nakano wrote: Other thing, could the ms0:/PICTURE folder be used instead of ms0:/PSP/SCREENSHOT folder (some setting for this)? In addition, is creating PSCM file needed?
Sorry, but /PSP/SCREENSHOT is the only folder that the PSCM.DAT works, and yes that file is needed (it provides the folder name, bigger and customized folder icon and optionally a background image).
@tomatofarmer: i am downgrading right now to 6.20 TN-D to address your issues (i tend to dont stay in 6.20 for too long as i want to avoid the problem of savedata corruption when going from one firmware to another). I don't have any minis to test but probably a PSN demo would suffice.
Mr. Shizzy wrote:No offense, but I would just like to offer my honest opinion and some constructive criticism . Upon the first releases of this plugin, I ignored it. I thought, meh - there arrrgh a million screenshot plugins out there.
None taken. Constructive criticism is always welcome
Mr. Shizzy wrote:- allow the user to decide what format the pic is saved as (.png, .jpg, .bmp, .gif)
I tend to keep my plugins small so i choosed the bmp as it requires no external libs and is very quick to encode. Right now i am trimming down libpng to the minimal to provide the option, so yes, differents file formats are planned.
Mr. Shizzy wrote:- allow users to predefine the dimensions the screenshot will be saved as
What do you mean? a section of the screen (like 200x200 starting at x=100, y=50) or resize the image?
Mr. Shizzy wrote:- add a screen capture mode that saves to animated .gif (like this plugin here)
I saw a plugin that did that a long time ago, do you know the name?
Mr. Shizzy wrote:-maybe clean up the .ini file structure, to make it a little more end user friendly (possibly even release a standalone tool with it to edit config,
I thought that the file was very simple:
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CreatePic1 = 0
PSPGoUseMS0 = 0
ScreenshotKey = 0x800000
ScreenshotName = %s/pic_%04d.bmp
Note that the rest of the file are only comments (if enough people says that they clutter the config file too much then i will move it to the readme). I know i could improve it a little (like using button names instead of a hex value but that only complicates the ini parser).
Mr. Shizzy wrote:and even upload your screenshots to a pic hosting site, directly from their PSP)
Is a great idea but the only way to do it without being a different project (as in using a EBOOT) is doing it directly in the XMB picture viewer (an additional entry in the picture options menu). I cant promise anything as i dont know too much about XMB hacking.