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  1. Version 2.3.2a

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    RetroAchievement Badges What does this plugin do? Adds “RetroAchievement” Badges to games that support RetroAchievements. (See complete list of games here: https://retroachievements.org/gameList.php) Why? Because some people wanted it. How to install the plugin: Download RetroAchBadge v2.x.x.zip UnBlock the zip file. Right click the file, select “Properties” and check the box that says ‘Unblock’ [or something along those lines] Click OK to close the Properties window Open the zip file Copy the folder “RetroAchBadge” into your “/LaunchBox/Plugins/” folder Start LaunchBox Select Tools Select RetroAchievements Badge Updater (Internet connection required) Click Start Update and Wait for the Updater to complete. (This may take up to 1 minute.) How to see the badges: Start LaunchBox (not necessary if you just completed the Install - steps 1 through 9) Click BADGES Select Plugin Badges 'Check’ Enable Retroachievements How to add or remove the badge from a game: Right click the game and select "RetroAchievements Badge" How to get updates for new games added to RetroAchievements: In LaunchBox, Select Tools Select RetroAchievements Badge Updater (Internet connection required) If you added or removed RetroAchievement badges for specific games, those games will remain added or removed after running the Updater. To reset the games that have been added/removed, delete the files Added.xml and Removed.xml located in the plugins folder and rerun the Updater. A word about Platform names: Some of the Platform names used by RetroAchievements are different than the default names used in LaunchBox. When using the Badge Updater, it will ‘convert’ these to the default names. Examples: “Mega Drive” gets changed to "Sega Genesis". “SNES” to "Super Nintendo Entertainment System". "Game Boy" to "Nintendo Game Boy". This plugin will not rename any of your existing Platforms. When checking for badges, the plugin will check your Platforms Scrape As setting as well as the Platform name. Example: If you named your Platform "Game Boy" and Scrape As is set to "Nintendo Game Boy", badges will show for that Platform. Platform names that get changed: From To "Mega Drive" "Sega Genesis" "SNES" "Super Nintendo Entertainment System" "Game Boy" "Nintendo Game Boy" "Game Boy Advance" "Nintendo Game Boy Advance" "Game Boy Color" "Nintendo Game Boy Color" "NES" "Nintendo Entertainment System" "32X" "Sega 32X" "Master System" "Sega Master System" "PlayStation" "Sony Playstation" "Game Gear" "Sega Game Gear" "Virtual Boy" "Nintendo Virtual Boy" "MSX" "Microsoft MSX" "SG-1000" "Sega SG-1000" "Saturn" "Sega Saturn" "Intellivision" "Mattel Intellivision" "Vectrex" "GCE Vectrex" "PC-8000_8800" "NEC PC-8801" "PC-9800" "NEC PC-9801" "PC-FX" "NEC PC-FX" "Dreamcast" "Sega Dreamcast" "PlayStation Portable" "Sony PSP" "PC Engine" "NEC TurboGrafx-16" Changing the default icon: If you wish to use a different Badge icon, replace “\LaunchBox\Images\Badges\RABadge001.png” with your own image. Known Issues: Game titles are taken directly from RetroAchievements and may differ (slightly or a lot) from yours. So if you have a game that is known to have achievements and the badge isn’t showing, follow all steps under How to add or remove the badge from a game:. Updating via the Tools menu may take up to 1 minute to complete. Though not really an 'issue' perse, but it is a "thing". So plan your updates around refilling your water glass, grabbing a soda or whatever takes you about 60 seconds to do. Unknown issues: Let me know when you find them. Designed for LaunchBox 11.3 and newer. Major contributors to the plugin are: @jayjay
  2. Hello All! Hope I Posted This In The Correct Area. Im Having A Small Issue With Retroachievements & Launchbox. The Videos Demonstrating this issue are below. Could someone help me please? When I load The Standalone RANES Emulator Through Launchbox The Achievement Sets Don't Show Up. But If I Load The Game Without LB, The Sets Come up. is there a script i can tell the emulator to input to reload the rom? Pushing Ctrl& R to Reset emulator doesn't make the sets pop up. It just resets. The Rom has to be loaded again for the sets to appear. i know this may be a Retroachievements issue, But there has to be a script that can be made to workaround this issue right? Like a script to load the most recent rom or something. All the rom has to do is reload again and its good. All the RA Standalone Emulators Do This RAVBA, RANES, RANES & RAProject64. Auto Hotkey Scripts - Noobs - LaunchBox Community Forums.mp4 Auto Hotkey Scripts - Noobs - LaunchBox Community Forums_2.mp4
