MacOS PS3 Net Server GUI by psykosis I'm used to aldostools windows version of the GUI, but found no mac variant. Decided to code one up, and it turned into a pretty nice little tool. This is the first PUBLIC build. Enjoy! Installation Instructions: 1. Unzip (there should be two apps) & Place ps3netsrv and app wherever you please 2. Launch PS3 Net Server GUI 3. Drag and drop your shared folder and ps3netsrv onto window 4. Verify/Change Settings as needed and press start . (at this point prefs are saved) 5. Enjoy! Features: Launches ps3netsrv from easy to use interface Lightweight design Autostart option, allows app to launch ps3netsrv on launch mac ps3netsrv built using latest xcode 8.2 (more coming) Known Bugs = 1: If you have launched a previous version and saved settings, Program can crash when looking for new preferences added. The easiest way is to open finder, hit (Win)+shift+G and type ~/Library/Application Support/ and delete the ps3netgui folder. Then relaunch app. Download Link: I have linked my google drive folder, which will update with releases as I update the codebase. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B8y84TwvbbBHdkdOTHh4cVNKR3M?usp=sharing What's Next?: working on whitelist Replicate aldostools functionality for sharing multiple folders more work with pref files error correction (see known bug) Possibly adding other tools to make more feature complete Changelog 1.1: Added ability to add/remove from login items moved killall processes to process id based stop of server (safer) shows id in titlebar when running Will notify you when server stops Will stop only the process id started will notify you of deletion of configuration file added helpful info when you mouse over certain items moved most textboxes to labels to encourage drag and drop removed the close button (did same as minimize) Minor UI changes Changed a few constants to apple scripts Window is updated in event of server close without using stop button Code cleanup, and optimizations all around. Delete configuration button slightly improved also There is no preferences update, so there is no need to delete your configuration file before using this app.