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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by rockstar99, Apr 1, 2010.
How do I do it?
I believe it is in the GUI/Audio Settings...The jacket images option. I'm not totally sure (hate album art too, so I always took it out).
Nope nothing there
jacket image option is only available @ v2.10 . which disables album art on the music file.
Provided you are using 2.10. Go GUI/Audio Settings and change it to Filelist. Scroll down and you will see that jacket image option.
Alternatively use something like mp3tag and take out all the album arts.
It looks like it is in the moonshl2.ini in the "FileList" section. (I downloaded an older version just now)
What is it but is it Car Supply Mode?
; The mode for the car accessory is made effective. 0= Normal, 1= For car.
; When the L/R button is pushed, simple help is displayed. 0= Hide, 1= Show.
; An upper and lower screen is replaced. 0= Normal, 1= Swapped.
; Comes off the folder with B button. 0= Music stop, 1= Folder up.
; When the START button is pushed long, it deletes a file. The execution button is simplified. 0= L+R+A buttons, 1= X+A buttons.
; The EXIF thumbnail image is iconized. 0= Unused, 1= Used.
; The screen saver is used. 0= Unused, 1= Used.
; The cover image is used. for jacket.bmp and MP3/M4A art-works. 0= Unused, 1= Used.
ShowCoverImage=1 -> 0
; Power off timer. The power supply shuts down when there is no input during specified time. 0= Disabled.
BTW I can't tell if you are just being stupid on April Fools Day. Especially because that sentence makes no sense to me.
I dont have teh last 3 options in my .ini
Which moonshell version are you using? That part of the moonshell2.ini I posted is from moonshell 2.09.
In moonshell 2.10, some options have moved from the .ini to the settings menu.
What is the car supply-mode?
I'm still none the wiser
I THINK what it does is change the way the buttons work since normal Moonshell use is:
R Double Tap+Hold: Seek Forward (1% )
L Double Tap then Hold: Seek Backward (1% )
R Triple Tap: Standby Mode
R Double Tap: Next Track
(there's no 'standard' Moonshell keys for 'Mute')