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About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
06-09-2013, 10:56 AM
Post: #1
About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
I have some questions about the new interface after click on the "Game Icon",I call it "Game Menu" in order to express my opinion.

First,could "Game Menu" made to be opened by Click and Hold for 2~3 seconds for PC with mouse or Tap on game icon 2~3 seconds for Mobile device with touchable screen??It's annoy though.

Second,I don't think there should not be a "Game Setting" button in "Game Menu" even it saves individual settings for every game.We could get access to "Settings" easily in "Main Menu" or just press "ESC" in game.It's none-efficiency

Third,the "Game Settings" window need more tweak to make it functional,but I don't think it's worthy to do it.
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06-09-2013, 11:12 AM (This post was last modified: 06-09-2013 11:15 AM by Poo-Tang.)
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RE: About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
I think the new game menu could be brought up like it is (As its usefull) if load from the main "Load Game" menu as one more button press is not exactly hard or in the way after pressing load game and scrolling down to the game you would like to play. However recent games on home screen should stay as quick launch (Like a speed dialer option on a mobile).

PS. I dont agree with this -

(06-09-2013 10:56 AM)jc3213 Wrote:  Second,I don't think there should not be a "Game Setting" button in "Game Menu" even it saves individual settings for every game.We could get access to "Settings" easily in "Main Menu" or just press "ESC" in game.It's none-efficiency

Lots of games need different settings (I.E Crisis Core buffered Off, Little Big Planet buffered ON, etc, etc) When you have 50+ games on you PC or 10/15 on mobile like me. Setting up different settings on each game load makes life a pain. Not to mention if forget a certain setting and load the game that needed them, you normally have the emulator crash (on Android this means going into settings, force close app, bla, bla, bla), we do need some sort of per game settings and this looks like a good way.
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06-09-2013, 03:49 PM
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RE: About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
How can we enable it to have a look at it?

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06-09-2013, 05:05 PM (This post was last modified: 06-09-2013 05:07 PM by Poo-Tang.)
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RE: About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
(06-09-2013 03:49 PM)daxtsu Wrote:  How can we enable it to have a look at it?

Its enabled by default in build v0.7.6-1228-g7d7023f and then Henrik turned it off (hidden for now) in build v0.7.6-1230-gdf6199d as alot needs still to be done with it.

When you click on a game title it has an options menu with items like play game, delete game/save data, info on size of game/save data and also a per game settings menu (Was not active as per game just yet as changing values applied to general settings and other games as still needs some work before its finished) in this new menu it had the games cover art as background too (Just like when you pause a game).
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06-09-2013, 06:02 PM
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RE: About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
I suppose its going to be re-activated when PPSSPP v0.8 is released that's my guess.
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06-09-2013, 07:39 PM
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RE: About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
(06-09-2013 06:02 PM)The Phoenix Wrote:  I suppose its going to be re-activated when PPSSPP v0.8 is released that's my guess.

I don't know if it will appear in v0.8 but what I know is that this interface is not yet ready Smile

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06-10-2013, 02:06 AM (This post was last modified: 06-10-2013 03:12 AM by jc3213.)
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RE: About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
(06-09-2013 11:12 AM)Poo-Tang Wrote:  I think the new game menu could be brought up like it is (As its usefull) if load from the main "Load Game" menu as one more button press is not exactly hard or in the way after pressing load game and scrolling down to the game you would like to play. However recent games on home screen should stay as quick launch (Like a speed dialer option on a mobile).

PS. I dont agree with this -

(06-09-2013 10:56 AM)jc3213 Wrote:  Second,I don't think there should not be a "Game Setting" button in "Game Menu" even it saves individual settings for every game.We could get access to "Settings" easily in "Main Menu" or just press "ESC" in game.It's none-efficiency

Lots of games need different settings (I.E Crisis Core buffered Off, Little Big Planet buffered ON, etc, etc) When you have 50+ games on you PC or 10/15 on mobile like me. Setting up different settings on each game load makes life a pain. Not to mention if forget a certain setting and load the game that needed them, you normally have the emulator crash (on Android this means going into settings, force close app, bla, bla, bla), we do need some sort of per game settings and this looks like a good way.
Even some games need individual settings,there's no need to have a "Game Settings" in "Game Menu",You can do it just by pressing "ESC" when you in game.You can adjust individual game settings easily by pressing "ESC" without back to "Main Menu" then "Game Menu" then "Game Settings",which has none efficiency,and annoy for most users.

I think that the games that will need individual settings are mostly in "Video Settings",the others are not quite necessary.

There should be an option to turn the "Game Menu" on/off to make users have their own choice.But anyway,my opinion will stay the same.
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06-10-2013, 06:48 AM
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RE: About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
Please don't make conclusions about how it will work from that one build.

You will all be happy when it's done.
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06-10-2013, 07:15 AM (This post was last modified: 06-10-2013 07:38 AM by jc3213.)
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RE: About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
(06-10-2013 06:48 AM)Henrik Wrote:  Please don't make conclusions about how it will work from that one build.

You will all be happy when it's done.
Well,I'm not making conclusion but express my feeling.Currently the new UI is annoy and lack of convenience.

I'd like to ask if the team would like to add support for "Update Patch" for PSP games rather than the new UI.

Some games are very crappy without patches such as "New Ken to Mahou to Gakuen Mono, Toki no Gakuen" or so.and some need "Update" to support additional DLCs like "Busou Shinki MK II"

Oh,I nearly forget to ask for an UI for CWCheat.
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06-10-2013, 11:22 AM
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RE: About the new interface in build 1228-g7d7023f
The UI is not finished. Give Henrik feedback once its in a finished state.
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