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  1. Not that I'm aware of. Not enough votes I guess. If you want to see it happen, go to the link for the ticket, vote up this feature, and spread the word for others to do the same.
  2. Any chance you can share a link to that pack? I think I went through every inch of your gallery, and could not locate them.
  3. Not sure, but you can check his website and his YouTube channel. Tons of content there. https://retrohumanoid.weebly.com/downloads.html
  4. Respectfully, you've been posting about your issue for a week in the release thread. Those of us who are subscribed to this thread would like to hear about new releases and upcoming features. Instead, we're constantly being spammed nonstop with tech support posts. How about starting your own thread in the Troubleshooting forum? Or heaven forbid, submitting a formal bug report to either LB or the Retroarch team?
  5. I'm a tech guy and I still made that mistake, so I'm sure you'll be saving someone else the trouble by doing this. Thanks!
  6. I guess I did miss that when I first downloaded it. Normally the themes here already have the appropriately named folder inside. Still, it's minimal effort to make life a little easier for users.
  7. Mr. Retrolust, awesome theme, but I think a quick fix is in order. Your 1.4 file doesn't have a folder named "NeonDeluxeArcade" inside. When someone goes to extract it and move it to their Themes folder in LB, the theme will throw up a ton of errors. Took me awhile to realize what the problem was.
  8. See that sentence? The part where you admit you have no understanding whatsoever of development? That's the precise moment where your "complaint" ceased to be constructive. If it ever was.
  9. It's impossible to maintain any level of energy and enthusiasm for a project if you don't once in awhile shake things up. If Jason is excited about working on an Android version, he needs to do what inspires him. Creative energy is something that needs to be fed.
  10. Saw the Patreon section. Good luck with it. Your "Platform Covered" section doesn't include any mention of either Cave or the U.S. Super Nintendo. I was just asking if you would put them on your list.
  11. Hey Viking, I love your new set! Looks like I may have to switch over from your Nostalgia set. Any chance you can do videos for a CAVE upright and the US version of the Nintendo SNES? Thanks!
  12. That's a good start....thank you!
  13. I understood what you were saying. As I already explained, if you use an existing image category, unless you remember to uncheck the box, the files will be overwritten the next time you update your media through the LB database. Yes you can do it, but it's far from an ideal solution. Jason already said he'd consider the idea. Thanks for the suggestion.
  14. True, but those are based on MAME defaults. They make sense from a logical gameplay approach (i.e. the first button is usually 'Fire'), but they're not necessarily the authentic controls. In the case of arcade games, I've modified my controls for a large number of games to more accurately reflect the layout found on the original cabinets. A lot of work, but the end result is worth it from a nostalgia point of view. I just want to have the ability to show a custom image, without having to modify, delete, or overwrite artwork that is automatically downloaded from the LB database.
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