You can switch without deinstalling. There is a package in the first post with the original theme. Download it and you can always go back to it.
Great updates lately!!
Just a quick one - what size do the covers need to be as I want to add some of the missing ones.
Also is it possible in any of the future updates to add a set button password to enable disable the copy/delete functions rather than having to copy and delete new options.ini everytime I want to alter things? such as hold select and press up-down-lef-right to unlock/lock these functions.
If you take a look at the installed covers you'll find they're 260x300px JPG.
Yes, beautiful theme, nice colors and everything, finally some tech style. Thanks! I still cannot +Rep you, i have to give around some reputation, lol.
thanks, that was the fastest theme i've done, and came out really good...
i think this 1 i'll keep as my default for a while, love the icons... and Dean, nice...
Is there anyone around with BD writer and a spare BD-RE disc to check if it is possible to launch a game off a non original (recordable) BD disc?
I tested with DVD media but games load just to a point and error out, because the drive doesn't serve the files.
I created a small application which will appear on the Game XMB column as BD-ROM and will allow you to launch a game burned to a disc, which the PS3 doesn't recognize as genuine BD game disc.
If there is anyone around with bd burner - let me know and I'll post the PKG (it is just 170KB). (edit: to the post) attached
Last edited by deank; 12-18-2010 at 12:43 PM
danm, if i was home i would do it, and i have multiple brands...
getting DVD media to work would be even more awesome.
I couldn't make it work with DVD+RW and most games are bigger than 4.4GB so it is not really useful. I the PKG in the previous post so let me know if you find time to check it out. attached
Last edited by deank; 12-18-2010 at 12:44 PM
what about dl dvd's?
also what is the "lost and found folder" on my ps3?
I attached the PKG so you can test DVD-DL yourself. I can't test everything.
lost+found is a standard *nix folder. It contains files/folders found after a disk check after an improper shutdown/lock/etc.