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  1. Figured it out... my file was named "Visual Pinball X.jpeg" ... should have been *.jpg The file extension was particular
  2. @Retro808 There does not seem to be a "Visual Pinaball X" background image. Instead, your startup screen shows an arcade machine with a don't use drugs sign in the middle, when I start my Visual pinball X tables/platform. Where is this image coming from?... I dont see it in any of your image folders. I tried adding a jpeg and PNG image named the same as my "Visual Pinball X" platform. But it does not work... still shows the aforementioned arcade image with don't use drugs in the middle.
  3. Thanks man! I just tried it out and it looks great. Definitely a great add-on to my build 👍
  4. I did not know how to use Photoshop either, and refused to buy it. So I went with a free product called Gimp. It is basically a shareware version of Photoshop. Give it a try. It has a bit of a learning curve, but I figured it out through youtube videos. I also use the built in Windows Paint 3D for quick crops and image edits before bringing into Gimp. I can share my templates if you decide to go the Gimp route. https://www.gimp.org/
  5. I don't have a start-up image showing controls (not enough time for me to study it). But I do use Retro808's pause theme for displaying my own custom images. Here is an example of how I have it set up for NES... And here is an example of one of my Arcade fighting games, Mortal Kombat III...
  6. I am, seeing different gameplay videos now. How do I prioritize full screen gameplay videos instead of the themed looking ones with animations floating around the gameplay video?
  7. Thanks @neil9000 It has been a while, so I had forgotten how I did that. I remember now 👍
  8. I have the lifetime BigBox license for my build. My brother just bought a standup arcade box and I want to share this build with my him; but I want to also support @Jason Carr and team. So, may plan was to give my current BigBox/emulation build to my brother and tell him to buy his own BigBox license. With that said, what is the suggested method for him to buy and then import his own license/key into BigBox/Launchbox?
  9. Q1 - not that I know of Q2 - your favorites are pinned to the top of the game list when in BigBox. Its hard to tell when using clear logos images; but when you use a text view to show your games, there is a big star (asterix) next to the games name, making it easier to determine.
  10. The best way to show it is to first show one of your banner images with the greenish smoke texture background ... here... https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t_1MtWoNgrl_ulEEh5aDLNt2emjPO76S/view?usp=sharing And here is one I made using your template, which does not have this image from what I can tell...see how the background is completly black, with no greenish smoke in the background? https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HG-Bceo6-NuLyvCFvqqCmzkDfcSWzv_9/view?usp=sharing
  11. Can you share the transparent greenish smoky background image that you use in the banner creations? A download link would be great. I know you shared the Photoshop template, which is awesome... but for some reason I can not find that greenish gradient background image. I use Gimp, so I may be having some issue when it imports.
  12. When I open this using Gimp, I can not see the greenish smokey background layer. Can you attach that layer image for me to import? I think it may be getting lost do to the Gimp conversion from Photoshop.
  13. Look under your "Launchbox/Backups" folder. There will be a bunch of ZIP files. Unzip the newest file and place the contents in the "Data" folder.
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