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Hey everyone! I was goofing around in Big Box just a bit ago when I remembered that the 9.6 update came out. I opened Launchbox and downloaded it, ready to get some new themes in Big Box. Unfortunately, when I open Big Box, after the splash logo shows the screen goes black. I can still navigate and hear my movements through the menus. Sometimes I can get a super low res image of some game's art to show on the screen. The problem is that the menu does not display on my Dell LCD running at 1920x1080. Thanks in advance for your help, if you need any other info just let me know!
Hello everyone Nice to meet you all. I desperately need help if you don't mind. My "Naomi" roms and chds on the "Demul" emulator are all working fine, except for "Virtua Fighter 4", both the Evolution and Final Tuned version. To go into detail, the performance of the game itself is good, but the output of the graphics are not particularly feasible. The characters, stage backgrounds are all cutted, and therefore the models are not complete. My issue is exactly like this: http://www.emutalk.net/threads/55764-Demul-v0-7-alpha-200915-Glitchy-gfx-flashing-textures Except no one gave a solution on that link, at least not what I can see. And I would post on that website, but I have received no email to activate my account, which is why I am creating a new topic on here. This is the only "Naomi 2" rom I am running on Demul, and I would greatly appreciate it if anyone can resolve this. This is part of an arcade cabinet project I am working on. My PC specs are: Intel i7 860 (2.80GHz), 8GB of RAM, Nvidia geforce gtx 750 ti. Many thanks. Kind regards, AnimeFan95.
I've recently ordered the Ultimate Widescreen bartop cabinet from Haruman Customs and now need to plan out my visual aesthetic for the marquee, side panels, and CPO. What I'm thinking so far, since I love the CityHunter theme and will be using that in the arcade cab as well, is to stick with the 80s/retro/cyberpunk style. If all goes as planned, there should be a consistent look and feel with both the cabinet itself and the software. My working title for the marquee is "ROM Runner." I like this because it is a play on Blade Runner, keeping with the cyberpunk theme, and the system will literally run ROMs as it's a MAME arcade cabinet. My first mockup of the marquee is attached. What do you guys think?