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darthopus

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  1. I was able to get something together that works for me. There is probably a better way to do it, but this works. #IfWinNotActive, LaunchBox Big Box $vk07sc000:: run %windir%\System32\DisplaySwitch.exe /external Run, mmsys.cpl WinWait,Sound ; Change "Sound" to the name of the window in your local language ControlSend,SysListView321,{Down 3} ; This number selects the matching audio device in the list, change it accordingly ControlClick,&Set Default ; Change "&Set Default" to the name of the button in your local language ControlClick,OK Send, ^!o aDown:=A_TickCount While GetKeyState("vk07sc000") Duration:=(A_TickCount-aDown) If (Duration<300) run "G:\LaunchBox\BigBox.exe" Else {} Return #IfWinActive, LaunchBox Big Box $vk07sc000:: aDown:=A_TickCount While GetKeyState("vk07sc000") Duration:=(A_TickCount-aDown) If (Duration<300) send, x Else {} run %windir%\System32\DisplaySwitch.exe /internal Run, mmsys.cpl WinWait,Sound ; Change "Sound" to the name of the window in your local language ControlSend,SysListView321,{Down 1} ; This number selects the matching audio device in the list, change it accordingly ControlClick,&Set Default ; Change "&Set Default" to the name of the button in your local language ControlClick,OK Send, ^!o Process, Close, Bigbox.exe Return
  2. I am using a wonderful script, written by ChadMondo on this forum, for using the Home button on an Xbox One Controller to launch and close BigBox. It works perfectly. The code can be found here: https://forums.launchbox-app.com/topic/42319-ahk-script-for-windows-10-use-center-guide-button-to-open-big-box-hold-button-down-to-turn-off-controller/ I am trying to adapt it to change between two monitors. It works for switching to the second monitor, but will not work for switching back. Here is the code. I'm pretty sure it is the #IfWinNotExist and #ifWinActive lines that are giving me the trouble since they look to see if a window exists/not exists. I've looked at the documentation and cannot seem to find how to have autohotkey determine which monitor is being used. Any ideas? #IfWinNotExist, LaunchBox Big Box $vk07sc000:: aDown:=A_TickCount While GetKeyState("vk07sc000") Duration:=(A_TickCount-aDown) If (Duration<300) run %windir%\System32\DisplaySwitch.exe /external Else {} Return #IfWinActive, LaunchBox Big Box $vk07sc000:: aDown:=A_TickCount While GetKeyState("vk07sc000") Duration:=(A_TickCount-aDown) If (Duration<300) run %windir%\System32\DisplaySwitch.exe /internal Else {} Return
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    Importing with RocketLauncher

    I use Rocket Launcher simply for the compression and loading screen functionality. This is what I did. I simply imported the games into rocket launcher just to make sure it was able to load the roms correctly. I then imported them into Launchbox using the Launchbox method, but instead of selecting Mame, I simply selected Rocket Launcher as the emulator. That Should do it. This way Launchbox does its thing correctly and rocket launcher does its thing.
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