MooGUI Release Notes

* Supports the new XDVDFS Tools v2.1, Thanks to CloneXB
* Supports XDVDFS_Maker -OEIBuf switch (Outer edge integrity buffer)
* XDVDFS_Maker and XDVDFS_Extract included with MooGUI distribution
* Reorganized menus and such to be more consistent


The documentation is still lacking, but still includes valuable information
into using MooGUI and XDVDFS Tools. see notes on this in v1.2.0 below.

The basic toolset of XDVDFS Tools (maker & extract) are included by
permission of CloneXB. The source code and full toolset of XDVDFS Tools
are available in the usual places. You will still need to get your hands
on LayoutDumper if you want to create your own layouts, this is included
in the full toolset.

* Multi-game "layout" maker
* Remove missing game folder files from layout.
* Layout viewer
* FTP download from Xbox with Boost Mode (Avalaunch only)
* Simple FTP Browser
* Support for OEIBuf when released by CloneXB. (Currently not enabled)


The documentation included with this release is outdated. I have not
the time or inclination to update it just yet. But it is enough to get new
users started with basic features. Though the new FTP system is totally
not documented BUT is very similar to Quix.

Also included in this release is an XBE launcher (xcut.exe). Supported
dashboards are Avalaunch, UnleashX, and EvolutionX. To use, just create a
shortcut to it and adjust the 'target' of the shortcut.
Here is some sample shortcuts:
"I:\xcut.exe" 21 xbox xbox False -launch "C:\avalaunch.xbe" "Avalaunch 0.48.64"
"I:\xcut.exe" 21 xbox xbox False -shutdown

FTP support matrix:
* Download game folders from Xbox with Boost Mode
--> Avalaunch
* Download game folders from Xbox
--> Avalaunch, UnleashX
* Verify downloaded folders with MD5
--> Avalaunch, UnleashX
* Launch XBE's
--> Avalaunch, UnleashX, EvolutionX
* Browse Xbox
--> Most if not all Xbox dashboards
* Download files
--> Most if not all Xbox dashboards

Note: The only dashboards that MooGUI can use to download entire 'game folders'
with or without layout file support is Avalaunch and UnleashX. So if you are an
EvolutionX user and want to create an ISO with MooGUI you'll have to temporarily
switch over to Avalaunch or UnleashX. You can launch the dashboard within MooGUI,
download the game folder, and switch back when done.

Note: Since MooGUI does not create the ISO itself, it needs to download all the
files from the Xbox first then pass them over to XDVDFS Tools. Because of this
you need to have enough HD space on your PC. For example if you want to make an
ISO of a game that is 4GB in size, you'll need 8GB to do it, 4GB for the downloaded
files, and 4GB for the ISO.

Note: Cancelling a 'boost mode' download will of course hang Avalaunch.