[citation][nom]ukcal[/nom]Yes, my point merely was that writing "for those of you who can't be bothered" is not very professional, even if you are being helpful.[/citation]
Bleh, you're not very professional Ukcal. There's nothing offensive/unprofessional about that statement. It's a matter of perception, you were looking for it, therefore you found it. Even though it wasn't really there at all..
Now on topic, I'm still rather suprised that Sony would disable the feature in an update. Hopefully they will realize their mistake and reimplement it at some point, but until that day comes I'm glad we have people working around this nonsense.