IRISMAN - IRISMAN is an Iris Manager mod of the very latest 2.65 build. Let's see what changes Aldo has in store for those looking to go unofficial!
Aldo Vargas is most remembered in the PS3 scene for his amazing collection of Windows tools. However, he has also jumped into the Iris Manager fork community too. IRISMAN is a lot like its official counterpart except it adds some GUI tweaks and what the developer feels is a better control scheme. In this particular version we see menu changes made during the ISO creation process, the removal of ads, and increased FTP ability. Check out the full release log below!
This is an steroid "unofficial" version of Iris Manager 2.65 by Estwald/D-Skywalk. This version includes all the nice Cobra features added by Estwald in 2.60 and the new ISO functions of 2.65. The changes that I made are mainly related to the user interface (buttons layout are more XMB-like, quick access to File Manager, progress bar when game list is scanned or file permissions are applied, colors, 4 gui modes, etc.). It also includes the Payloads for 4.41DEX/4.46DEX/4.50DEX and the grids 8x6 and 6x4 from Rancid-O's PS3ITA Manager and Payload for 4.53 CEX from HABIB. The most notable feature is that unlike the official version, it scans GAMES/GAMEZ/GAMES_DUP/GAMES_BAD on the external drives.
New in 2.65-2:
Fixed label for Build ISO menu.
Menu now use for:
O = Cancel, X = Accept, Triangle = No.
Added ability to abort in the "calc_entries" stage of the build ISO process
New in 2.65-1:
Added most (if not all) the features of Iris Manager 2.65, not annoying ads,
Display of file sizes in File Manager,
Added support for SITE MMQUIT in FTP to quit to XMB using my FTP Client,
Cobra plugins are not unloaded unless you hold X when the manager starts.
* Major features:
Most (if not all) the features from Iris Manager 2.65 (including ISO features for Cobra CFW)
Added scanning of games on /GAMES, /GAMEZ, /GAMES_DUP, /GAMES_BAD on external drive
Added new GUI mode: grid 6x4 and 8x6 from PS3ITA Manager (for a total of 4 GUI modes with/without covers)
Added payloads for 4.41DEX, 4.46DEX, 4.50DEX from PS3ITA Manager and 4.53CEX from HABIB
New buttons layout to resemble multiMAN / XMB buttons layout
Hold R2 or L2 while the program is starting to enter directly into File Manager mode without scan games
Added progress bar while games are being scanned and when file permissions are applied
Prevents re-scan of games when exiting from File Manager
Added option to disable the loading of the Fan Control Utility payload
Added auto-preview and full screen preview of images (.jpg/.png)
Changed colors, default temperature table, some labels, etc.
Auto-boot PSX ISO placed in USRDIR/ps1_iso/ (useful to create PS1 pkgs). Hold L1/R1 for memory card configuration.
* New Button mapping: In game list:
X Select/Mount game
O Cancel / Exit to XMB
START Global config
SELECT + START File Manager
SELECT + O Prompt for reboot the PS3
L2 + START Change GUI mode
L! / R1 Scroll game list by page
R3 Re-scan the games
In File Manager:
X View in Hex Editor / Launch file
O or Triangle File Menu
Square Select file/folder
SELECT + Square Select/Unselect all files/folder
SELECT + START Exit File Manager
SELECT + O Exit to XMB
SELECT + X View in Hex Editor (PKG, .self) / on .. go to root
L1 / R1 Scroll up/down by page
D-Left / D-Right Switch panel
L2 / R2 Switch vertical/horizontal screen layout
L3 / R3 Quick jump to paths (root, self path, other panel path)
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