105w ago - MultiMAN PS3 Game Manager version 02.00.01 (T00-T14) is now available, which features several fixes including the handling of NETHOST definitions in the options.ini file.
Fixed: handling of themes_dir and covers_dir options in options.ini
Fixed: handling of NETHOST definitions in options.ini
Changed: Remember user font selection on exit (prevents reverting to theme font at each startup)
File Manager related:
Added: Context menu in File Manager (similar to right-click) with CIRCLE button (all other shortcuts are removed)
Changed: Removed File Manager from mode list (L1/R1 skips it)
Changed: File size in File Manager shown with 2 decimal precision
Added: "File Manager Access" option in SETTINGS XMMB column - PIN protected - to disable FileManager mode
Changed: Key to select multiple files/folders: [SQUARE] (was [select])
Added: "Poster and Cover Alteration" option in XMMB Settings column
Added: Current selection in Settings column remembered
Fixed: Applying themes now changes text colors immediately in XMMB mode (clock, option names, game column title)
Added: Video thumbnails for XMMB VIDEO column (3840x3840 max res):
- for external (non-XMB) video files: Example:
--- movie name: my_video.avi
--- thumbnail : my_video.avi.jpg, my_video.avi.JPG, my_video.jpg, my_video.JPG
- for internal (XMB) videos - .STH thumbnail generated by the PS3 is used
Added thumbnail support for AVCHD, BDMV and DVD video structures (POSTER.JPG, COVER.JPG)
Added thumbnail support for AVCHD, BDMV (multiAVCHD compatible /HDAVCTN/BDMT_O1.jpg, /BDMV/META/DL/HDAVCTN_O1.jpg)
Added thumbnail support for PHOTO column (for JPEG images with resolution up to 3840x3840)
Added: Last game selection is remembered in XMMB mode after restart and after switching to other display modes
Improved: No more reloading of XMMB columns each time you leave/enter XMMB mode or game/system submenu
Changed: Scanning for content while in XMMB doesn't show the ugly "Scanning..." screen
Removed: File extentions for known media files in MUSIC/PHOTO/VIDEO XMMB columns
Added: Download Themes application in WEB XMMB column (thanks to S4BRE and condorstrike for hosting)
Added: Visit multiMAN forum link in WEB XMMB column
Graphics fixed: Downloading files via web browser while in XMMB mode
Link to 02.00.01 (T14) (supports downloadable themes; thanks for web hosting goes to S4BRE and condorstrike)
Diablo theme by whompus60 used in preview:
Shine theme by opium2k used in preview:
Here is a link to the pre-MEGA pack with themes from the screenshot:
Themes in PKG format, ready for install: multiMAN 2.0 [14 Themes].rar (206.57 MB) (pkg files are not signed and can be used by 3.41CFW/OFW, 3.55KMEAW)
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Today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer MCLUB has released a MultiMAN PS3 Cover Index Cleaner v1.00 (PNG-HQ / JPG-LQ) for those seeking to remove unnecessary covers (34 images with mistaken Title IDs) from the database created by MCLUB.
To quote: My Tool can clean Index Cover Folder in JPG/PNG.
Step1 put "MM Cover Index Cleaner (JPG) 1.00 by.MCLUB.exe" in Folder (JPG) or (PNG)
Step2 Start Program
Step3 Press Enter
This Clean (34 bad id) Covers from 4391 to 4357 MM Covers.. Good for Cover Index Cleaner.
Very Big thanks goes to deank best ever Homebrew and Loader on PS3 !!! Cover Updates Coming Soon...
Also in related news from aldostools comes a similar http://aldostools.org/temp/remove_unnecessary_covers.sc in case someone wants to delete the unnecessary covers from multiMAN's covers folder in your PS3 (/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers/)
;Replace "ps3" with the IP of your PS3 console
To quote: "With my http://aldostools.org/ps3ftpclient.rar (updated to add script support) the script could work also with the Windows' FTP.exe using the following CMD line:
but you have to edit the script with a text editor (eg. notepad) to specify the proper IP of your PS3 console. The script could work also as a batch (with little or any change), if it is renamed to .cmd or .bat, to delete local files."