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  1. #61
    condorstrike Guest
    Thanks boss, I even did a little homage to this site and Dean of course in theme 18...

    Thanks for the support, and for letting share my small contribution to the scene through this wonderful site... and if I can be of any help, just ask.

  2. #62
    NiPiBe Guest
    Hi!! Great themes so far! I've tried all! It would be great if you make one dark, dedicated to the Silent hill Series, with Pyramid Head obviously!!

  3. #63
    bitsbubba Guest
    awesome job condorstrike, my new theme is gonna be Onyx, thanks a lot keep up the good work.

  4. #64
    condorstrike Guest
    I'm actually thinking of making xmb themes... but I'm not sure if to hold-off, since I don't know if custom firmwares are going to replace the xmb or just incorporate into it... most probably the latter.

    either way I'm still going to make multiMan themes, but want to do more...

    any suggestions?

  5. #65
    bitsbubba Guest
    did you figure out the icon problem yet?

  6. #66
    condorstrike Guest
    not yet, but it should be fixed with dean's next release... and if he implements the xml to install themes, then that should also take care of the problem, can't wait... hopefully by tomorrow...

    well, Dean released his new 01.12.00 version and now the icon should be fixed...

    confirmed, it works... after you install the new theme and go in/out of multiMan, the new Icon will be changed, thanks Dean.

  7. #67
    tonybologna Guest
    Q: How to change multiMAN's background music?
    A: Pick a MP3 file of your choice. Rename it to SOUND.BIN. Copy it to /dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/ on your PS3.
    When I rename my MP3 file from PC it shows as .BIN.MP3 instead of just .BIN file. Do I need to convert it to .BIN first or will .BIN.MP3 format still work from the directory? Thanks!

  8. #68
    barrybarryk Guest
    no you need check the show extensions for known file types box in the view properties dialog box within explorer, then you can delete the .mp3 and replace it as .bin

  9. #69
    tonybologna Guest
    Why didn't I think of that. Been through that before on PC. Thanks for the reminder.

  10. #70
    condorstrike Guest
    ok guys, here's an new theme. Condorstrike 21: Star-Trek 2k9. and as always thanks Dean and Ps3news.

    If you like it, please say so... and sorry for the crappy camera pics.

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