nx-hbmenu v3.3.0 Released

nx-hbmenu v3.3.0

A new update is available for the homebrew hbmenu launcher, the program which allows us to launch homebrew applications in NRO format from the Switch's SD card is now available in v3.3.0.

The layout can be adjusted by theme, which can now also be enclosed in an ".romfs" file with images, etc. File associations now also work via the netloader and some bugs have been fixed.

Changelog 3.3.0 :
HID input is now accepted from all controllers including handheld when connected, instead of determining which controllers to use with hidGetHandheldMode().
    Fixed a crash in touch handling for star-button when the current directory is empty (no menu entries).
    Implemented layouts which can optionally be loaded from theme config.
    Added support for using themes with extension '.romfs', which contains '/theme.cfg', optionally '/icon.jpg' for the menu-entry in Theme Menu, and any assets. Added 'assets' group to theme config, this is only used with .romfs themes.
    Added logoColor and highlightGradientEdgeColor to the theme config.
    When entering Theme Menu, the initially selected menu-entry is now the currently configured theme.
    Updated the default highlightGradientEdgeColor.
    File-association entries without an icon are no longer ignored (such as when there's no embedded app-icon and no other icon is loaded).
    Added support for using file-associations with netloader, an error will now be thrown if the filename/file-extension used with netloader is not recognized.
    Errors during netloader activation are now actually displayed.
    Netloader now uses SO_REUSEADDR, this fixes netloader activation temporarily failing after a netloader error previously occurred.
    Added app_args config setting for file-associations.
    Built with libnx stable v3.1.0. Hence, the local-time is now displayed correctly with certain timezones.
    Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments to enhance the user experience.
Download: nx-hbmenu v3.3.0

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