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    psp PSP: Flash Selector v1.1 Released-for 2.7+ fw only

    For those of you who dont already know what this is, Flash Selector is a menu system which allows for easier selection of your flash games on your 2.7+ fw PSP. It already comes pre-packaged with several flash games to get you started . Again, this "app" if you will, is more of a concept, to help make homebrew come alive in the dark realm of 2.7+ fw

    Whats new in v1.1:
    -Hopefully this is the final version and hopefully someone with better html skills will take this idea and make it a little more usable
    -Flash games included are ones better integrated for the PSP
    -Moved games to a different folder to clean up the root of your memstick(save games to PSP/FLASH)
    -Added labels for different sections in the HTML document to make it easier to use your own games(labeled by row and column so you know where the game will be on the menu)
    -Added links to various flash game websites
    -Edited the menu a bit and increased number of slots from 16 to 20
    -slight modification to the background, lets see if you notice...
    -a few minor changes

    I include full instructions in the read me file on how to use this "app". I know its not an app, i simply call it that for lack of a better word. This is now my second release for the psp, and i have really enjoyed it. If you notice any glitches or anything that you think needs changing, or if you need a little extra help figuring it out, just let me know via comments.

    Simplified Directions(for those who hate readme's ):
    Extract all contents out of the zip folder and copy "menu" to the root of your memstick. Then copy the folder "FLASH" to the "PSP" directory of your memstick. Like "PSP\GAME" except "PSP\FLASH". This is where you will put your flash games. Have fun and hope you enjoy!

    Download and Give Feedback Via Comments

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    a little something I forgot to mention is the main reason why i am so surprised at the attention the last release got: I dont even own a 2.7+ PSP! In fact, I own a 1.5! I wasn't even sure it would work properly, but apparently it did. With practically no way to test it except on my pc through Internet Explorer, I was practically flying blind on this project. Which leads me to a question. I really enjoyed making this "app", and I would love to start making actual programs for the PSP. Does anyone know where a good start would be. I am pretty familiar with basic, but nothing else. tnx for the help, and tnx for giving my work the attention it deserves.

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    Good job mate I love it... it shed some light on my retarded 2.71 , cheers ^^

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    Nafogel, to get into 'real' programming for the PSP u'd be best learning C first. Preferably you'd need to have been working with C to make games for a while before jumping onto PSP C.
    anyhoos got to http://www.psp-programming.com/ for a basic introduction with tutorials on PSP C coding.

    On a topic note: I like this app for 2.7 its quite useful, so welldone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafogel
    a little something I forgot to mention is the main reason why i am so surprised at the attention the last release got: I dont even own a 2.7+ PSP! In fact, I own a 1.5! I wasn't even sure it would work properly, but apparently it did. With practically no way to test it except on my pc through Internet Explorer, I was practically flying blind on this project. Which leads me to a question. I really enjoyed making this "app", and I would love to start making actual programs for the PSP. Does anyone know where a good start would be. I am pretty familiar with basic, but nothing else. tnx for the help, and tnx for giving my work the attention it deserves.
    Good work fella! Got a 1.5 myself but I know others with those inferior 2.7+ that have found this really usefull Now all youve gotta do is learn C then makes us some kick ass brews!

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    It worked great I have already put all my flash games in it. Thanks! Great Work!

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    Can someone tell me where I can get some more Flash Games?

    All of the ones on http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/ are EBOOT.PBP.

    I would use them but I don't want to downgrade my PSP?

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    The trick is not just finding Flash games, but Flash games that run well and also have the correct keys mapped for the PSP.

    Here are some from this forum that run well:
    http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/psp-flash-homebrew.php

    This one called "Gridlocked" is also fun.
    http://www.savefile.com/files.php?fid=1763619

    I modified a Snake game to run on the PSP. Let me know via PM if you want it and I can e-mail it to you.

    Also these links:
    http://rcmoto.free.fr/classic.rar
    http://rcmoto.free.fr/logic.rar
    http://rcmoto.free.fr/sports.rar

    Will get you about 150 flash games... some run well.. others don't, but should keep you busy for a while.

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    it says content cannot be displayed??? idk maybe i'm putting a folder in the wrong spot???

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    do you put the menu file in a folder in the root??? pl tell me!!!

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