  3. RetroAchievement Badges View File RetroAchievement Badges What does this plugin do? Adds “RetroAchievement” Badges to games that support RetroAchievements. (See complete list of games here: https://retroachievements.org/gameList.php) Why? Because some people wanted it. How to install the plugin: Download RetroAchBadge v2.x.x.zip UnBlock the zip file. Right click the file, select “Properties” and check the box that says ‘Unblock’ [or something along those lines] Click OK to close the Properties window Open the zip file Copy the folder “RetroAchBadge” into your “/LaunchBox/Plugins/” folder Start LaunchBox Select Tools Select RetroAchievements Badge Updater (Internet connection required) Click Start Update and Wait for the Updater to complete. (This may take up to 1 minute.) How to see the badges: Start LaunchBox (not necessary if you just completed the Install - steps 1 through 9) Click BADGES Select Plugin Badges 'Check’ Enable Retroachievements How to add or remove the badge from a game: Right click the game and select "RetroAchievements Badge" How to get updates for new games added to RetroAchievements: In LaunchBox, Select Tools Select RetroAchievements Badge Updater (Internet connection required) If you added or removed RetroAchievement badges for specific games, those games will remain added or removed after running the Updater. To reset the games that have been added/removed, delete the files Added.xml and Removed.xml located in the plugins folder and rerun the Updater. A word about Platform names: Some of the Platform names used by RetroAchievements are different than the default names used in LaunchBox. When using the Badge Updater, it will ‘convert’ these to the default names. Examples: “Mega Drive” gets changed to "Sega Genesis". “SNES” to "Super Nintendo Entertainment System". "Game Boy" to "Nintendo Game Boy". This plugin will not rename any of your existing Platforms. When checking for badges, the plugin will check your Platforms Scrape As setting as well as the Platform name. Example: If you named your Platform "Game Boy" and Scrape As is set to "Nintendo Game Boy", badges will show for that Platform. Platform names that get changed: From To "Mega Drive" "Sega Genesis" "SNES" "Super Nintendo Entertainment System" "Game Boy" "Nintendo Game Boy" "Game Boy Advance" "Nintendo Game Boy Advance" "Game Boy Color" "Nintendo Game Boy Color" "NES" "Nintendo Entertainment System" "32X" "Sega 32X" "Master System" "Sega Master System" "PlayStation" "Sony Playstation" "Game Gear" "Sega Game Gear" "Virtual Boy" "Nintendo Virtual Boy" "MSX" "Microsoft MSX" "SG-1000" "Sega SG-1000" "Saturn" "Sega Saturn" "Intellivision" "Mattel Intellivision" "Vectrex" "GCE Vectrex" "PC-8000_8800" "NEC PC-8801" "PC-9800" "NEC PC-9801" "PC-FX" "NEC PC-FX" "Dreamcast" "Sega Dreamcast" "PlayStation Portable" "Sony PSP" "PC Engine" "NEC TurboGrafx-16" Changing the default icon: If you wish to use a different Badge icon, replace “\LaunchBox\Images\Badges\RABadge001.png” with your own image. Known Issues: Game titles are taken directly from RetroAchievements and may differ (slightly or a lot) from yours. So if you have a game that is known to have achievements and the badge isn’t showing, follow all steps under How to add or remove the badge from a game:. Updating via the Tools menu may take up to 1 minute to complete. Though not really an 'issue' perse, but it is a "thing". So plan your updates around refilling your water glass, grabbing a soda or whatever takes you about 60 seconds to do. Unknown issues: Let me know when you find them. Designed for LaunchBox 11.3 and newer. Major contributors to the plugin are: @jayjay Submitter JoeViking245 Submitted 04/17/2021 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins  
  4. Hello, some emulators like RaNes, RaProject64 do not load the achievements from launchbox / bigbox. There will be some script or parameter to open the emulator, wait a bit for it to log in and load the game? Or some solution for this?
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