"Get the most advanced, most realistic PSP portal NOW!!!"
That's the so-called tag line for pspWxp. Got you interested, eh? As you might have guessed, the pspWxp is a PSP portal, which is roughly based on winpsportal, a free Windows XP portal for the PSP. Basically, it's a set of web pages that enable you to run Windows XP on your PSP.
Now, TombstoneTim just released version 3.5 of this portal, and here's the changelog to let you know the new features and bug fixes in this particular version:
-Added "User Additions" tab to the Start menu.
-Added "User Additions" to the My PSP application.
-Updated this Readme file with new info.
-Added new Installer by BigBondFan to the ZIP download.
-Day Organizer by Ocean19
-PSPDF Viewer by Ocean19
-Fixed the "Home" button link on the Internet Browser.
-Three apps links fixed - Clock, PSPhone, Phone No. Converter.
-PSPTunes fixed so top player frame appears when first started up.
-Fixed the My PSP File browser/loader app.
-Fixed MY PSP Script error that occurred upon opening.
-Fixed the Applications list in My PSP...all apps links work from here now.
-Images redone to be compatible with IE viewing:
Internet Browser - Home, Back, Forward
Start Button and Start Button mouse over image
-Added TombstoneTim's working version of pspWxp Text Editor.
-Fixed minor Syntax errors on all HTML pages in the portal.
-Added the standard gray pspWxp background color to a few games and apps in the portal.
-Made the appslist, gameslist, and new userlist from My PSP clickable links...can navigate with PSP D-Pad now.
Can't wait to try it out? Click on the download link below. Just make sure to check out the readme, as it has loads of details that you might want to take note of.
Thanks a lot, ocean_19 for the tip!
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