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  1. RetroHumanoid

    Unified Refried 2.0

    You can just delete the code below from the view you don't want discs/carts <!-- DISC IMAGE --> <Image x:Name="DiscImage" Grid.Column="4" Grid.ColumnSpan="2" Grid.Row="3" Grid.RowSpan="3" Source="{Binding Path=ActiveGame.CartFrontImagePath}" Opacity="100" Panel.ZIndex="12" Margin="-250,20,175,70" Stretch="Uniform" VerticalAlignment="Center" HorizontalAlignment="Left" RenderOptions.BitmapScalingMode="HighQuality" RenderTransformOrigin="0.5,0.5"> <Image.RenderTransform> <TransformGroup> <ScaleTransform/> <RotateTransform /> <TranslateTransform X="4000"/> </TransformGroup> </Image.RenderTransform> </Image>
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    Unified Refried 2.0

    If you are using the Default theme,and are not using the Queso addon,then you should rename the videoborder and background to match your platforms name. If you are using the Default theme,and you are using the Queso addon,then you only change the name of the background to match your platform...afterwards you should change the custom view xaml filenames to match your platform name...no other artwork should be changed,because the names of the videoborders in the arcade pack are hard referenced in the custom view xaml's. In a future update,all art will be hard referenced from the addons...but,for now,with the addon,you still have to check the backgrounds platform name
  3. RetroHumanoid

    Unified Refried 2.0

    They are there...but,they are named PC Games. This was actually a mistake,and there are a few other systems I have to fix up like that as well. On my cabinet I call it PC Games,but,when I released it,I figured Windows was a better name since there are alot of different categories of PC Games. Refried 2.0 is the version from my cabinet.To remedy this easily,you can go into each custom view folder in the themes "Views" folder and change the name of all the PC Games xaml's to Windows.
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    Whiting,Indiana...a peaceful little town....30 minutes out from South Side Chicago where I lived the first 30 or so years of my life
  5. RetroHumanoid

    Unified Refried 2.0

    This is odd,because in the new version of the default theme,there is artwork for "Sony Playstation Portable" and "Sony PSP" But,in the old version of the theme,this is not the case...it only had "Sony Playstation Portable" And in the Queso Addon,it really doesn't matter what the artwork is called,as long as the custom view file for that platform,references it by the correct name,which out-of-the-box, it does... And as long as the view file is named after the users platform name correctly,which is the first place a user should look if artwork doesn't show correctly. I think you may have possibly lost something in the installation,and you are using the old version of Refried,but,merged the queso addon into it.I know you said it was a fresh install,but,all the evidence points to the possibility of PEBCAK...if not,then I will eat my shoe.Or possibly the drastic change of the Refried themes structure,while still retaining the same name of the theme,may have caused an issue with LaunchBox itself. What I would do is start with a fresh download of Refried 2.0 and Queso Fresco. Change Big Box to a different theme in the options menu. Disable "Remember Separate View for each Platform" Browse through that different theme,change views on a platform Shut down big box and remove anything related to refried from your themes folder. Place the new version of Refried and merge the addon into it. Then start big box and see if that solves anything. Also,let me know if the ps3-ps4 thing persists after this and I will look into it further. I don't have those on my cabinet,but,I can try to figure out what is going on.Just an fyi on this though,I did change the name of the custom "Nintendo Entertainment System" wheelgamesview xaml to "nintendo entertainment system", and it made no difference. The addon border showed just fine,and capitalization doesn't seem to matter. " I went and renamed all PS references with uppercase (i.e., Sony PlayStation) so everything was same." I am curious about what files you had to rename in this process though. The ghost folders might be part of the first problem,and probably has something to do with the "Remember Separate Views" option.Hopefully it gets sorted out with the above method.
  6. RetroHumanoid

    RetroHumanoid Cinematics & Refried Theme

    doh..that's 2 of them now...thanks for letting me know
  7. RetroHumanoid

    Unified Refried 2.0

    Thanks for the heads up...not sure how that happened. Luckily it's not a platform that most people have,but, next update I will straighten it out
  8. RetroHumanoid

    RetroHumanoid Cinematics & Refried Theme

    literally one of the first lines in the themes description,on the download page.... *This replaces the old version of Refried entirely. DO NOT merge this new version with the old one.
  9. RetroHumanoid

    RetroHumanoid Cinematics & Refried Theme

    straight from the download page description ... Important note**If you install this theme,and the artwork does not display properly for a platform on your system,then more than likely it is a naming conflict between your platform and the files in the theme. To fix this issue,you must locate these files and change the name to your actual platforms name: 1.Images/Theme/Background/(name of your platform that is mislabeled) 2.Images/Theme/VideoBorder/(name of your platform that is mislabeled) If you install the Queso Fresco addon as well,then you must also rename the custom view xaml files to your platform name.
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    RetroHumanoid Cinematics & Refried Theme

    You would probably have luck looking up HyperPi PC videos...or maybe the work done by @harryoke would fit the style you are looking for
  11. RetroHumanoid

    RetroHumanoid Cinematics & Refried Theme

    The ones linked are as close as you are going to find,if you are trying to match my theme...sorry. I'm actually not even sure I know exactly what you are asking for tbh.
  12. RetroHumanoid

    RetroHumanoid Cinematics & Refried Theme

    I just backed out to options,then switched to criticalzone...exited options to load criticalzone...shut down big box...moved all the old refried files to a backup folder...then loaded big box again and switched to refried 2.0. May not have been the easiest way,but,it worked fine for me. Also,what neil said about turning off the seperate views per platform option and doing things and stuff.
  13. RetroHumanoid

    RetroHumanoid Cinematics & Refried Theme

    If you change the text size,it will also change the wheel size...if that is something you are ok with,then the item colored red here will alter the size...It is near the bottom of the view xaml,and you will have to change this value for every system/view you want to change. The best way would be to use Notepad++ and change them all at once in bulk. <!-- WHEEL --> <coverFlow:FlowControl x:Name="FlowControl" HorizontalAlignment="Stretch" VerticalAlignment="Stretch" Grid.Column="4" Grid.ColumnSpan="3" Grid.Row="0" Grid.RowSpan="8" CoverFactory="{Binding CoverFactory}" ImageType="Clear Logos" CurveAmount="0" CameraZPosition="2.1" VisibleCount="16" PageSize="6" Spacing="1" ItemZPosition="0.7" SelectedItemZPosition="1.1" Panel.ZIndex="10" > <coverFlow:FlowControl.Opacity>100</coverFlow:FlowControl.Opacity> <coverFlow:FlowControl.Effect> <DropShadowEffect BlurRadius="20" Direction="-10" RenderingBias="Quality" ShadowDepth="1" Color="White" /> </coverFlow:FlowControl.Effect> </coverFlow:FlowControl>
  14. RetroHumanoid

    RetroHumanoid Cinematics & Refried Theme

    nope,same files
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