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  1. This is going to be annoying, but tyou might have to start from scratch. But first, see if your PS2 category is causing you issues. Mine is named "Sony Playstation 2." If yours isn't named like that, see if changing it up works. If not, go into your plugins folder and delete the configurator. If Launchbox is open, close it. Download the zip again. Open the zip file, and drag the folder inside of it into your plugins folder. Open Launchbox again. Go to your PS2 games section and the option should be there. If that doesn't work, the problem could be with your Launchbox install.
  2. Right click on your PS2 game and go to "PCSX2 Configurator". Follow the obvious steps in the popup, or configure yourself. If you choose that option, you'll be given an instance of PCSX2 where you choose your options. Once you finish, it'll save a set of configs that get launched when you launch that specific game.
  3. Download the zip, extract it, and place the folder in your Launchbox\Plugins folder. If Launchbox is open, close and open the folder again. Also, if you run into an issue where you get an "Unexpected Parameter" error when trying to launch PS2 games --I've been dealing with this one for the past day-- it's because of the command line. After you use the configuration tool, you're going to have some command line text under the emulation tab. Look specifically at the "nogui" part, delete the long dash in front of it, and replace it with two short minus/hyphens so that it looks like "--nogui". Your games will boot just fine after that.
  4. This is like 95% of what I want in a theme, and I'm only saying 95% because it's in beta. This is amazing work.
  5. I'm looking for Xbox one, PS4, Gamecube, and Wii U specifically, but any and all scripts would be beneficial. I think I have all of the other disc based platforms. I've been making things by hand using some PSDs, and nothing is turning out how I like it as often as I like.
  6. I went to the site but I didn't know where to look earlier so I gave up. Thanks for pointing those out to me; those PSDs will go a long with with supplementing the PNGs I found. I don't have all 3D boxes covered, but what I do have should suffice. Now I have what I need to get some work done for some of the romhacks missing some stuff, and the Steam games that use DVD case sized work instead of Bluray sized ones.
  7. Thanks. Couldn't find what I was looking for, but I think I found enough of what I needed on VGBoxart -- even though the layout is confusing -- to get started. Now I just need to figure out how to do the back of the box stuff, lol.
  8. There's plenty of downloads available, but I can't find very many templates. I want some front/back 3D box artwork and in some cases, I prefer the fanart boxarts over the official ones. If someone could tell me where I could find some PSD templates, especially if they have templates for the various Blu-Ray sized cases, I'd appreciate it.
  9. This is something I've been wanting for awhile! Is there a way to change some of the fonts? The main blue one for game titles isn't jiving with me too much. Also, might I suggest having one of the disc images on the now loading screen spin like they do with the default screen? I think that'd be a nice touch.
  10. I couldn't care less about bezels. I'm the type that would rather stretch some games to get them to display in full screen than toss bezels up, so that's a none issue for me. As far as the pause screen goes, there's three things I want: Management for save states and save state slots in a convenient manner that emulates the menus of games with native game saves to prevent accidental overwrites by other people and to make it easy and convenient for everyone to come in, sit down, and save and load their progress. Something like PPSSPP's design for save states, for example, with the date and time the save was created visible, along with a screenshot. An option to tie save state slots to profiles to better prevent Sam from coming in and saving on top of of Steve's game An option to easily exit the emulator/game being played. Obviously, things like game manuals and whatnot could be added in later, but that's not important. Another important thing to have is something that either gives people a better UI for Retroarch/core options when playing games through it, or when Retroarch is running, there's a funtion to drop right into the core menu and back out into Launchbox's pause menu. If someone wants to manage CRT filters or game cheats or whatnot mid-game, they're going to need access to Retroarch either directly or via Launchbox itself.
  11. Bit if a bummer, but understandable. I can see me getting a lot of use out of this for Dolphin, PCSX2, RPCS3, and Cemu, especially when it comes to KISS methods of exiting games.
  12. Going to be keeping an eye on this as I've been looking for something like this. I know you said it supports Retroarch cores, but does it also support core functions like cheats, controller remapping, or would we have to bypass the overlay and reach into the Retroarch overlay for that kind of stuff?
  13. If I'm understanding this correctly, this will make it easier to set up games to launch straight from Launchbox without having to do the command line stuff yourself --IE adding Retroarch as a new game in Steam and then using the command line to point that specific instance toward launching an SNES game, for example-- and if that's the case, I'm all for it. If you can somehow find a way to tie all of the extra images in Launchbox to the screenshots function in Steam so they show in the UI/display in the background on game categories like native Steam games too, that'd be even better.
  14. It'd probably be easier to just replace the screenshot with a higher resolution one found through Google or screencapped yourself.
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