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  1. Oh lovely. Well if that's the case, then there is no solution currently. If either of our apps upgraded to the very broken storage access framework, it would ruin the possibility of communication between the frontend (us) and the emulator (Retroarch). Unfortunately the storage access framework is so poorly designed that it doesn't even provide an option (or at least not a documented one) for being able to properly share files between apps. So that of course ruins the possibility of a frontend. If anyone knows otherwise or has documentation that shows how it can be done, please let me know. Currently, I don't believe it can.
  2. @intoshadows This is not an issue that we've seen elsewhere, as of yet. What device are you using?
  3. I have a support ticket into Invision Community, our forums provider, to get this fixed. Sorry for all the trouble.
  4. Indeed, yes it does. You should be good to go.
  5. Yes, that's probably why. If Android isn't telling us what it is from retrieving all of the storage devices, it'll probably be difficult to find it. I'll be on this soon.
  6. Thank you @wooshaq, sounds great. Unfortunately I don't think I ever received any half-completed files from @wirtual82 (let me know if I'm wrong @wirtual82). You would need to get the files from him in order to resume his work. Otherwise, you'd basically be starting from the beginning (which is fine, but of course would be more work). If you read the first few posts at the beginning of this topic, it has full instructions as far as how to get started. Once you're done, you can upload the translation files here, and then I will compile them into a release.
  7. Well, it sounds like this thread is unrelated to that, so it would be best to create another thread to troubleshoot. I've not heard of anything like that for the 11.17 release. It could be theme-related, however.
  8. Yes, that helps, thanks. Might not be obvious what's going on, but it's definitely a step in the right direction. I'll look into it.
  9. Okay, well that's interesting. If Retroarch can't see the ROM files, then most likely we won't be able to launch Retroarch regardless. But I'll still dive in and see what I can figure out.
  10. @MDamian Hmm, well this one is likely to be difficult to solve without having that specific hardware for testing. It might help though to enable debug logging in the options, then maybe we'll see some errors in there if you can share a crashed debug log with us. The logs are in Logs subfolder of your LaunchBox folder, once you enable it.
  11. I haven't tested with dongles so far, so perhaps that's the issue. The curious thing though is that we're using the built-in storage mechanisms, so they should show up, but Android doesn't always do things the way they should, sigh. I'll see if I can grab a dongle and/or a USB drive to test with.
  12. You might need to grab the sideloaded version of Retroarch, but I think Retroarch Plus should have it. If mamearcade_libretro_android isn't there, it might be called mame_libretro_android.
  13. With Firefox, if a download fails, you should be able to just hit "Retry", and it should resume where it left off.
  14. The rep is still visible just by hovering your mouse of the user. I'm not familiar with that IDM product, but it sounds like that change happened when we updated to the latest version of Invision Community. Unfortunately we don't have the capacity to troubleshoot one-off forums issues like that with third party software packages. I will say though, that if you use a decent browser, the browser is able to resume downloads on its own just fine (or at least Firefox does just fine for me).
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