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Mr. RetroLust

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  1. 1.9 - For 'Neon Deluxe Arcade - Alt Views' version - Fixed: Long standing issue: cropping of the wheel arrow at the left side - New: Wheel arrow is now animated, subtly changing color
  2. Pac-Man & Chomp Chomp is waiting for permission to publish by the author of the custom artwork, so hopefully I can release it soon.
  3. Thanks, I was aware of this. The options view is custom xaml and sadly I'm not experienced enough to fix it.
  4. 1.8 - For 'Neon Deluxe Arcade - Alt Views' version - Added new views, see screenshots. All have static wheels now. Also static wheels for platform requested by @TVsIan13 Changed the height of the 3D box in vertical view 2 & 3 to make it look better. Platform view 1 Platform view 2 Vertical view 1 Vertical view 2 Vertical view 3 Vertical view 4 Horizontal view 1 Horizontal view 2 Horizontal view 3
  5. P.O.W.: Prisoners of War (Thanks to @Mr. Do for letting me clean up the artwork) pow.zip
  6. I'll see what I can do with this, makes sense to make the alt views version all with static wheels indeed.
  7. Search for "ScrollableTextBlock" You'll have to play around with these settings to see what fits you best, if you plan to download new versions in the future all these settings get overwritten keep that in mind, best to keep notes around: ScrollBeginDelay="6" ScrollSpeed="5" ScrollEndDelay="6" ReverseScrollSpeed="0.5" ScrollDirection="Up" ScrollAutoReverse="True"
  8. Thanks man glad you enjoy You can edit the xaml files in a notepad program, search for "<!-- Storyboards -->" Here you'll find: "BeginTime="00:00:00.25" To="0" Duration="00:00:00.25">" If you change the duration to 00:00:00.50 or 00:00:01.00 I think it'll slow it down.
  9. Tip: I've been using photoshop and the like software since '99 and learned a lot during this time, one of the most valuable and easy tools you can master is the leveling tool. This will allow you to control the dark, mid and bright colors of an image by just moving the slider of one of these 3 points (black, grey, white) this will save you a lot of time and is non-destructive compared to the burn or dodge tool. Check: https://en.m.wikibooks.org/wiki/GIMP/Levels i'm sure there are video tutorials for leveling in gimp as well. Keep up the great work!
  10. Some threads to check: https://forums.libretro.com/t/bad-cracking-stuttering-sound-in-ra-with-any-system-or-game-with-vsync/15886
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