I could make do with that personally as an interim solution, since you most likely have more important things to consider in your remaining PS2 dev time. I would still like to ask you to consider it as a long-term option, as I am not the only one who uses my PS2, and I'd rather not ask people to memorize the trigger keys (or require them to look the desired homebrew up on a list). That's why I love the scrolling OSD, I find it a very slick way of launching brew (in fact, I used to use the trigger keys for the most commonly used brew, and I switched back to the scrolling OSD because I kept forgetting myself which button launched which app).
Thanks again for all the hard work you've been doing in PS2 brew lately. You're one of the few devs to have their own folder inside my main PS2 folder on my PC :P
Chip-free/MC-free homebrew <3
FMCB 1.93 on MC for emergencies, NA
250GB HDD/FHDB 1.93/OPL 0.9.2 (GSM and non-GSM)/PS2 games, NO HDDOSD
80GB HDD/FHDB 1.93/POPStarter rev12/OPL644/GSM0.37/PS1 games, NO HDDOSD
SCPH-75001 (sitting idle, slims suck):
FMCB 1.92 on MC