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This is a discussion on Sidedock 3.90 M33 within the PSP Themes, Mods & Media forums, part of the PSP Chat category; Put together and made by Kratosjohn, I thank assyrianpimp09 for him helping me by making me a blank main icon, ...
Last edited by Kratosjohn; 04-10-2008 at 06:42 PM.
wow, we go from Dock themes, to side themes, nice anyway il put this in my CTF collection
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working on Zuno, an uno like game
[QUOTE=FreePlay]It's a picture of a monkey. There, I spoiled it for you.[/QUOTE]
Nice, but why is the menu name repeated twice? Shouldn't one suffice?
Edit: Ah, my bad. The first picture made it clear now.
I really like it, it's not to simple and doesn't take the whole screen.
yeah it looks awsome. Well done
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nice work indeed:Punk:
[FONT="Century Gothic"][FIELDSET=][COLOR="Black"][CENTER][SIZE="3"][URL="http://forums.qj.net/showthread.php?t=120185#"][B][U]SIDE XMB[/U][/B][/URL][/SIZE][/CENTER]
[CENTER][SIZE="2"][CENTER][SIZE="2"][URL="http://forums.qj.net/showthread.php?t=119026"][GUIDE] How to move icons in the XMB & Create Compressed PRX's[/URL][/SIZE][/CENTER]
[URL="http://forums.qj.net/showthread.php?t=118774"][GUIDE] How to Launch App From XMB Using An Icon [/URL][/SIZE][/CENTER][/COLOR][/FIELDSET][/FONT]
Using it. Thank you.
It's amazing.. Thank you.
P.S: Can you post the 3rd background?
Ehh. Looks ok. :)
if the icons moved more fluidly it would be better in my opinion
This theme is gorgeous. I love it. It's like secks on a platta...
looks alright... nice job dudes! :Punk:
it really makes me happy that someone actually uses my wallpapers. ^_^
Theme looks nice.
yeah the only beef i have is that I hate how the menu items don't move, they just jump to each other. though i suppose i could just modify it myself.
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...ok has anyone been able to decompress the paf? Custom XMB editor says it did but it doesn't write any output file. And PRX Compressor saves a 0 byte file that doesn't have anything.
Last edited by mohaas05; 04-12-2008 at 02:08 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
Originally Posted by mohaas05
thats because i manually compressed it so no one would steal it and try to use it in their theme
i don't see the point. I compared it to the paf in Inacor MCE and theres virtually no difference, just the unfoucused icon opacity and movement.Originally Posted by Kratosjohn
hey how do i install this?
original black psp 1000 on 3.90 m33-3 with blue buttons
1.5( i think)>2.0>2.6>1.5>3.71 m33>3.71 m33-3>1.5>3.71 m33-2>3.71 m33-4>3.90>3.90 m33-3>3.93>3.90>3.90 m33-3
Can you make it compatible with UTF?
Last edited by powercat; 04-14-2008 at 12:47 PM.
hello, just looking at the pictures i can tell this theme looks amazing ^^
sadly, I'm very new to the theme customizing scene and have looked around everywhere, but can't seem to find a solid guide on how to install a theme like this.
If anyone could post how exactly you install this type of theme, i would appreciate it very much.
Thanks for your time
Use Cxmb v3.0: (and how to install)
Then you wanna use CTF themes. It's the easiest way for n00bs. ;)
yeah, i just found that guide and started to follow it.
I am currently working with a slim so i was going by the CXMB 3.0 Lite directions. I downloaded the file and unrar'd it i dropped the cxmb folder onto my psp's root, but I can't seem to find anything called /seplugins/vsh.txt to add that line of text to in order to get it to show up in the plugin's part of the recovery mode
okay, well, i played around a bit more and got it working, thanks again for the help ^^
Last edited by nao_hikari; 04-15-2008 at 07:36 PM.
I'm just getting my head around custom themes (CTFs specifically) for the first time. I've got the plugin working and loading the CTFs themselves fine, but I can't seem to get the 'backgrounds' working. most CTFs I've seen come with a seperate 'wallpaper' or 'wallpapers' folder, but no folder structure to say where they go. since most of these folders contain around 8 images, I assume that the theme is meant to automatically switch backgrounds depending on which part of the XMB you are in (ie: game, music, photo, video, etc). The only solution I have found so far is to create a seperate folder under the 'pictures' folder (ie: "ms0:\PICTURE\Sidedoc k" for example) as I would not be able to have access to multiple themes if I put them all the images in a single 'wallpaper' folder, but of course, you can only select one wallpaper manually at a time.
Can someone let me know if there is a way to make use of ALL of the wallpapers provided, what the folder structure is required, and if I need to make any other modifications to make it work.
I may get off my arse and do a PSAR dump so I can use CXMB FULL in the near future, but it looks rather complicated.
I too, would like that third background.
Originally Posted by justin_mcelroy