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    Update 0.9.2 To prevent losing saved settings upon upgrade I've changed the save system to a config.ini instead of Windows %AppData% temp file. Set your RetroArch folder path and Config Window options. After closing the program a config.ini will be generated in the same folder as Stellar.exe. Let me know if there are any problems. I've attached v0.9.1 if you need to revert. Download https://github.com/StellarUpdater/Stellar/releases Or Select Stellar from the Download Menu. Change Log Added config.ini for saved settings Menu Options Troubleshooting @Retro808 @Mizar @JamesBaker @Rincewind @dragon57 @neil9000 @spectral @TheMadMan007 @Mizar @Daliant Stellar v0.9.1.0-beta.7z
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    Had the same issue and was driving me nuts. I disabled use RDTSC under Experimental and now the games load. Could somebody else please try this and let me know if it works for them?
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    Hey All This is the slot machine emulator MFME in LaunchBox I think it looks ok... :) A brief guide to setting up MFME & putting it in LaunchBox MFME stands for Multi Fruit Machine Emulator - it's like VisualPinball in that the roms are emulated and the appearance of the slots is simulated You can download the current version (6.1) here - you'll need to join and post to access the downloads: http://www.desertislandfruits.com/forum/index.php?/files/ The site also has a large selection of slots - and the following sites are the other main locations for slots: http://www.fruit-emu.com/ http://dadsfme.co.uk/index.php Install MFME wherever you like, and you’ll end up with something like this: The folder “Fruits” you need to make yourself – call it what you like – and this is where the slots go Each slot needs its own folder and the .zip needs to be unzipped in the folder – so you’ll have something like this: To put MFME into LaunchBox add the emulator like any other, so just point LaunchBox at the MFME.exe You will then need to add each slot individually, so select “Import… Rom File” and add the xxx.gam file – no need to try and download any metadata, MFME is a complete mystery to LaunchBox :) To add the images launch a slot then screengrab it – don’t use MFMEs own screengrabber as it gives poor results – use Gadwin or similar Then set the image as Box-Front & Screenshot-Gameplay or however you have your LaunchBox setup That’s it :)
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    Version 1.3.0


    Here is a set of 11 Platform Category videos,done in a unified Neon style,with Retro synth music in the background. The categories are: Arcade Consoles Handhelds Computers Pinball Collections Genres Developers Years Favorites Hacks
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    Version 1.2


    This is a complete collection of Sega Mega CD 3D Boxes for the Japan Region. The naming convention is ReDump If you find my work of use could you please consider donating to my Patreon found here: https://www.patreon.com/RobinLevingstone LIST OF GAMES INCLUDED: A 3D Box pack for the European region can be downloaded here: 3D Boxes for the Sega CD USA region can be downloaded here:
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    Version 1.0.7


    *These are available through Emumovies Sync and have also been uploaded to the LaunchBox Database. This is a collection of 2868 3D PC Game boxes I have made. A games list is attached. Many of the triple A games and collections are covered to the best of my knowledge (Call of Duty, Tom Clancy's, Battlefield collections etc...) There are also a lot of games that may be from country's like Brazil or may not be well known or children's games but I made boxes for them anyway because who knows when someone somewhere might actually want that particular game so why not cover as much ground as possible. I used the highest resolution available and paid for the privilege however sometimes even at the highest resolution the covers may not be scanned in properly and that was all that was available. If you find my work of use could you please consider donating to my Patreon found here: https://www.patreon.com/RobinLevingstone PC 3D BOX LIST GAMES COVERED 3D Box List PC .txt if a game you are looking for is not listed here try my Steam Covers that can be downloaded here: Also I include a tutorial showing how to make these boxes
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    Hello guys, I'm new to LaunchBox and BigBox and I have a question concerning Mame. I've a hi-score supporting mame build which saves hi-scores. In Launchbox on the right hand side of the screen you get all kind of info about the game you select including images etc. It would be very cool if Launchbox (and or BigBox) could somehow show the current in-game hi-score table. I just love to play those 80's arcade games and it would be very cool if this is possible. I know GameEx has a feature like this where you can select a high score menu option when browsing through the info of a game. It generates a screen showing the current hi-score table of the particular game. I hope to hear from you if this is somehow possible in LaunchBox / BigBox. Btw, I love Launchbox. Such a clean and wonderful layout ! ~ GC
