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  1. SappPasRoot - Change all the folders by one shot. View File !!! Caution !!!: Even if i tested and i made as much attention as possible to make a perfect release, it's a beta version. So make a backup of xml files "./data" before to use it. Currently it can't be launched with LaunchBox.next, it's not visible in tools menu but it works perfectly with classic LaunchBox. For the while tested only with roms !!! Attention !!!: Même si j'ai testé et prêté la plus grande attention possible pour faire une release parfaite, c'est une version bêta. Aussi faites avant une backup des fichiers xml "./data" avant d'utiliser le plugin. Actuellement ça ne peut pas être lancé avec LaunchBox.net car ce n'est pas visible dans le menu "tools", mais ça fonctionne parfaitement avec LaunchBox classique. Pour le moment testé uniquement sur des roms Description: Tired to change manually the 10+ folders of a platform, or perhaps you fear to make a mistake by editing the xml file ? SappPasRoot permits to change all folders by choose a root folder. If you need to change the name of the mediatype, you can too. You want to reset to default factory... it's also possible. I made this plugin with a real wish to make the using very simple, buttons appear or disappear according to the step. The list of folder adapts to the content the most possible to give you the most informations possible without bother you. I hope you will like it. Fatigué de changer manuellement les 10+ dossiers d'une plateforme, ou peut être craignez vous une erreur en éditant le fichier xml ? SappPasRoot permet de changer tous les dossiers en choisissant un dossier racine. Si vous voulez changer le nom des médiatypes vous le pouveez aussi. Vous voulez faire un reset factory... C'est aussi possible. J'ai réalisé ce plugin avec un réel souhait de rendre son utilisation très simple, les boutons apparaissent et disparaissent en fonction des étapes. La liste des dossiers s'adapte au contenu le plus possible pour vous donner le plus d'information possibles sans vous ennuyer. J'espère que vous apprécierez. Languages currently supported: English Français. Todo: Reset last action Reset Fields of MoreMen backup data files previous to make change ? See with backups. Infos: Bugs fixed: Errors on links about image files Added version number in title Options to change paths for existing games (manual, application, etc...) Filter hidden games (or not) Two way to change game paths forced, or respect subdfolders. 'More' fields are now saved (Change platform paths) Notes: Change game paths follow the structure of the platform.$ If you think about a new way to change games paths, say it, i i will add it as new option In some case the link is not modified, it changes only what he find in database, Launchbox can find musics, vidéos, images by look in the folders and he will found by the folders of the platform... so don't be affraid if you don't see it in the gui for the games folders, it means there is nothing in the xml file. What you need to make manually : Make a backup of your data files before use it (i will make an automatic backup system) Transfert your data manually (games, videos, pics) after modification plugin modify ONLY xml files to avoid a problem corrupting your datas. Submitter Axenn Submitted 08/30/2018 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins SappPasRoot-b2.0.1.5.zip SappPasRoot-b2.0.1.6.zip Screenshots in French, but you have also English translation... if people want to add more languages it's possible. (see github)
  2. I'm trying to make a new theme identical to the default theme but with a minor difference on the game details screen. in short- I'd like the front cover art used to select games, but then use the back of the box and cartridge/disc images on the "game details" screen. I've attached mock-ups describing what I'm trying to accomplish. I was hoping this would be as simple as changing a few variables in the theme files but that's not the case. Screenshots attached and linked here: https://imgur.com/a/8P2MZnn Edit: clarified language
  3. Hello all! So, I am having issues bulk editing Nintendo Game Boy Advance.xml in "user\LaunchBox\Data\Platforms". The issue that I'm having is that many (not all of them, about 60%) of my roms are labeled with "# GBA" at the end of the file name. This is incredibly annoying as it makes it impossible for the scraper to go through and identify each of these files with the corresponding game db entry. I also would prefer to not have to manually go through and re-tag some x-100 files. To work around this I simply attempted to do a replace all searching for " # GBA </Title>" with "</Title>. Upon saving the XML file and booting up launchbox it would appear that all of my changes have been reverted, and re-examing the xml file shows that all <Ttle></Title> Entries have been changed back to reflect their original names with the stupid # GBA in them. What am I missing my dudes?
  4. *Great Theme* "I do however need help with regards to editing some of the parts, any help would be appreciated."
  5. Good morning, I have two problems with game database. Everytime i used "&" character (example: Scooby & Scrappy Doo) , the name of the game appears with " Scooby &amp; Scrappy Doo". And if I want to edit it (or any other change), example: Pyjarama game in Sinclair ZX Spectrum (i got wrong and wrote Pajamarama), in both cases appears the error massage below. Thx. Server Error in '/' Application. Runtime Error Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). It could, however, be viewed by browsers running on the local server machine. Details: To enable the details of this specific error message to be viewable on remote machines, please create a <customErrors> tag within a "web.config" configuration file located in the root directory of the current web application. This <customErrors> tag should then have its "mode" attribute set to "Off". Notes: The current error page you are seeing can be replaced by a custom error page by modifying the "defaultRedirect" attribute of the application's <customErrors> configuration tag to point to a custom error page URL.
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