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  1. uPlayService_Killer.7z View File Running uPlay from a non administrator account requires yuo to enter a password everytime you launch a game, also leaving a game brings the uPlay ui forward blocking launchbox access. I created a few scripts to get around this. There is some preperation required for each of the uPlay games, i only have one Assassin's Creed Origins and it works perfectly for me. The only downside i can see using these scripts is that your saved games are not synced to the cloud. Lets me know how the scripts work for other uPlay games. Autoit is required to edit and build the required exe file You can download that here AutoIt Download 1: Right Click "uPlayService_Killer.au3" and edit script. amend "F:\Program Files (x86)\uPlay\Ubisoft Game Launcher\UplayService.exe"to the location of your local copy is installed, save the changes and complie to an exe file. 2: Right click rungame.bat and amend the name of the game/exe you want to run. 3: Locate and open the install folder of were you installed uPlay. 4: Locate the file "UplayService.exe" and rename it to anything i.e "UplayService.ex" 5: Copy both rungame.bat and uPlayService_Killer.exe to the game folder. 6: Double click rungame.bat to run the game or point launchbox to the rungame.bat file. Submitter xiaumaster Submitted 04/14/2018 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins  
  2. Version 1.0.0

    14 downloads

    Running uPlay from a non administrator account requires yuo to enter a password everytime you launch a game, also leaving a game brings the uPlay ui forward blocking launchbox access. I created a few scripts to get around this. There is some preperation required for each of the uPlay games, i only have one Assassin's Creed Origins and it works perfectly for me. The only downside i can see using these scripts is that your saved games are not synced to the cloud. Lets me know how the scripts work for other uPlay games. Autoit is required to edit and build the required exe file You can download that here AutoIt Download 1: Right Click "uPlayService_Killer.au3" and edit script. amend "F:\Program Files (x86)\uPlay\Ubisoft Game Launcher\UplayService.exe"to the location of your local copy is installed, save the changes and complie to an exe file. 2: Right click rungame.bat and amend the name of the game/exe you want to run. 3: Locate and open the install folder of were you installed uPlay. 4: Locate the file "UplayService.exe" and rename it to anything i.e "UplayService.ex" 5: Copy both rungame.bat and uPlayService_Killer.exe to the game folder. 6: Double click rungame.bat to run the game or point launchbox to the rungame.bat file.
  3. Version 1.0.0

    567 downloads

    Silver Ring Clear logs for PC games on various digital distribution platforms, goes well with my PC Game Boxart I have uploaded in the Game Covers download section. I've included the png templates in each of the individual downloads as well as a zip containing all in one shot. The list zip has text listings of what's included in each file. Steam and GoG are the primary platforms I use so the majority are under those banners.
  4. PC Game Silver Ring Clear Logos View File Silver Ring Clear logs for PC games on various digital distribution platforms, goes well with my PC Game Boxart I have uploaded in the Game Covers download section. I've included the png templates in each of the individual downloads as well as a zip containing all in one shot. The list zip has text listings of what's included in each file. Steam and GoG are the primary platforms I use so the majority are under those banners. Submitter JPGIII Submitted 03/30/2018 Category Game Clear Logos  
  5. Version 1.0.0

    366 downloads

    2D front cover boxes for PC games installed from various online distribution platforms. It was driving me crazy when scrolling through Bigbox and seeing box art of various size shapes and quality. So I went ahead and make uniform covers for all the PC games I currently have installed (plus a handful of extras). Hopefully they will be useful for others as well. I made all of these with my latest version of the PC Box Cover Maker photoshop file linked below (it also has additional artwork I'm not using here). The boxes all use the best cover art I could find. I tried to avoid when possible any additional labels on artwork such as "PC/DVD-rom" (the bane of my existence with these), ratings and restrictions. I also did everything I could to avoid non-uniform scaling of the images when positioning for cropping to keep them as good looking as possible. Each cover is setup with a banner representing the platform across the top and in a transparent "DVD case" as I found for my Bigbox setup that is what looked best. As this is a living room PC most of the artwork is for games that I have set up to be used with a controller so some genres such as strategy, adventure, management, and other mouse driven games is a bit lacking. Steam and GoG.com are the primary platforms I use so most of the files are in those formats (sorry Uplay). I've included a BoxLists.zip that includes a text list for each of the platforms so you can check that out before downloading any of the larger files to see if it would work for you. Current counts for each file are: Gog - 177 Origin - 25 Steam - 637 Uplay - 3 Xbox Play Anywhere - 16
  6. PC Online Platforms Game Box Covers View File 2D front cover boxes for PC games installed from various online distribution platforms. It was driving me crazy when scrolling through Bigbox and seeing box art of various size shapes and quality. So I went ahead and make uniform covers for all the PC games I currently have installed (plus a handful of extras). Hopefully they will be useful for others as well. I made all of these with my latest version of the PC Box Cover Maker photoshop file linked below (it also has additional artwork I'm not using here). The boxes all use the best cover art I could find. I tried to avoid when possible any additional labels on artwork such as "PC/DVD-rom" (the bane of my existence with these), ratings and restrictions. I also did everything I could to avoid non-uniform scaling of the images when positioning for cropping to keep them as good looking as possible. Each cover is setup with a banner representing the platform across the top and in a transparent "DVD case" as I found for my Bigbox setup that is what looked best. As this is a living room PC most of the artwork is for games that I have set up to be used with a controller so some genres such as strategy, adventure, management, and other mouse driven games is a bit lacking. Steam and GoG.com are the primary platforms I use so most of the files are in those formats (sorry Uplay). I've included a BoxLists.zip that includes a text list for each of the platforms so you can check that out before downloading any of the larger files to see if it would work for you. Current counts for each file are: Gog - 177 Origin - 25 Steam - 637 Uplay - 3 Xbox Play Anywhere - 16 Submitter JPGIII Submitted 03/30/2018 Category Game Box Art
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