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    There's a not very well known program called nNASOS that can compress GameCube and Wii games lossless. Not only is it lossless, it also saves a ton of space and a ton of time compared to zip or 7z. Depending on the amount of games you have, you can save tens or hundreds of gigabytes. And decompression takes only about 10 seconds per game instead of the minutes a 7z takes on my cpu. That's all great, but the drawback is that Dolphin doesn't natively support the compressed file format that nNASOS creates. I opened a feature request for Launchbox to support nNASOS (which I think is super simple yet has great benefits). However, so far nothing has been done in that regard. Not even sure if @Jason Carr has read it Not that I blame the guy, he's probably working on a ton of other cool stuff. Nevertheless, I wanted to (try to) make use of the space savings now. So, I got the idea to create some kind of proxy. A program in between Launchbox and Dolphin that decompresses the rom file. Thus, I made a really simple (and probably crappy, first time using PowerShell) PowerShell script and added it as an 'Emulator' in Launchbox. I wasn't really expecting it to work, and... it didn't. It just opened the PowerShell script in notepad instead of running it . I was like 'Damn it! The one time I decide to use Powershell instead of batch, it doesn't launch '. But I was to lazy to rewrite it in another language (a batch file for example) so I found a little tool that converts a powershell script into an .exe. I added that to Launchbox and low and behold: it actually worked and launched the game in Dolphin. So many places where something could go wrong, but it worked. So, this is the chain it creates: Launchbox -> Proxy -> nNASOS -> Dolphin But it works like a charm. I can add compressed roms to Launchbox and actually launch them with the click of a button. There's only 1 major drawback: it doesn't remove the decompressed file after Dolphin has been closed (just like Launchbox removes an decompressed 7z file after exit). And I'm not sure if that's even possible without adding this functionality directly in Launchbox. If anyone has any idea if that's possible and how, please let me know. If anyone wants the powershell script, let me know and I'll upload it somewhere. Honestly not sure if there would be any interest it, at least not with that big drawback.
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    Thank you all very much! Putting the translations in and planning on releasing today.
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    OK xinput does not work over bluetooth in Windows 7, so that is likely the issue there. I'm not sure what it is actually connecting as then, but that is likely why it is not showing, it could be showing in Windows as some weird peripheral and not a controller at all. You could try the steps and driver in the below reddit thread, it's not strictly for the xbox one controller, but it gets xinput working over bluetooth on windows 7 with the controller mentioned, so should work with a xbox one controller also. @Charco also had the same issue on Windows 7 with his 8bitdo controller and that driver linked worked for him to get xinput working on Windows 7 over Bluetooth.
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    Yeah, its a known issue because the steam store is actually a Webpage wrapped in steam client, so Html tags works, I have to gather all the occurrences of html tags and replace it, actually I replace everything under <> , but these tags are not enclosed with anything. I'll try to fix those two, if you found more please post it here and I will fix it. I will try to add some kind of properties as well to: (first need to learn how to do it lol!) enable/disable of Custom fields Tags switch between each tag with its own Key/value and One Key with multiple values separated with ; (Pending to see how Launchbox will behave)
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    I'm sure it's going to be 🔥💯 take your time 💪🏼
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    Sorry for the long delay, all -- moving, new job, lots of changes, but thankfully positive. I've updated this plugin to work for the new LaunchBox v.Next -- I haven't made all the changes I want to yet, and I have only tested a few games, but the plugin ran successfully throughout the submission process. I hope this works for everyone, but if you have any issues, please let me know. One update I still need to make is regarding duplicate images, as @Mr. RetroLust mentioned above. I'm still getting caught up on everything essentially over the last year and a half, but that's one issue I want to tackle sooner rather than later.
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    Confirmed fix! Worked for me as well. Hot damn, you're beautiful. Devs any ideas?
