[Playstation 3] ManaGunz v1.31 Released

Today developer Zar has released a new version of ManaGunz v1.31 for the Playstation 3. Check out the release notes, changelog and the download link provided below.

Release Notes
Correction: reading and writing of the file.
Correction: support of large files (+ 4 GB).
Added Italian, Hungarian and Spanish language.
Added Support fw 4.82 CEX.
Correction: some pnachs have not been applied correctly.
Correction: problem with reading files from the bin / cue disk image.
Added Mount Game from the file manager.
Correction: removed the update window every time you use an option, sometimes it is useless.
Added the CONFIG file extracted from softemu and gxemu.
Improved PS2 CONFIG editor. See note (1).
Correction: removed the DBCONFIG.txt system.
Monitor Plugin, allows you to upload or download a plugin.

The CONFIG PS2 editor can load CONFIG files and display the result on the screen.
You will be able to upload:
- "NET" configuration file from "[ManaGunZ path] / USRDIR / sys / CONFIG / NET". These are the CONFIGs found in the official ps2 classic package.
- Configuration file "GX" from "[ManaGunZ path] / USRDIR / sys / CONFIG / GX". These are the CONFIGs extracted from gxemu.
- "SOFT" configuration file from "[ManaGunZ path] / USRDIR / sys / CONFIG / SOFT". These are the CONFIGs extracted from softemu.
- "CURRENT" configuration file from "[Backup PS2 path] .CONFIG". This configuration is currently used.
- "CUSTOM" configuration file from "[ManaGunZ path] / USRDIR / sys / CONFIG / CUSTOM". These are unofficial CONFIG.
Morever, the PS2 editor CONFIG checks if the original commandID data: 0x9 and 0xA and 0xB match the data of your PS2 backup.
If it has no match, the on-screen commandID will be displayed in red.
[EDIT] Once loaded, you will be able to ADD or REMOVE an ID command.
For now, you can only ADD commands without parameters, those 'simple'.
You can add CONFIG patches from pnach files. Thus, widescreen patches can be added.
You can also add the '480' 'YFIX' and 'FMV skip' patches to the configuration.
Finally, with the START button, save the configuration in "[Backup PS2 path] .CONFIG". Also, if you changed the CONFIG, a backup of your configuration is stored in the '[ManaGunZ Path] / USRDIR / sys / CONFIG / CUSTOM' folder.
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