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#164 - 16/07/08 21:29 .PSPR files
Zephadias
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So how do you edit a .pspr file? I would really like to create my own skins for this. Also, is there any repository to check out the code for this program? I am a software engineer and wouldn't mind checking it out. Thanks!

btw, great program!!


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#167 - 17/07/08 01:08 .PSPR files
Killzone_Kid Admin
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.pspr is not a different format, it is a virtual extension so that all the radio files in COMMON directory look the same, and easy to distinguish from the rest. PSP browser, like any other browser, doesn't care about the extension it recognises the content over it.

You just need to rename them into their original extension to edit.

pspradio is .html file
backgroundIMG is .jpg
animationIMG is .gif

all the rest are .js files


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#671 - 12/11/08 15:42 Re: .PSPR files
pspdev
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After renaming the files to their original, and making my own in photoshop. how do i save them back as pspr? I renamed them and replaced them, but they are still showing up as .gif and .jpg?

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#672 - 12/11/08 18:50 Re: .PSPR files
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Just rename them back to .pspr

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#673 - 12/11/08 21:42 Re: .PSPR files
pspdev
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Thanks! but thats what i did. they showed up as blanks. I refreshed and still the same. Maybe i should check the file size.

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#674 - 13/11/08 01:28 Re: .PSPR files
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I don't understand what the problem is. Renaming files is pretty easy, can't see how could it go wrong. Would you mind to explain what exactly did you do?

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#4549 - 01/08/10 19:10 Re: .PSPR files
l33t
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what exactly did u put 4 the file name after u edited it?
It should look like 'filename.pspr'
if it still doesent work then ur SOL!!!!!!! \:D \:D \:D


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#4555 - 01/08/10 20:04 Re: .PSPR files
Kupo
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What OS do you run?

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#4581 - 01/08/10 22:05 Re: .PSPR files
Steve123458
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This is old thread, the OP most likely doesn't comes here anymore.

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#4590 - 01/08/10 22:19 Re: .PSPR files
Kupo
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Lol. I'll look at the date next time.

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