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    Hi, marvelous work is your final pack will be available soon? Amazing stuff thanks
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    Update 0.9.0 This new version will try to give the Libretro Server Admin a way to help conserve the bandwidth by adding a User-Agent Header "Stellar Updater" to identify. It also has an Update Notification that will appear in the Title Bar if there is a new Stellar release. Download https://github.com/StellarUpdater/Stellar/releases Or Select Stellar from the Download Menu. Change Log Added New Release Self-Update Notifier in Title Bar Added Internet Connection Check if Offline Added User-Agent Header for Server Admin Optimized Controls using C# MVVM Menu Options Troubleshooting @Retro808 @Mizar @JamesBaker @Rincewind @dragon57 @neil9000 @spectral @TheMadMan007 @Mizar @Daliant
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    Moderators are going to be busy, and I still have to upload all the updated night mode versions of pack 1 lol. Pack 2 of all dual display layouts plus night mode updates are uploaded now, so in a few days perhaps they'll be available through the database. It'll take a while to complete the full artwork marquees, I guess within a month from now the complete Neo Geo marquee pack will be finished. Since I have about a few gigs worth of artwork I'll also be making 4K Neo Geo bezels including day and night mode in the future to make it a complete new experience.
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    You shouldn't have to edit or even need the .ps1 file. You should use the .exe version en pass the parameters from within Launchbox. This is my configuration (note that my roms are compressed in an archive, thus I have selected 'Extract ROM archives before running'. If your roms aren't archived you don't need to select that option): EDIT: if it still doesn't work; maybe the script has some problems with characters in your path, like the small a and stuff. You can try another (simpler) path as a test to see if that's the problem.
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    You have to enter the location to the .exe file and not the folder.
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    I had to edit a few things, because it's not that useful to other people if the paths to nNASOS and Dolphin are hardcoded in the script. Powershell was probably not the best idea (I mainly decided to use it just because I never used it before), but I'm too lazy to rewrite it in another language. And it works, so there's not much of a problem, it's more an annoyance. Here are the files. It contains both the source powershell script and an exe generated with this tool (because launching a powershell script from Launchbox doesn't work, again, powershell was probably not the best idea). So if you don't trust a random .exe file from the internet you can also generate your own using that tool. Usage: Download nNASOS from here if you don't already have it and place it somewhere. Obviously you also need to place the nNASOS-Proxy.exe somewhere too. Add nNASOS-Proxy.exe as an emulator in Launchbox. You need to add 2 command-line parameters in the edit-emulator window: the (full) path to nNASOS and the full path to Dolphin. It's best to surround them in quotes. So, the parameters should look something like this: "D:\full\path\to\nNASOS.exe" "D:\full\path\to\dolphin.exe" Then launch a gamecube or wii game (which should be already compressed using nNASOS to the .dec format) using nNASOS-Proxy as emulator and it should work. It should pop-up a console window, decompress the file and launch dolphin. Don't close the console yourself, otherwise it won't remove the decompressed .iso after you close dolphin. Again, it's a super simple script (just a few lines) and it basically doesn't have any failsaves or checks. E.g. if you try to launch anything other and a nNASOS compressed .dec file using it, it probably crashes.
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    I've actually got it completely working today, including the removal of the decompressed iso. Works great now. I can save hundreds of gigabytes on gamecube (and especially wii) games and at the same time launching a game is also a lot faster then having to wait on a 7z to extract. Gamecube games take ~15 seconds to decompress and wii games take about 50 seconds to decompress (which is still a lot faster than 7z) on my machine (with an i5 4690k). I'll tidy up the script and then put a download link here, although again; not sure if anyone here is even interested in it
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    Arcade - Most Played, Recently Played & Favorites View File Three auto populating playlist. Most Played: Looks at your Arcade platform games and the Play Counter, if the Play Counter is greater then "1" it is added to the list, this list is then default sorted by Highest Play Count. Recently Played: Looks at your Arcade platform games and the date, if the date is in the last 60 days it is added to the list, this list is then default sorted by Date. Favorites: Looks at your Arcade platform and whether a game has been favortied or not. Submitter natemac00 Submitted 08/31/2017 Category Playlists  
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