features of directories not working

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Dec 18, 2007
  1. redsquash
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    Newcomer redsquash Newbie

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    Installed ver 2.8 for M3DS real but there is a constant background image of the characters of a movie player.

    Consequently its difficult to read the names of the games . A blank background would make it very easy to read.
    What can I do to correct this?


    I downloaded moonshl and installed..........was this necessary? somone made a comment that moonshell was already installed. If true will I be using the downloaded version or the on board version

    I created a folder called NDS for my mp3 music files but when i try to locate them I locate a root directory with all files including NDS.
    The same applies when I press the games icon

    Games play and music plays bit I don't seem to be using moonshl or m3 directory capabilities correctly.
    I seem to get redirected to the root directory and from there I select the appropriate folder to play a game or music.
     
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    You store your games in the NDS folder. If you want to store your music name a folder like "music' where you can find later.
     
  3. redsquash
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    The games work fine in the nds folder but how do I use the M3 REAL icons to access the music folder I created.
    The M3 icons just point to the root directory which is where I put my music folder.

    I want the music icon to open up the list of music files

    How do I make the background image disappear when trying to read game titles or music titles?
     
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    You need to enter the Multimedia player then play your music from there.
     
  6. Keamar

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    redsquash, Unfortunately the manual won't help and as far as I know the R3DSR isn't going to do what you are trying to make it do (but you probably already figured this out).

    The same place you created the NDS folder (on the root of the SD card) also create a Music folder (or call it anything you want). In this folder put all your music. When you go to Media-Extend the music icon will take you to the root of the SD card and then you will have to browse to your music folder. Yes there is a music icon but it isn't tied to any special folder like the NDS icon and folder are. It takes you the same place all the other icons take you, namely the root. If someone knows otherwise please correct me.

    I don't think Media-Extend is skinable. If you want to skin the regular M3DSR interface you can but there is only 1 bottom screen picture which is used everywhere. If you don't like the image then create a new one. Skin2 works great for me. I can easily read all the text. If you loaded Moonshell, it is also skinable.

    Hope this helps.
     

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