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  1. Version 1.0.0

    16 downloads

    Allows you to Easily use multiple instances of Bigbox on each PC to improve speeds in navigation by splitting up platforms and running them from a single app. Also allows you to customize each instance to use different themes, platform videos, etc.. Includes a ReadMe in the folder I wrote this AHK script to make it easy to run multiple instances of Bigbox on the same PC. The reason I did this was I noticed my main LB/BB rig was getting so big that navigation was starting to slow down, especially in arcade using the newer themes. It was even worse on the older PC's thoughout he house. I got the idea that maybe if I split the platforms up into different copies of LB/BB I might get a smoother experience, especially on older PC's and it worked. The script can be easily changed and customized to your needs. It's simple to change the images, background, layout, number of instances, etc. with much more than Notepad++. It takes a little work to set things up, but works pretty well after your done. Just extract it and put the "The Game Zone" folder where you want. Here is what you need do to Prepare: - this is most of the work 1. Make a copy of your Launchbox folder before doing anything just as a backup in case you have a boo-boo and something gets messed up. That makes it easy to go back. I'd leave it alone until finished. 2. If your game media, including roms, (images, videos, music, manuals) is within your Launchbox folder, you will need to move or make a copy of it all to a centralized location Outside the default Launchbox folder. This excludes your Platform Categories, Platforms, Playlists folders and startup videos. Mine is actually on a shared NAS folder. This keeps you from creating and having multiple copies of your roms and game media in a later step. 3. Next, you need to edit the paths to each of them in the "Folders" section of Launchbox by right clicking on a platform, then Edit > Folders (tab) and navigate each of them to where you put the media OR edit the Platform xml (../Launchbox/Data/Platforms) files with Notepad++ so Launchbox uses the new centralized media locations. Notepad++ is faster and easier, but more chance of errors. 4. After your media is in a centralized location, you can delete it all from your default Launchbox folders. 5. Next, make multiple copies of your edited Launchbox folder and rename them the following (only if you wish to use the script "As Is"): LB-Arcade LB-Retro LB-Modern by default the script uses your normal Launchbox instance for the Master system. 6. Lastly, you will need to edit the AHK script to match the different path instances that you have chosen. Mine are as follows and what the script is using by default: D:\Gaming\Apps\LB-Arcade D:\Gaming\Apps\LB-Retro D:\Gaming\Apps\LB-Modern D:\Gaming\Apps\LaunchBox (master system with all platforms) After everything is all set up and working, you can play with modding to your taste and needs. TIPS: I do all my maintenance work in my master instance and use Syncthings to copy the appropriate platform xml files to the appropriate LB instances, that way I do the work once and the other instances are updated automatically. Yep, I'm lazy! There is a shortcut in the folder to drop on the desktop. You might have to fix the icon for it (copy of it in the "The Game Zone" folder), since my paths may be different than yours. I think that's it. This is my first AHK script and was fun learning about AHK. You can do much more with it than I imagined. Feel free to post questions, comments, suggestions and share what you come up with. -Enjoy
  2. The Game Zone (Multiple BB Instances via AHK script) View File Allows you to Easily use multiple instances of Bigbox on each PC to improve speeds in navigation by splitting up platforms and running them from a single app. Also allows you to customize each instance to use different themes, platform videos, etc.. Includes a ReadMe in the folder I wrote this AHK script to make it easy to run multiple instances of Bigbox on the same PC. The reason I did this was I noticed my main LB/BB rig was getting so big that navigation was starting to slow down, especially in arcade using the newer themes. It was even worse on the older PC's thoughout he house. I got the idea that maybe if I split the platforms up into different copies of LB/BB I might get a smoother experience, especially on older PC's and it worked. The script can be easily changed and customized to your needs. It's simple to change the images, background, layout, number of instances, etc. with much more than Notepad++. It takes a little work to set things up, but works pretty well after your done. Just extract it and put the "The Game Zone" folder where you want. Here is what you need do to Prepare: - this is most of the work 1. Make a copy of your Launchbox folder before doing anything just as a backup in case you have a boo-boo and something gets messed up. That makes it easy to go back. I'd leave it alone until finished. 2. If your game media, including roms, (images, videos, music, manuals) is within your Launchbox folder, you will need to move or make a copy of it all to a centralized location Outside the default Launchbox folder. This excludes your Platform Categories, Platforms, Playlists folders and startup videos. Mine is actually on a shared NAS folder. This keeps you from creating and having multiple copies of your roms and game media in a later step. 3. Next, you need to edit the paths to each of them in the "Folders" section of Launchbox by right clicking on a platform, then Edit > Folders (tab) and navigate each of them to where you put the media OR edit the Platform xml (../Launchbox/Data/Platforms) files with Notepad++ so Launchbox uses the new centralized media locations. Notepad++ is faster and easier, but more chance of errors. 4. After your media is in a centralized location, you can delete it all from your default Launchbox folders. 5. Next, make multiple copies of your edited Launchbox folder and rename them the following (only if you wish to use the script "As Is"): LB-Arcade LB-Retro LB-Modern by default the script uses your normal Launchbox instance for the Master system. 6. Lastly, you will need to edit the AHK script to match the different path instances that you have chosen. Mine are as follows and what the script is using by default: D:\Gaming\Apps\LB-Arcade D:\Gaming\Apps\LB-Retro D:\Gaming\Apps\LB-Modern D:\Gaming\Apps\LaunchBox (master system with all platforms) After everything is all set up and working, you can play with modding to your taste and needs. TIPS: I do all my maintenance work in my master instance and use Syncthings to copy the appropriate platform xml files to the appropriate LB instances, that way I do the work once and the other instances are updated automatically. Yep, I'm lazy! There is a shortcut in the folder to drop on the desktop. You might have to fix the icon for it (copy of it in the "The Game Zone" folder), since my paths may be different than yours. I think that's it. This is my first AHK script and was fun learning about AHK. You can do much more with it than I imagined. Feel free to post questions, comments, suggestions and share what you come up with. -Enjoy Submitter The Papaw Submitted 05/25/2022 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins  
  3. 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!
  4. My SEGA Saturn was working just dandy in Mednafen. Then all of a sudden something happened, like a gremlin crawled in there and got all up in its' shit. When I launch a Saturn title from LaunchBox or BigBox Mednafen starts up the Saturn first showing the startup screen then goes into settings where you set the date and time. It never used to do that and although I try entering the settings it never progresses further than that into the game. Has anyone ever encountered this before? I have tried searching for information but did not come across any.
  5. Sonic R Soundpack View File A sound pack using the Sonic R menu sounds. Submitter Murasaturn Submitted 07/29/2019 Category Big Box Sound Packs  
  6. Version 1.0.0

