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  1. Yeah, no problem, I understand. 🙂 I just didn't want readers thinking that 10.9 was a magic fix.
  2. I stand corrected. Still the same problem. Looks like it's only during the first scroll through, until everything is cached.
  3. 10.9 seems to have alleviated my problems so far. Thanks!
  4. Does everyone have this problem or is it a certain combination of things (hardware/software)? If I can change my configuration of Windows settings to use the new theme I definitely would, instead of reverting to an older one. Thanks for the info, guys! 🙂
  5. It acts exactly like a dirty mouse wheel sensor while scrolling in LaunchBox 10.8 with the new default theme, bouncing back a few lines with every scroll. This isn't a mouse wheel problem though, I checked for dust or fuzz, and it doesn't happen while using any other software or window. I'm using a Logitech G600 with Logitech Gaming software version 9.02.65 Thanks in advance!
  6. When I try to search for metadata for any game I have an error about connecting to Wikipedia in the dropdown list. I'm not sure if I always had the problem from the start of using 10.7 or if it happened sometime during using it. Figured it was just a glitch that would work out with 10.8, but it's still happening. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance! 🙂
  7. I agree. With ScummVM being a platform, games have to be listed with their true platform in their name. Maniac Mansion would have a few variants. Ex. Maniac Mansion (MS-DOS v1), Maniac Mansion (Commodore 64), Maniac Mansion (Amiga) Maniac Mansion (FM Towns)... and so on.
  8. I set up this batch file that I use for running my FM-Towns games through Unz. Maybe someone would find it useful here. I have the batch file in the same folder as Unz, and set it (the batch file) as the emulator. Then it should mount the cd images correctly and unmount them after you close Unz. Unz for LaunchBox.bat
  9. I never knew this was implemented at all. I was going to suggest it because it's a great idea. 🙂 Glad it's going to be re-implemented.
  10. @Jason Carr Not sure if I'm doing something wrong. Nothing was changed in MS-DOS (Platform), except adding PC Booters (Playlist) and now MS-DOS (Platform) is at the top of the platforms list. Am I missing something? It should stay in its sorted position, right?
  11. Hello @Jason Carr I figured it got missed. No problem, and thanks for looking into it. 🙂
  12. Here are a couple of screenshots. It's a handful of games. Seems to be any game that contains the same word as a 1 word named game.
  13. Hmm, the problem I'm having doesn't have to do with downloading images. All the correct images download to the correct games, but once everything is downloaded correctly, I click on them and they are sharing images. Psycho pinball had images from Psycho (an adventure game) and Elite Plus (a VGA game) had images from Elite (a EGA game.)
  14. I've got a couple of games I had to rename and redownload their images because they are grouping images together as if they are the same game. Examples are Psycho and Psycho Pinball, and Eilte and Elite Plus. As a temporary workaround, I renamed Psycho to Psycho: Arcade Quest and I renamed Elite Plus to Elite+.
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