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  1. No problem! Here's a slightly updated version AppleWin (update) - pause seems to be working now when turning off "force" Bliss - Intellivision - Startup Working - Fade Working weird/wonky screen behavivor while going in and out of pause screen, much smoother with "force" turned off Punes - Nintendo NES - Startup Working - Fade Working (with "force" on or off) Kat5200 - Atari 5200 - Startup Working - Fade Working (with "force" on or off) WinVice - Commodore Computers - Startup Working - Fade Working (with "force" on or off) Stella - Atari 2600 - Startup Working - Fade Working (with "force" on or off) Reicast - Sega Dreamcast - Startup Working - Fade Working (with "force" on or off) MelonDS - Nintendo DS - Startup Working - Fade Working (with "force" on or off) Desmume - Nintendo DS - Startup Working - Fade Working (with "force" on or off) mGBA - Gameboy Advance - Startup Working - Fade Working (only with "force" on)
  2. Had a chance to try out a few more emulators with the new pause feature, along with one update AppleWin (update) - pause seems to be working now when turning off "force pause" Bliss - Intellivision - Startup Working - Fade Working with issues weird/wonky screen behavivor while going in and out of pause screen, also very slow Punes - Nintendo NES - Startup Working - Fade Working Kat5200 - Atari 5200 - Startup Working - Fade Working WinVice - Commodore Computers - Startup Working - Fade Working Stella - Atari 2600 - Startup Working - Fade Working Reicast - Sega Dreamcast - Startup Working - Fade Working MelonDS - Nintendo DS - Startup Working - Fade Working
  3. AppleWin - Startup Screen WORKING, Pause Screen - BROKEN After starting the pause screen, can't return to emulator and must exit with CTRL+ALT+DEL keys
  4. Here's a new one, CPCE, an excellent Amstrad CPC emulator and a familiar Commodore 64 emulator CPCE - Amstrad CPC - Startup screens WORKING, Pause screens WORKING Hoxs64 - Commodore 64 - Startup screens WORKING, Pause screens BROKEN Note: When pausing with Hoxs64, everything freezes and I have to CTRL+ALT+DEL (or similar action) to exit
  5. Altirra Various Atari 8-bit Yes Working Working Seems to be working fine with Altirra with its default settings, but I've only tried a few games so far
  6. Beautiful work once again! Thanks a lot for sharing another great theme!
  7. Thank you! Got it to work quite easily with the code that Jason provided. Now it would be great to just get the video to fade in and fade out to make the transition somewhat smoother
  8. Very nice! But how can we implement it into a startup theme?
  9. Great work! You're getting one step closer to making RocketLauncher become completely redundant, which is certainly a good thing For what it's worth, RocketLauncher is a very fine addition to LaunchBox but its lack of updates and some other nuances such as the need for modules make it somewhat frustrating. I tried out the new pause feature with retroarch and mame, and so far everything seems pretty good!
  10. No worries! Any theme editor is certainly a welcome addition to BigBox and looking forward to see its release 😁
  11. This is coming along very nicely! Just wondering, will it be able to work with existing themes? For example, I want to change or move some elements with another theme, I can modify them with PASC CE?
  12. To reiterate what Lordmonkus very well pointed out, you're totally in the wrong place for anything related to raspberry pi. However, Launchbox and BigBox are a whole lot better in my opinion, while using a standard PC/laptoo setup. Having said that, it will take some time and effort to get it set up on your computer, but it's well worth it in the end. There's plenty of helpful people here as well as youtube tutorials and such. Good luck with your new adventures in emulation!
  13. Totally agree. I've messed with the retroarch mame core with non-arcade games on several occassions and honestly, it's a major hassle. For now i'd say it's really not worth all the wasted time since the standalone version of mame is a whole lot easier to get up and running
  14. Definitely going to check this out soon. Thanks a lot for sharing such an awesome c64 creation!
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