    234 downloads

    A sound pack using the Sonic R menu sounds.
  7. Hi guys, i have a premium LB account and have seen the option to be able to exit games inside big box but I don’t have a clue of how to set it up or if this affects on the current game controls. For instance, I’d like something like in RetroArch when you can configure going back to main menu via start+select buttons. Thanks in advance
  8. This is the error I get, even though debug mode is NOT enabled at all and I have the necessary permissions. --------------------------- LaunchBox --------------------------- Voice recognition debug mode is enabled. Unable to parse start menu applications: Access to the path 'C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programas' is denied. --------------------------- OK ---------------------------
  9. Hi, i'm a long time launchbox user I just write here to know if someone else is having this "issue"... When i use launchbox, and i'm in my desktop PC, i would be able to choose if i want to run the game fullscreen or not... Here is the matter: Would have helped if other than Configure, there was another entrypoint linkable to the game. For example dosbox games, i generally use my own bat files which is good for pathing purposes, but i would like to have other than GAME.bat which loads GAME.CONF another one which is GAME_FS.bat (fs for fullscreen) which loads GAME_FS.CONF but i only see 2 fixed entrypoints: Game (CTRL+P) and Configure (CTRL+G)... Let's take for granted that "Game" runs it fullscreen then (because it would be simpler that way since bigbox maybe only launch the first entrypoint), it would be nice to have another entrypoint for launching a "Game Windowed" version... (It could be also handled in bigbox with a popup, but anyway that's not the major point ) Dunno if all of this makes senses to you... i hope so Just in case it is already doable, and i missed it, please show me the way p.s.: Thank you for your app Jason, it really shows how much do you care for it, and how much do you care for your customers
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