Bermuda Creative Suite 9, the homebrew image editor from bumuckl, has now been updated to work with the PSP Slim. According to bumuckl, the update was made possible thanks to fellow homebrew developer, grafele.
No changelog is available for this version as the only new feature is the compatibility with the Slim. Here's bumuckl's notes on the update:
Hi guys, Bermuda CS 9 is now ready for PSP Slim! grafele had a great idea how to fix the compabilityproblem with PSP Slim.
Bermuda CS 9 works with the eLoader. I dont have a PSP Slim, but grafele hast tested Bermuda CS with eLoader and he says it works fine!
The package is totally complete, the eLoader is already included and configured, you just have to copy the folder "BermudaCS9" to your Homebrew folder!
Users are encouraged to go through the documentation included in the archive. The archive includes the latest readme and also a PDF file containing instructions on installation and usage.
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