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  1. The images are rendered by BigBox and not the theme. If your images work elsewhere with BigBox, I would think it is a naming problem. Make sure you use the same name that LaunchBox uses to identify the ROM.
  2. What kind of image files are you using? This only supports JPG or PNG.
  3. All platform specific startup images must be named as the platform in your set-up is named and placed in the \LaunchBox\Images\Custom Startup Images folder (Example: \LaunchBox\Images\Custom Startup Images\Arcade.png) Note: The name must match how you have the platform named in LaunchBox.
  4. Thank you very much for your input. Not exactly what I was looking for, but it got my close and going in the right direction and ultimately led to me figuring it out. I am very new to xaml and this helped. I was trying to set a static value for a string that would be part of another string which complicated the issue for me. A few google searches I learned how to bind the static string you helped me create into string format that I needed. Thanks again!
  5. I have a value that is used multiple times in a theme that can change based on the installation need. Is there a way to define a static "configuration" variable at the beginning of the xaml file so that that value would not have to be changed throughout the rest of the code?
  6. Custom Startup Image View File This theme gives you the ability to specify the startup images you want per game or platform. I created this as I wanted to display controller mapping for each game as it loads to go with the Game Control FS pause theme by @Retro808 and did not see a startup theme that already existed for this. It will display any image you have or create that is game or platform specific when the game loads. It displays the LaunchBox default "Game Over" screen with a clear logo added when a game is exited. All images must be placed in a specific folder structure and follow a standard LaunchBox naming convention to work with this theme. Instruction are provided in the read me text file in the download. The theme uses .png images by default but can easily be modified (1 edit) to use .jpg images. Submitter Cupanther Submitted 01/13/2022 Category Startup Themes  
  7. Version 1.0.1

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    This theme gives you the ability to specify the startup images you want per game or platform. I created this as I wanted to display controller mapping for each game as it loads to go with the Game Control FS pause theme by @Retro808 and did not see a startup theme that already existed for this. It will display any image you have or create that is game or platform specific when the game loads. It displays the LaunchBox default "Game Over" screen with a clear logo added when a game is exited. All images must be placed in a specific folder structure and follow a standard LaunchBox naming convention to work with this theme. Instruction are provided in the read me text file in the download. The theme uses .png images by default but can easily be modified (1 edit) to use .jpg images.
  8. Sorry, I did not figure it out. If you find a solution, please let me know.
  9. I have tried every combination of check boxes and none of them work. If I uncheck the "forceful pause" option, the game will pause, but the pause screen will not be displayed.
  10. The pause would not work for me until I checked the "forceful pause" box.
  11. I am pointing to the emulator_multicpu.exe. All of the boxes are checked on the pause screen tab.
  12. I have the Sega Model 2 emulator running full screen fine in LaunchBox and BigBox except for returning from a pause screen. It will go to the pause screen fine, but when I return to the game the screen is completely black. I can still hear the audio of the game but no video. I am able to return to the pause screen fine, but never able to return to the game with video. The monitor resolution is 1280x1024. All of my MAME emulators work perfectly with pause. Anyone have this issue or ideas on what I might be doing wrong?
  13. I finally got it working. I had to check the "force pause screen" box under the emulator settings. Thanks for all of your help.
  14. Just checked and it is in the same root folder as the exe.
  15. No I am not using RocketLauncher (don't even know what it is). I am using MAMEUI 64 version 174 which is launched directly from LaunchBox.
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