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  1. I'll tell you why, anyway Go to view, and click File name extensions. This will make it so you see that darn txt-file for what it really is. What you have now is actually script.py.txt, which you will see when you check that box. Once thats done, you should be able to rename it to only script.py. The file type should then become a "Python source file", and not a "Text document" as it is now Anyway, as I said before - whatever works!
  2. Since it's another drive, you need to do this: F: cd "Video Snaps" Give yourself a pat on the back for being so patient
  3. progress is good! The script file would need to be renamed (i.e, remove the .txt extension) before you can call it as script.py - but whatever works I guess It will put the files in whatever directory you are in when you call the script. It seems that you have fixed the path-issue, so you should be able to do this cd "F:\Video Snaps\" python script.py.txt And the files should end up in the correct folder
  4. Where did you install python 3.7? You can actually just point to that specific installation. For me it is installed at: C:\Users\Server\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python37-32 Find that folder in explorer. Open a command prompt, write cd and drag the folder into the window cd C:\Users\Server\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python37-32 Now you run the script using that version of python: .\python.exe "F:\Video Snaps\script.py" To answer your question, yes, there is a way to set 3.7 as your default, but that involves messing with your path variables press win+r, and write sysdm.cpl, and press enter. Then, go to Advanced -> Environment Variables (at the bottom) Double click the row that says Path, and add the folder from above in there: Hope that helps
  5. try running it as python3 "F:\Video Snaps\scrypt.py" It seems your default python version is 2.7, and it needs to use python 3.7 Also, your file has been named script.py.txt, but it should be script.py. Windows adds the .txt extension for whatever reason. Just right click the file -> Rename -> remove the .txt part
  6. When I launch a game and then hit the pause key, the pause screen shows up as expected. But when i press resume, the emulator is in windowed mode. I tried adding WinActivate Mesen Send F11 to the resume-script, but no cigar. (F11 being the fullscreen key in Mesen) Does anyone have suggestions?
  7. There are plenty of ways to download from youtube, however most of them download the whole file as-is. Most game videos that I would like are longplays, which may be up to 4 hours long, when I just need it cut to 2 minutes. I am a developer and am used to working this way, but I understand that it's not for everyone. I suppose a GUI would make it more user friendly, but .. priorities
  8. Hey all! I'm having trouble with platform videos in BigBox. When I select a platform, such as Nintendo Entertainment System, I can see and hear the video, but it fades to black in a matter of 750ms, and the audio stops. I'm on Windows 10, LaunchBox 11.6 and I use the default BigBox theme. I have tried other themes with the same result. I'm certain that the platform videos have worked before, but not anymore for whatever reason. I use VLC for video, but I have also tested WMP. All transitions are set to fade, if that matters. All game videos works just fine, both audio and visuals. The video path doesn't have any funky special characters or anything: These are my video settings within BigBox: Edit 1: I have also tried to delete the default theme, and BigBoxSettings.xml Edit 2: I tested other views - all of them work, except the Text List With Details view, which is the one I'm trying to use. If the case is that this particular view does not support videos - is there a quick way to add such functionality through the XML files?
  9. Unfortunately, I don't know have any idea how to do this.. some disks simply just boot to the desktop as you say. I have mapped my PS3 controller to use one of the analog sticks as a mouse, so its not a deal breaker for me. If you find a workaround, do share!
  10. Right click the game -> edit and choose additional apps. From there you should be able to add joytokey as an app, and check a box so that it runs when the game does. You can then create an AHK script (or batch script) to exit joytokey, that you add as an application that runs when the game closes. I hope that made sense.
  11. Oh, so it's the other way around, then.. My mistake!
  12. Gotcha! Those are command line arguments that the emulators accept. They are implemented by each individual emulator. You would have to check each emulator that you're interested in. So as an example, for Dolphin, you would find them here: https://wiki.dolphin-emu.org/index.php?title=Help:Contents#Command_Line_Options
  13. Can you be more specific?
  14. I have not used vJOY, but I am an avid user of JoyToKey, which probably does mostly the same? Anyway, in it you can associate applications with profiles: Once set up, it will automatically switch to the correct profile, when an application is active.
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