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Hello, I'm just starting to try and set up remote play my emulators for Launchbox Big Box through Steam Big Picture. My issue right now is the controller I use remotely work fine up until the game starts. From there the controllers stop working. Is this a Launchbox issue? Or is this something I need to set up through my games?
Hello everyone, I have a problem. I want to play Xenoblade Chronicles II with Yuzu and have updated the romfile so it includes the Torna DLC. The DLC campaign can be selected on the main menu screen. If I start Yuzu and then launch the game within the Yuzu game list, everything works fine However, when I launch the same game with the same emulator from Launchbox, the Torna button isn't there. I don't know why this happens, can anyone help? I tried launching it with emulation station and the same thing happens. So in conclusion: - if I use yuzu to launch the game it works - if I use a launcher frontend, like Launchbox or EmulationStation, it doesn't. Any help?
So I have this problem about Emulator names. Is it possible to add a new Emulator name such as going to tools>Manage Emulators>Emulator Details>Emulator Name. I am trying to use Stella(Its an Emulator) for Atari 2600 right but Stella is not in the list of names given, I know that it wants me to use RetroArch to make it all work but I find it impossible to work with RetroArch. Example, RetroArch makes it so I need to install Stella inside the the RetroArch interface therefore I cannot use the one I already have. Second, I find it impossible to change the controls in RetroArch because if I want to play Atari 5200 that has like 50 buttons for one controller, I cant understand how to change each individual key using the settings inside retroarch. Also I find that the picture quality is completely crap (as shown in the pictures I uploaded). Using different emulators for each platform is so much easier but LaunchBox does not give me that option because it forces me to use an Emulator name. I found out how to get around this by selecting a random emulator name, for example I choose Snes9x Emulator name and make the path as as stella therefor tricking it so it will open Stella instead of Snes9x. But if I ever want to add SNES to my emulator list, then I need to delete the path and so on.. So in short... How do I add a new emulator name!?!?