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Nintendo DS/DSi Bezels for use with Retroach. 3 Colors of the DSi handheld with one background for all three. 

Also there is a Retroarch cfg file if you simply place the extracted folders in your overlay folder of RA the .cfg inside will allow you to hot key switch between the three colors something I learned from @JamesBaker. Also credit to Orion's Angel youtube channel for showing me how to set up the custom video settings. The .cfg is set to default the red image first. If you prefer to have another color as the default edit the .cfg and change the color names in the order you want. You must use the name of the .png. 


 

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  • 3 years later...

putting the folder "Nintendo DS" extracted from the download into the RA overlays folder did not activate it in RA.  i thought you had to put the cfg in RA's config folder, but even with trying that i still didnt get the overlay to be active in RA, i'm probably missing something but have gotten overlays like Retrolust's to work so am kinda familiar with the related folders.

what may i be missing (other than more coffee)?   thanks

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4 minutes ago, zoemorn said:

putting the folder "Nintendo DS" extracted from the download into the RA overlays folder did not activate it in RA.  i thought you had to put the cfg in RA's config folder, but even with trying that i still didnt get the overlay to be active in RA, i'm probably missing something but have gotten overlays like Retrolust's to work so am kinda familiar with the related folders.

what may i be missing (other than more coffee)?   thanks

You have to turn on overlays and specify the cfg while you have a the DS core loaded with a game in it.

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8 hours ago, neil9000 said:

You have to turn on overlays and specify the cfg while you have a the DS core loaded with a game in it.

Thanks niel9000 as always. I did figure it out eventually, it took some doing to get the overlay lined up using retroarch's overlay & video option : custom settings as i guess the files were orig setup for maybe a 1920x1080 resolution (whereas for sake of the Retrolust lights out pack i already had installed i've got mine at the 4k res... though ha, depending on if most overlay packs are 1920x1080, maybe i shoulda just sized down my RA settings on his pack.   o well, thx again for your quick response on a Saturday no less! 

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