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  1. Fixed this in the latest release.
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  2. Here I reworked my original Neo Geo console bezel to work with HyperspaceMadness's reflection shaders.
    2 points
  3. Version 1.0.4

    804 downloads

    LV-101 is dark, futuristic and responsive theme. Theme uses custom device and playlist images (download the psd templates from here). 108 devices are included in this package. Should work well with 16:10, 16:9, 4:3 and 5:4 ratios. Theme was designed to use box art, gameplay screenshot and gameplay video. If you want to make changes you can download the Community Creator Tool Files. For view transitions I recommend the vertical animation, it just feels right with this theme. Requires a powerful system to run smoothly. Tried it with i5-4570t and performance was horrible. AllN
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  4. I spoke to @Mr.Laor, the poster of this thread above. He assured me no one was working on this. If any coder is working on this in the hope of getting paid, let me know and i'll happily remove this. Download this: LB Custom Badge.zip Extract it anywhere. Open "LB_Custom_Badge.exe". Fill in the fields and press compile. After you get the "compile complete" message box. Look in the same folder as "LB_Custom_Badge.exe" for a .dll file. Move that .dll into Launchbox/Plugins and restart launchbox and enable the badge. I made this app to give myself a break from
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  5. Version 1.0.5

    2,870 downloads

    What is it? CoinOps Redux is a port of CoinOps Next to BigBox, co-created with @Klopjero. The theme has been developed using the Community Theme Creator (all the credit to @y2guru) and should display correctly in both 16:9 and 4:3 ratios. As in the case of CoinOps, it relies on 1120x1080 fanart images for game wheel views. Big thanks to BritneysPAIRS and the CoinOps team for their work in CoinOps and for their amazing theme design. Views It includes the following BigBox views: - 4 platform views. - 2 game wheels for arcade based systems. - 2 game wh
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  6. Version 1.0.4

    153 downloads

    Here are the LV-101 theme files for Community Theme Creator for BigBox. Go ahead and post screenshots of your versions of the theme here. I would love to see some of the changes you have made to the theme. Made with Community Theme Creator for BigBox 1.0.8.0 You can download the theme for BigBox from here: Credits: Special thanks to @y2guru for the COMMUNITY Theme Creator tool. @viking for the amazing platform videos. Fonts: Montserrat Designed by Julieta Ulanovsky, Sol Matas, Juan Pablo del Peral, Jacques Le Bailly (https://fonts.google.com/spec
    1 point
  7. Version 1.0.1

    100 downloads

    So I just built a custom Bioshock-themed arcade cabinet and wanted to deck it out with a custom BigBox theme for game browsing. There wasn't one on here so I ended up making one myself thanks to the awesome Community tool. Just wanted to share this for anyone else interested! Imported fonts from Bioshock Comes with the in-game piano rolls for Select and Back sounds Highlighting around selected option on systems/text view BigBox main menu also has custom selector seen from the main menu on Bioshock I won't be updating this or anything, just feel free to use howev
    1 point
  8. Hi @Zombeaver, I'm watching this collection come together and it is really amazing the work you are putting in. It's things like this that enrich this community and it is fantastic. I will be adding the project into my setup when it is further along but have used the standalone version and it is great. Many thanks for all your hard work. I have a request for a game if I could be so forward? It is Andy Capp by Mirrorsoft. Once more, bravo and thanks.
    1 point
  9. @Orionsangel great work once again! Would be nice to see that one modified with a Sega Genesis logo (replaced) in the future
    1 point
  10. Found what was causing it. I left Any Key on, and didn't do anything with DetectJoysticks=0, however detectjoysticks=0 would have probably also solved it. What I found, was that when I unmarked "Any Key", and hit "Pick", it would immediately say "J3UP". I was like, thats wierd, I don't have 3 joysticks and what was keeping it pressed up. I unplugged all the USB devices attached, and it was still occuring. I finally went to add/remove programs and found I was using a very old version of VJoy 1.2 which allows the keyboard to act like a joystick. After uninstalling that, and r
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  11. Here I reworked my original Sega Mega Drive Japanese console bezel to work with HyperspaceMadness's reflection shaders.
    1 point
  12. Thanks @GreenGriffon I appreciate it bro. To every story there is a second, we can't base our judgements by one side of a story, everyone has their reasons why they act. I have my reasons why I don't share every asset I created or restored, but I don't feel like discussing it. That said I don't like dramatics and certainly not in this thread (just saying before more replies come at this topic) as I like to keep it clean and compact for people searching a specific bezel to download manually for now and in the future.
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    Very great work ! Huge
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  13. New version availalble.
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  14. My issue wasn't a key, but an analog joystick. Analog joystick values are always changing (hence why we have deadzones with them), and that was causing the issue. The solution in my case was in the LEDBlinky settings.ini file to disable checking joysticks.
    1 point
  15. Wow! Doing god's work once again. Honestly I'm sure I can talk for all of us when I say THANK YOU for making such perfectionist work available to everyone. I'm not taking if for granted and I really appreciate how you are sharing these beautiful projects. 🤩
    1 point
  16. @ThomasOEM If you are speaking about MAME software list there are a few threads running around on LB if do a search. This website (click "All Systems" button at left and then look under Name column) has comprehensive list of what you put in for the "name" in the Default Command-Line Parameters along with any options (usually computer based emulation) as well as media type name (for those that have multiple like cassettes, floppies). But in general, software lists work similarly in either one of two setups mentioned (i.e., with the "use file name only..." checked or not checked. Most I have e
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  17. @ThomasOEM I assume you were over at PD asking this. This is one of those platforms that requires a checkbox checked versus what is in the Arcade setup. So make an additional MAME emulator entry. I called mine "MAME_MESS" but you can call whatever. Then under that emulator, check the box "Use file name only..." Note this isn't checked in the normal MAME arcade setup. Example with 1942 game in software list for NES Then for NES platform input the nes -cart setting like normal (this is platforms only for my "MAME_MESS" emulator: Basically, one "MAME" versio
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  18. All softlists used in MAME will require a Default Command Line Parameter. And they're all different. For the NES it's "nes -cart". Some will also require a BIOS file and some, 1 or more device files. NES (I believe) doesn't require any 'extra' files. Are these other systems working when ran from inside MAME itself?
    1 point
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