Hi Dean - a mall Buf Report:
While in the File mananager mode using the Up / Down arrow controller keys this happens:
When scrolling down the cursors scroll behind the last item in the list over the "empty" lines rather than simply stopping at the last item.
When scrolling up (on the list longer than the screen) from the possition when the top ".." line was move up out of the view in the last step it will "double jump" - so cursor after one press of the button ends up AVOVE the ".." line rather then ON it which is a bit annoying as you'd usually use it to go one folder up. This is caused by scrolling the list at the same time and while the top of the list is reached.
It would be also nice to have some kind of indication the list is longer than the screen / continuing above or bellow the limist of the screen - like small arrows up / down on the side / top of each list and - or maybe even having the indication in the bottonm file info bar - something like 25 of 50 (or 25 / 50).
And - while in XMMB mode - with large amount of Video files (170) the mM stalls quite often for long time usually me resulting to use the PS button to Quit.
Also - several more or less "cosmetic" observations / suggestion:
While in XMMB mode using the Left / Right keys while trying to get quickly accross several columns left or right by holding the key it has a noticeable delays as it tries to "load" the content of each column even when the key is still held so the "fast" horizontal move is jumpy. I think it would be more smooth to load / paint the column only once the button is released.
Quite often I want to go from Favorited to multiMAN column which currently take 6x Left to get there. While you've implement the vertical roling over of the menu would you consider the horizontal one as well (even as an optional in the setting)? This would "speed " movement between those two columns 3x ai it would take only two moves left or right ...
While scrolling up / down is very nice and smooth (and animated) the roll over from top to botom (or vice versa) isn't and feels pretty unnatural comparing to the rest of the movement in the menu. It simply JUMPS over rather then scroll over as with the normal vertical movement.
Thanks Dean for all your effort and time investet in the developemnt of the far best manager around!
*Small Bug Report* indeed - I must be blind to miss that after several proofreadings ... Boss - any update on extending the post editing limit? Two minutes is really REALLY low - I'd say at least 5 would benefit both users as well as you
And Dean - one more thing - I've noticed that you can overwrite already existing file while copying in the File manager mode without any warnings - is that by design or could this be an additional / optional parameter?