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Descargar PS3 Custom Theme Toolbox v1.50






Theme compiler for PLAYSTATION(R)3 Version 1.50
Copyright (C) 2009 Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
All Rights Reserved.


About This Program

p3tcompiler.exe is a program that creates PLAYSTATION(R)3 theme files
from XML and applicable data files. It runs on Windows.


Building a Theme File with p3tcompiler

Either type the following at the command prompt:

p3tcompiler.exe sample\simple\simple.xml

or drag-and-drop an XML file onto the p3tcompiler.exe icon.
A theme file with file extension "p3t" will be created.


Preview

1. Place the theme file in the /PS3/THEME/ directory of a Memory Stick
or USB storage, and connect it to PLAYSTATION(R)3.

2. Select "Settings" > "Theme Settings" > "Theme" in the system software
and install a theme file from the recording media.

3. Select "Settings" > "Theme Settings" > "Theme" in the system
software again. A list of theme files will be shown in the option menu.

4. Select a theme file and "Apply". This theme will be applied to the
screen.


Scripting the XML File

The elements that can be written in the XML file are described below.

<theme>

Root element.
It has no attributes.

<infotable>, <info>, <localizedinfo>

Elements for storing information of the theme file.
<localizedinfo> has information specific to a language.
<info> has information common to all languages.

The attributes that can be specified for both <info> and
<localizedinfo> are as follows.

name Theme name
url URL indicating the distributor of the theme
author Author
genre Theme genre (string)
version Theme version (string)
icon Theme icon (64x64, 32-bit PNG)
authoricon Author icon (64x64, 32-bit PNG)
preview Preview image (480x270, 24-bit PNG)
comment Theme comment (string)

<localizedinfo> must have a "locale" attribute to specify the
language.

en English
jp Japanese
fr French
es Spanish
de German
it Italian
nl Dutch
pt Portuguese
ru Russian
ko Korean
zh_t Chinese (traditional)
zh_s Chinese (simplified)
fi Finnish
sv Swedish
da Danish
no Norwegian

<icontable>, <icon>

Elements for storing the system software icons.

The attributes that can be specified for <icon> are as follows.

id ID indicating the icon type
src Icon image


The IDs that can be specified for the "id" attribute are as
follows.


System Software (Row)

icon_user Users
icon_setting Settings
icon_photo Photo
icon_music Music
icon_video Video
icon_game Game
icon_network Network
icon_friend Friends
icon_tv TV


System Software (Column)

icon_poweroff Turn Off System
icon_newuser Create New User

icon_update System Update
icon_game_setting Game Settings
icon_bdvd_setting Video Settings
icon_music_setting Music Settings
icon_chat_setting Chat Settings
icon_system_setting System Settings
icon_theme_setting Theme Settings
icon_datetime_setting Date and Time Settings
icon_powersave_setting Power Save Settings
icon_accessory Accessory Settings
icon_printer_setting Printer Settings
icon_display_setting Display Settings
icon_sound_setting Sound Settings
icon_security_setting Security Settings
icon_remoteplay_setting Remote Play Settings
icon_network_setting Network Settings

icon_setting_item (Settings submenu item)

icon_photo_default (Photo default icon)
icon_photo_album_default (Photo album default icon)
icon_music_default (Music default icon)
icon_music_album_default (Music album default icon)
icon_video_default (Video default icon)
icon_video_album_default (Video album default icon)

icon_playing (Song now being played icon
displayed in the Music column)
icon_mediaserver_search Search for Media Servers

icon_playlist Playlists
icon_playlist_add Create New Playlist

icon_ms Memory Stick(TM)
icon_cf Compact Flash
icon_sd SD Memory Card
icon_usb USB Device
icon_pspms Memory Stick(TM) of PSP(TM)(PlayStation(R)Portable)
icon_usbcamera Digital Camera
icon_usbaad ATRAC Audio Device

icon_gamedata Game Data Utility
icon_vmc Memory Card Utility (PS/PS2)
icon_savedata Save Data Utility
icon_newvmc New Internal Memory Card
icon_trophy Trophy Collection

icon_onlinemanual Online Instruction Manuals
icon_remoteplay Remote Play
icon_inet_search Internet Search
icon_browser Internet Browser
icon_download Download Management

icon_accountmanage Account Management

icon_blocklist Block List
icon_addfriend Add a Friend
icon_playermet Player Met
icon_chat Start New Chat
icon_chatroom Chat Room
icon_chatroom_text Chat Room (Text Only)
icon_mbox Message Box

icon_mbox_received Received
icon_mbox_sent Sent
icon_mbox_create Create Message


Default Icons

icon_default_h Image used for icons in row
when there is no specified image
icon_default_v Image used for icons in column
when there is no specified image


Icon images are generally 128x128, 32-bit PNG images, except for
the following.

icon_photo_default
icon_photo_album_default

170x128, 32-bit PNG

icon_video_default
icon_video_album_default

228x128, 32-bit PNG


<pointertable>, <pointer>

Elements for storing the pointer (mouse cursor) image.

