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Thread: MultiMAN - themes, background music and interface modifications

  1. #321
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    I am a fan of tropical pics (peaceful, tranquil, nature, vacation-esque type settings)... I have some on my PC's as backgrounds so this is a definite +Rep in my book condorstrike! If I actually had the time to use my PS3, this would be my MultiMAN Theme of choice out of your other 41.

  2. #322
    condorstrike Guest
    Thanks Boss, I'm a fan myself...

    btw, it has a nice background song/waves, and the screensaver came out really cool.

  3. #323
    Sagarp14 Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by bitsbubba View Post
    if this ever happens again, try taking the .mmt file from the previous theme and renaming it to the name of the theme missing it and placing it in that theme's directory.
    Yup that's exactly what I did when I was experimenting trying to figure out how to apply the theme. I just took fallout's .mmt and moved it into the zelda theme folder. Worked just fine. Thanks for the help guys.

  4. #324
    bitsbubba Guest
    I took the best of 3 different themes renamed folder to custom renamed .mmt to custom now I have a custom condorstrike theme.

  5. #325
    stroke619 Guest
    like the new theme condorstrike

    also by the way looked everywhere but probably missed it, but how do you take screenshots?

  6. #326
    costocart Guest
    ahhh... a fresh new theme... thanks mate.

  7. #327
    matrixdts Guest
    Thanks Condorstrike. Great Theme!

  8. #328
    evertonsteve Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by bitsbubba View Post
    it's in the second post on the first page of this thread.
    thanks mate!

  9. #329
    nathanj Guest
    how to install this?

  10. #330
    condorstrike Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by nathanj View Post
    how to install this?

    1) Install Mega-Pack or single Themes from xmb.
    2) Start multiMan, and go to "Filer Manager" by pressing [select+start]
    3) Move pointer to [themes] tab and press X.
    4) The list of Themes will show on the right pane, Hover over to it and click on a Theme.
    5) Highlight and click om the .MMT file, done!!!

    If you can't see all the themes, you have to press R2 to scroll down the list.

    The Theme will automatically load and become the default, Enjoy.
    And thanks Dean, for multiMan.

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