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do you think imenu is good or bad

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RoMee said:
it's okay, but too slow
too much trouble just for a different look

maybe when a more polished version comes out
it's excellent for people who have a lot of homebrew on it, but If you're just playing games and moonshell I guess it doesn't matter as much
 

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Don't forget this is in development so there's bound to be bugs in it, like 'speed issues' & 'false startups'

Personnally I like it - although I've not had much success running it - the 'setting up' needs to be more streamlined (I have suggested a PC program to copy/create the necessary file for it) as I believe it could be a little tricky for a complete newbie to make sure he/she has the right files in the right folder with the right lines in the ini etc
 

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CannonFoddr said:
Don't forget this is in development so there's bound to be bugs in it, like 'speed issues' & 'false startups'

Personnally I like it - although I've not had much success running it - the 'setting up' needs to be more streamlined (I have suggested a PC program to copy/create the necessary file for it) as I believe it could be a little tricky for a complete newbie to make sure he/she has the right files in the right folder with the right lines in the ini etc
let me try to explain this

for every single icon, there is a corresponding .ini file in /_iMenu/_ini
the title of the .ini does not matter, but you should name it the same as the application that it's loading for organization's sake

This is what DSGame looks like
CODE[plug setting]
icon=/_imenu/_images/dsgame.bmp
mask=/_imenu/_images/dsgame_mask.bmp
name=DSGame
file=/_dstwo/dsgame.nds
dock=1
The first line is for the picture, which you should place in /_imenu/_images

the second line is the mask, which is was makes the edges smooth for all of the icons, this can be the same mask for each icon, it does not need to be copied over and over (this can universally be "/_imenu/mask.bmp")

the third line is what the game will be named within iMenu when you load it up

the fourth line links to the file that you are loading, in this case dsgame.nds

the last line is only included if you want that icon to be placed on the dock, only 4 icons can be on the dock

I have no idea how to organize them, it seems to be when they were placed in the /_imenu/_ini folder

yes it does take a long time to set up but the result is awesome
smile.gif
 

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The only serious error that I see him is that the screen is much sencible and that there is no control for pad (only tactil) one might add the support for the buttons L/R to move between screens or the option to add/remove 'bookmarks' in case of arranging the applications to our taste..
But to be the first version it is very well..
 

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