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  1. We'd like to announce that @faeran has officially joined our team here at Unbroken Software, LLC! If you've been around long enough, you probably know him from all the themes he's been sharing with the community since 2017. He will now be serving as our Product Manager, and while that title doesn't do justice to all the things he'll be doing behind the scenes, you'll definitely be seeing his presence more and more as he settles. Some of his new roles pertaining to the community will include: Supporting LaunchBox through email, forums and social media Listening to the co
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  2. World Rally 2: Twin Racing mame arcade bezel wrally2.zip
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  4. SNES MSU-1 Cover Art View File Box art/Cover Pack for the SNES MSU1 platform. 41 games in total with more being added often. Still snaps (Game Play and Title) and clear logos, system background images and clear logos included! Check back for updates as more MSU1 games are released. Video Snaps available on the EmuMovies FTP *All artwork made/modified/compiled by: Riffman81* Submitter Riffman81 Submitted 10/12/2017 Category
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  5. Version 5.0

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    Note: This thread will not be pushed to the front in the "whats new" section, if you want notifications for future updates to this file be sure to follow this page by using the follow button in the upper right corner Here's my collection of Lights Off realistic retroarch bezels, many more to come when I add more platforms to my game collection so stay tuned by using above method. You can find other bezels that are part of my "Lights Out!" series over here: Neo Geo v2 4K - Lights Out - Realistic Retroarch Bezels Capcom Play System I 4K - Lights Out - Realistic Retroarch Bez
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  6. Welcome!! LaunchBox Enterprises is booming!!
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  7. Problem is you are trying to emulate a pretty recent system. Systems like that and also PS3 are going to cost way more to emulate than they are to buy real hardware (most people already have the hardware and see what they can get away with emulating on it, they don usually buy hardware to specifically emulate a platform), that's just the nature of emulation, NES needed a powerful PC when those emulators first appeared, and things haven't changed in that regard, you need hardware many times more powerful than the hardware you intend to emulate.
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  8. I have retroarch 1.9.2. I can access the menu pressing f1. Maybe check the retroarch.cfg file. There should be a line called: input_menu_toggle = "f1" If that's there then the only reason for why f1 isn't working for you (hat I can think of) is that you have to hold down the "FN" key on your keyboard while pressing f1 (if your keyboard is laid out that way".
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  9. Well, setting this up in retroarch is actually quite easy. Maybe Rocketlauncher is the problem? I can imagine Rocketlauncher somehow overweighting retroarch's settings? I would try testing this using just retroarch without using rocketlauncher to check if it's working.
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  10. Extract this into you gameboy bezels folder for testing For your bezel, you need to specify the bezel co-ordinates as noted above (no idea what yours are) into the module info in RL for RA _Default.zip
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  11. Created video for Gaelco (Arcade)_Gaelco.mp4
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  12. Version 1.3

    1,372 downloads

    This theme requires LaunchBox v11.10 or above. --------- The new LaunchBox update is here, and with it comes many new Big Box theming features. The highlight amongst them is a brand new Wall View. This theme showcases the new wall view by providing 2 inspired views utilizing the new Wall View CoverFlow wheel. What kind of things can the new CoverFlow wheel do? Download this theme and take a look. The views use the following artwork: Clear Logos Screenshots Background Fanart BoxArt - Front Game Videos Don't forget to
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  13. Just found something today, when you change the view to "List view" you can select all games with CTRL+A then with CTRL+C copy all the list to clipboard and paste it in Excel or any other spreadsheet software. :-)
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