128w ago - After creating Simple AVCHD Manager - the first AVCHD manager for a jailbroken PS3 - some of the other programs I have been exploring had the requirement for a file selection screen in common, so i decided to create a simple file manager utilising a pointer like Multiman and added some other useful functions.
As this is only version 0.1 it has a few areas that need cleaned up and only has some of the planned functionality implemented.
Any bugs, feature requests etc can be reported to me here at ps3news.com
While problems are not expected to exist the potential is there so any usage is entirely at your own risk.
Allows shortcuts to be defined in SFM_options.ini - named this way so multiple option files for different applications can be stored
in the same directory on a usb device.
Allows selection of multiple files for copy/move/delete.
Allows folder size to be calculated and displayed, along with number of files etc.
In Device list
X - open in left panel
O - open in right panel
In left/right panels
L1 - Page Up
L2 - Page Down
L3 - Add Shortcut to Device list
R1 - Get folder size
R2 - Select file/folder
R3 - Future - Rename function
X - Enter Directory
O - Up directory
/\ - Copy selected files/folders
 - Delete selected files/folders
SELECT - Toggle Controls
L3 - Future - Save shortcuts to ini file
R2 - Toggle Selection
/\ - Move selected files/folders
Planned to be implemented future in versions (time permitting on which of these get done as some will need investigation to
Better progress display when copying multiple files
Play media files
alternative visualisations for audio playback
Rename/Create Directory and other standard file manager functions
Display text files
Edit text files
User configuration in INI file of colour scheme
Ability to display/copy contents of Archives
Allow to be called in single panel mode by other programs and return the selected file/folder to the calling program
Other functions that are requested will be considered
Apologies for the rubbish screenshots will try to get better ones for the next release.
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