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  1. Thinking out loud; maybe you could test reducing a couple of px the game title font size (so it reduces the used space from three lines to two and gets pushed down a little bit), and check if placing the box front above works for both horizontal and vertical images.
  2. Nothing! Is just that it throws me off a little to have thumbs on the TV Thanks for the variation Lust!
  3. Love it! If you can share a finger-less version as well, that would be awesome
  4. This is looking great! I'll will be waiting for the assets/directions as well, in case you are not planning on making a "Magazines" category; I'll make one.
    Love it! This right here is the 90's condensed into a theme!
  5. They are centered to the screen to fit the height with the sides hidden behind the bg.
  6. @viking those transitions look so sexy and professional! I love how this theme is shaping up Just food for thought: inverted/black version? I am following this thread now.
  7. Harry, check this topic out: I used this workaround to bulk add a 3rd party tool to some of my PC games.
  8. Just to be sure; I did not mean to place the files inside the Launchbox folder, I meant to just drag the games you have in your current folder, and drop them inside the Launchbox application (where the game boxes/lists are displayed).
  9. No worries; it was just a sec to review. Here is the zip file with the correction in the Strings.resx: Language-es_NEW.zip
  10. Here you go @Jason Carr: Language-es_NEW.zip One thing I noticed; in the Strings.resx at the ErrorNoLaunchBoxDataFound, it says at the end: "As of this release, you will need to use the latest beta version of LaunchBox for Windows. You can upgrade to the beta release by going to Tools > Options > General > Updates in LaunchBox and checking the box to update to beta releases. Once updated, you can find the Android export process under Tools > Export to Android." Is this text ok for this version? Will it need to be removed for future ones?
  11. What the actual f....? I chuckled with those posts; sorry Lust At least he is providing you HQ material for you to work on XD
  12. @uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhwyanwunt I'm thinking out loud some ideas. Try the following; - In your current version, instead of selecting the add game button, just go to the folder where the games are in Windows explorer, and drag and drop them into Launchbox. Import them like that, and then close Launchbox and reopen it, see if they are there. - You could try maybe backing up your current PS2 xml in the Data folder, and use one of the older backup files from it (in case the xml got corrputed somehow and is not letting you write in it. - Try what @Headrush69 said; in a completely different folder, install the previous version it worked for you (9.8 was it?), and import those PS2 games, close the app, relaunch it and see if they are there. - Last option, install a clean current version of Launchbox (the one you are having problems with) in a different folder, and then try importing those two games in it. See what happens after relaunching the app. Hope you can resolve this as Launchbox is a great app for managing games.
  13. Don't have any goto guides; but check these and see if they are of any help: https://github.com/sparrdrem/homeware/wiki/Create-CDI-rom-for-Dreamcast-on-Windows https://pastebin.com/jfFs6jdM
    I love it, same as all of your retro sexy creations. Thanks for sharing Padou!
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