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#199929 by daho
Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:14 pm
Added,
BTW.i never thought that i had older version of bomberman arena(had 0.93 worked on psp slim and newer,ver 1.0 works only on LEDA)
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#214923 by z0mb13
Sun Dec 23, 2012 9:22 am
I'm having trouble getting SWFPlayer to run nicely. I've got 6.60 LME 1.8 and i can't get leda running with it well. I've got a psp 3000 9g, the TA-95 v2 (Although i managed to upgrade from 6.20 somehow). I've tried both SWFplayer 1.3 and 1.1. I reset the VSH after each enabling of the files in vsh.txt and game.txt. Sorry for the extra info, it's just really late and ive spent hours focusing on this, im about ready to crash xD. Thanks for any help in advance.
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#215005 by daho
Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:05 pm
i think you cannot do nothing because this is homebrew-related problem(swfplayer).i can run some games better in default psp flash player.
#215016 by NNNRT
Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:18 pm
daho wrote:i think you cannot do anything because this is homebrew-related problem(swfplayer).i can run some games better in default psp flash player.

Yeah I'm not using the app much like before anymore, the PSP browser & Netfront Beta 4 are way better ;)
#215179 by z0mb13
Sun Dec 23, 2012 9:23 pm
I just have a 2gb folder of .swf files i want to be able to browse and listen to. I'm unsure how to do that with the browser. Is there a browser app with swf support like that at all?

(And would the PSP Brew be applicable to SWFPlayer for conversion?)
#215207 by NNNRT
Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:21 pm
z0mb13 wrote:I just have a 2gb folder of .swf files i want to be able to browse and listen to. I'm unsure how to do that with the browser. Is there a browser app with swf support like that at all?
(And would the PSP Brew be applicable to SWFPlayer for conversion?)

It can be converted using PSP Brew, & you need fjm file launcher to open the files. There's a 1MB limit. the browser has sound swf player doesn't.
#215272 by z0mb13
Mon Dec 24, 2012 1:15 am
is there no way to get around the 1mb limit? D: What if the files are hosted on a local web host? I wouldnt mind being able to do it at home atleast. Would the limit still apply to a webpage?
#215414 by NNNRT
Mon Dec 24, 2012 9:40 am
Yes, SWFplayer will freeze if the file's above 1MB, & the browser will tell you that there's not enough memory, & that to go to Tools>Settings>View Setttings>Conserve Memory>On. If that option is enabled & there's still not enough memory, the image quality will be reduced & the page will refresh. If there's no way the file can open completely, the loading will stop but the elements already loaded will stay. :)
Netfront Beta 4 loads more than 10MB, but the cursor begins moving slowly & buggily.

When I browse on my PSP, I press the cancel button (X) when the page is loading & the screen is white, so everything appears but in basic HTML type [but it works! :D].
It also depends on your PSP type. PSP 1000 series systems have 32MB RAM, which is very little; however, all other PSP models have 64MB RAM, which is better. It depends: Can you tell me what the files are or upload them so that I can find you a solution? ;)

Good Luck 8-)

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