The attributes that can be specified for <pointer> are as follows.

id ID indicating the pointer type
src Pointer image
base_x X coordinate of the pointer hotspot
base_y Y coordinate of the pointer hotspot


The IDs that can be specified for the "id" attribute are as
follows.

pointer_arrow Default state
pointer_finger Pointing to a clickable object
pointer_click Clicking
pointer_hand Pointing to a draggable object
pointer_grab Dragging
pointer_pen Pointing to an object accepting text input

The pointer image is a 48x48, 32-bit PNG image.

base_x, base_y specify the hotspot in the pointer image.
The coordinate system ranges from top left (0,0) to
bottom right (48,48).


<notification>

Element for storing the image of the notification window frame.

The attributes that can be specified for <notification> are as
follows.

src Image of the frame of the notification window

This image is a 64x64, 32-bit PNG image.


<bgimagetable>, <bgimage>

Elements for storing the background image.

<bgimagetable> can have a maximum of 24 <bgimage> elements.
The following attribute can be specified for <bgimagetable>.

showtype Specifies how to switch between multiple background images
If unspecified, the background image will be selected at
random every time the PLAYSTATION(R)3 is started up.

The possible "showtype" types are below.

days Select background image according to the date on the
PLAYSTATION(R)3. When using "days", also set the <bgimage>
attributes "from" and "until".
datetime Select background image according to the time on the
PLAYSTATION(R)3. When using "datetime", set the <bgimage>
attributes "from" and "until".

The following attributes can be specified for <bgimage>.

hd Background image used when the aspect ratio is 16:9 (1920x1080 JPEG)
sd Background image used when the aspect ratio is 4:3 (640x480 JPEG)
from Date/time to start displaying the background image,
if "days" or "datetime" is specified to the showtype attribute
until Date/time to stop displaying the background image,
if "days" or "datetime" is specified to the showtype attribute

When "days" is specified for the showtype attribute, specify the
applicable time period (from, until) as shown in the following examples.

1) YYYY/MM/DD Format

<bgimage hd="bghd.jpg" sd="bgsd.jpg" from="20090101" until="20090131" />

With this configuration, the specified background image will be
displayed when the date on the PLAYSTATION(R)3 is between
January 1, 2009 and January 31, 2009.

2) MM/DD Format

<bgimage hd="bghd.jpg" sd="bgsd.jpg" from="0101" until="0131" />

With this configuration, the specified background image will be
displayed when the date on the PLAYSTATION(R)3 is between
January 1 and January 31. Unlike the YYYY/MM/DD format, the year
is not relevant.

When "datetime" is specified for the showtype attribute, specify the
applicable time period (from, until) as shown below.

HH Format

<bgimage hd="bghd.jpg" sd="bgsd.jpg" from="00" until="05" />

With this configuration, the specified background image will be
displayed when the time on the PLAYSTATION(R)3 is 0:mm to 5:mm,
with mm indicating minutes. Specify the values for "from" and
"until" in 24-hour notation (00-23).

When "days" and "datetime" are specified, but the date/time on the
PLAYSTATION(R)3 does not fall into either of the specified time
periods, the background image of the first <bgimage> element will be displayed.


<font>

Element for specifying the font type.

The attributes that can be specified for <font> are as follows.

selection Integer value (0 - 2) indicating the font type

The values specified to "selection" have the following meanings.

0 Default font

1 Japanese: Maru Gothic
Korean, Chinese: Default font
Other languages: Rounded

2 Japanese: Pop
Korean, Chinese: Default font
Russian: Rounded
Other languages: Rimouski


<color>

Element that specifies the theme color

The attributes that can be specified with <color> are as shown below.

selection: Integer value (0 - 12) indicating the theme color

The values specified to "selection" have the following meanings.

0: Default theme color (changes by date and time. )

1-12: Fixed color




About the Sample

An example of an XML file is provided. The filename is simple.xml.

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Permission and Restrictions on Use
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The permission and restrictions on using this software conform to
the contract concluded between your company and our company (Sony
Computer Entertainment Inc).

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Note on Trademarks
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"PLAYSTATION" is a registered trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
All other product and company names mentioned herein, with or without
the registered trademark symbol (R) or trademark symbol (TM), are
generally registered trademarks and/or trademarks of their respective
owners.



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