:
* Proper detection of Blu-ray Video discs
* New options in the .ini to set mouse deadzone in percents for R/L sticks
* Added MP3/WAV/AAC file/folder copy support to /ps3_home/music (XMB Music tab)
* Added PNG/JPG file/folder copy support to /ps3_home/photo (XMB Photo tab)
guys, i'm making a Batman theme... i'll release it tonight or tomorrow morning.
thanks for the new release Dean.
I delayed packaging the latest theme you posted because you said something about changing the screens. If so - I'll wait; if not - do you want to pack it?
sorry... the one in post #1527 is good.
yeah, the screen is fixed, you can pack that one, thanks...
*condorstrike: I don't know if you really use multiMAN, but:
SELECT: does nothing
START: does nothing
It is a bit misleading in your theme images...
There is no "HOMEBREW" mode in multiMAN.
SELECT + START -> File manager
I don't know what you meant by "SELECT->BD setup" and "START->Brew" (unless you made your PS3 brew some beer or whiskey)
i'm so sorry, i never got around to changing it cause i thought you were going to implement it... that's why i named it like that... i'll correct it in the new versions and post the screen for all the current ones...
so, you want it to be: SELECT + START -> File manager, right...?
i'll get on it, and sorry.
or do you want me to repackage them, and send them to you...?
That would be amazing, and it would obviously mean mkv-support - and you seem to share the same view that whoever achieves this, well, it would be a MAJOR coup if it can be done.
I fully understand the potential, I was just approaching it from the POV that adding media features that can already be achieved via existing apps, in my opinion, isn't that worthwhile (although obviously it's nothing to do with me and completely up to Dean!). The first thing you learn as a dev is not to re-invent the wheel, but for all I know, all the media things that Dean's added might have been fairly simple to achieve, but what's the point if they're not quite as good as what's already available.
That's why I love the AVCHD > internal HDD feature of this manager, that's something nothing else can give you.
And let me just confirm that in NO way do i think this stuff is a) easy to do b) that it doesn't take time c) that i'm not infinitely grateful to Dean for everything he's done (actually more so for multiAVCHD ) d) think this is THE best manager.