I don't think so (old menu).
Originally Posted by JoeUser38
But I agree, that this is a useful option (already mentioned anywhere, or not?).
It also could pop-up a list, where all OSD-Items from 1-100 are listed (like in ule Pad-Path-Function).
Then there are many ways, to edit the list.
A move-item from-to option, or simply press "ENTER"-Button [ X/O ], to drag an item move to the item, where it should be and press "Enter"-Button again, to drop the item there.
There are so many ways (without old FMCB-Configurator/OSD-Item-Options-Menu), that I couldn't expect all.
First of all,... Where do you want to add OSDSYS?
Also, I don't see a way to add an ELF with a path that does not exist, being able to add using the "mc?:" notation, or a way to add OSDSYS (maybe I'm just missing them somewhere?).
mc? is available, if you browser for your ELF with SQUARE, instead of ENTER-Button.
There is a list of options at the bottom.
The other thing, to add ELF-Paths...
You need to do it manually, with the Texteditor in ule.
How would you do it else?
If you couldn't find the ELF through the "filebrowser" of FMCB-Configurator, you must type the name manually in there anyway.
Can you explain that in another way? ^^
Perhaps we could have a "Template"... give the ELF name, and it fills out the the default paths of "mass:/BOOT/", "mc?:/BOOT/" and "mc?:/B?DATA-SYSTEM/" for you?
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