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I have been backing up this project for years, payed 4 full licences... and after all these years I had to deal with the fact that Launchbox / BigBox has been forgetting about it's roots and is not CRT friendly anymore (big box is, but launchbox is not)... each "update" is a testament that this is true... on each new version something that was working on low resolutions does not work anymore and it gets impossible to work with a CRT monitor/TV. Everytime I have to download new themes, videos, images, clean cache, or manage my big collection in anyway...even installing new versions or anything is a BIG NIGHTMARE... Launchbox menues look great and they fit perfectly on a 640x480i resolution... but god forbid you to click on any kind of menu...it will open up a window SO big and imposible to resize or even to try to move it...that it will render whatever you were trying to do futile. You end up pressing tab, enter and hoping that you "guess" what you are doing... Please tell me WHY the best arcade front end has forsaken CRT users with 15khz resolutions? WHY? PS: Sorry about my bad english. Martin.
Hey guys, it's been a while since I last posted. I got moved and everything is all good now. My question is I run LaunchBox on my main PC using MAME & RetroArch (Windows 10 O/S) and it's wonderful. Does everything I need it to and I don't have a single issue. Now I have a second PC that's totally offline because it's connected to a consumer Sony Trinitron CRT using a component transcoder and hacked video driver (CRT_EMUDRIVER) plus Windows 7 (640X480) desktop resolution. which then allows me to run GroovyMAME in 240P @ 15kHz Is there a way with my main PC to create some image and setup that will allow me to run some barebones version of Launchbox with some theme and artwork/videos for this offline setup? I'm assuming here that LB requires modern dependencies and such so there would be problems with offline and old non-updated O/S [Feature Request] A current updated version of LB that's licensed has an option to create an image of a basic version of LB (doesn't need to be latest version with all bells & whistles) that would work with GroovyMAME on offline PC If this is already possible, please tell me how. Thanks!!