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  1. LaunchBox has an option to physically delete the file from your computer when you delete it in LaunchBox. The last time I tried it out it only deleted the file that LaunchBox was aware of (pointed to launch), so any game which used a working rom and a CHD only had the working rom deleted with the much larger CHD left. Also, any previously played games will have other unwanted items such as cfg, nvram and CHD diff files left behind.
  2. Out of curiosity, what does your neocd games folder contents look like?
  3. Actually the bezels won't need renaming, only the lay to be redone which I could do for you. All would seem ok, so I don't know why the games wont work as a software list (the 2 boxes ticked). I don't have my NeoGeo CD set as a software list dump so I'm not much use to you for that. Maybe some member who uses the neocd software list may come by and help you to get them going. If you do get them to launch with the boxes enabled let me know and I'll redo the lay so you can then use -view %romfile% in the Default Parameters. Bit of a straw clutcher here, but have you tried clearing the "Don't Use Quotes" box and just tick the "Use file name..." box?
  4. The game dump format (chd, bin, iso, wav etc) has no bearing on using bezels. With your current setup of neocdz -cdrm and both tickboxes empty, any game launched will use the lay's first view and show the generic bezel. Game custom parameters are needed to show each game's own bezel. The bezels as they came should not be renamed as the lay is designed to work with the original names. If you can emulate the games as a proper software list (both tickboxes enabled) then you can either stick with using game custom parameters or use the %romfile% variable in your Default Parameters. If you go with using -view %romfile% in the Default Parameters, then by renaming both the bezels and the view name references in the lay to match the game names you won't need to bother with game custom parameters. As you seem to have a software list version of the games in your neocd folder I would try and get the games to work with the two tickboxes enabled first before bothering with bezels. Where is your neocd games folder and is your MAME ini rompath aware of it's location? By the way, if you get the software list emulation (boxes ticked) to work I can redo the lay and send it to you, so you will only need to rename the bezel pngs.
  5. Just like my setup. I imagine that ticking the two boxes causes your game to not launch. My games are in a format that can't be used as a software list and it's possible your's are the same.
  6. I just reread the thread and some confuson may have arisen heheh. So before you ever started to use the bezels were your command line parameters neocdz -cdrm Also, were the "Use filename only..." and "Don't use quotes" boxes ticked or empty.
  7. Use neocdz -view %romfile% -cdrm If that fails then use neocdz -view %romfile% -cdrm %romfile%
  8. If no custom parameters are set for the games, then MAME will default to the first <view name> in the lay which references the generic bezel png. Getting the games to use custom bezels directly from the Default Command Line Parameters is possible where 1. The games are emulated as a software list (Use file name only... and Don't use quotes boxes enabled) 2. The lay's <view name> entries as well as the png images match the games software list names Where these conditions are met, then -view %romfile% can be used in the Default Command Line Parameters; the media parameter may or may not need %romfile% to be added as well.
  9. The bezels are over at The Bezel Project on GitHub. https://github.com/thebezelproject/bezelprojectSA-NG-CD Open the link, open the Code box and download the zip.
  10. @dragon57 Thanks so much for obliging me with the Orion-128 video. Top class work as always, and I love the Russian badged monitor!
  11. @dragon57 Many thanks for the reply, and I did find your platform set. The zip contains a png of the Orion-128 computer plus 8 short mp4 game videos. If these are unsuitable to work with it's not a bother. orion128.zip
  12. @viking @dragon57 Any possibility of doing the Orion-128 Russian home computer? By the way, I can't access the "You can find additional videos here" click-link. Receiving the error 2D161/1
  13. SNK Neo Geo Custom 3D Boxes (fronts and backs) View File These custom boxes are a sort of hybrid, with an MVS flyer look and some basic AES elements (Megs/Players count and genre colour) thrown in. They may better suit a Neo Geo (MVS or AES) platform rather than a generic Arcade one. The official MVS games as well as a number of bootlegs, conversions (from CD and AES), protos, homebrews, non-releases and so on are included. Meow! Submitter spycat Submitted 08/11/2020 Category Game Box Art  
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    These custom boxes are a sort of hybrid, with an MVS flyer look and some basic AES elements (Megs/Players count and genre colour) thrown in. They may better suit a Neo Geo (MVS or AES) platform rather than a generic Arcade one. The official MVS games as well as a number of bootlegs, conversions (from CD and AES), protos, homebrews, non-releases and so on are included. Meow!
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