Hacking Plugin that WON'T work on 6.60 Pro-C2..?

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So I've recently upgraded my PSP 1000 to 6.60 Pro-C2 and figured I might as well try out Birth by Sleep Final Mix w/translation patch 1.0.12. Sure enough I'm being forced to select things with the "O" button now as the Japanese have been doing for ages. However I am aware that there's a way to change this button configuration using the MacroFire plugin (version 3.2.9) which is the plugin I can't get to work.

I tried using this tutorial to get it set-up, but in that tutorial there was no mention of the "src" folder which appears to contain a lot of important plugin-related data. As expected the plugin was unresponsive without the "src" folder so I placed it in the root of my memory stick and still the plugin was not responding when I pressed both the volume + and - buttons simultaneously.

This is by no means a confirmation that said plugin won't work with 6.60 Pro-C2 cfw, especially since I have no experience using this plugin successfully on any other cfw, but it's still very odd to me that I can't get MarcoFire to work... :/

Just what exactly did I do wrong?
 

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/src is the source code of the plugin. Like Rydian had said, it is not needed.

Think of it like a baking recipe. Why do you need the recipe when you already finished baking? (macrofire.prx is the finished cake)

Did you put a space between .prx and 1, like ms0:/seplugins/macrofire.prx 1

If it still doesn't work, keep in mind that is an old plugin. It is very possible that this plugin is for 5.XX CFW and does not work with 6.XX CFW.
 

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Did you put a space between .prx and 1, like ms0:/seplugins/macrofire.prx 1
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It's no wonder it wasn't working because as it turns out I didn't put a space between the "x" and "1". Thanks to both of you for the help since now I can confirm that MarcoFire v3.2.9 does in fact work just fine with 6.60 Pro-C2 cfw.

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