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Was looking for the right place for this post but couldn't see a natural place to simply say THANKS. Back story - dusted off my mostly built arcade cabinet (COVID isolation and unfinished projects hey...) and after needing to replace the PC I decided to swap from HS to LB/BB and rebuild from scratch. Don't hate me because i used HS, I have seen the light 🙂 Wanted to simply say thanks to the community for all the info. Have spent a little time trawling/reading and following hints/tips/youtube vids. Have pretty much got my 4P cab back up and running with way more platforms and games, And the media, themes etc using BB - OMG, how easy was all that, and how good does it look. If you're starting out, spend the time going through the great info already here. If I can follow the bouncing ball and get things set up, so can you. I still have some things to work on but its all tweaking extra stuff now on top of working games. so a big THANKS for the help so far
Hello! I was configuring inputs with RetroArch, and I can't get my second Dualshock 4 controller to be detected when I am in the input menu. Is there something I am missing? Both of the controllers are connected to my computer through bluetooth 4.0, and are fully charged. I have even renamed the device names through regedit so they can be distinguished from just "Wireless Controller (#1)" Help! D:
Hello everyone, It started long ago...so, so long ago. You see, I'm old, so when Nintendo decided to come out with the NES Classic I really wanted one to satisfy my nostalgia (I still own the original)! But, Nintendo decided not to make enough to satisfy the market demand, essentially refusing to take my $60. I said "FU" Nintendo and grabbed myself a raspberry pi - hooray, 3 cheers for retropie!!! I was now bitten by the emulation bug, doing everything possible to my pie box: LED's, on/off switch, etc... I still needed more, so I convinced my wife (aka the boss) that I "needed" a full sized arcade cabinet in the garage! My charm worked and now I am a very happy guy! A big part of my happiness is finding this front end and the amazing beauty and simplicity it brings to my gaming experience! So...a long story short, I want to thank Jason and all that help with LaunchBox/BigBox as well as the very cool community! Cheers, MS79