OK sorry for the long delay on getting this up to date but it should now work with the latest build of Pegasus. This will break on older builds though so make sure you have the latest version of both Pegasus and GameOS.
There's a chance that there will be some bugs due to areas I've missed when updating however, so please let me know if anything seems amiss.
@Wildfire said in Chicuelo Theme:
@pootis-spencer I haven't been working on the theme over Christmas but I'm keen to get back to it again in the new year. I'm currently adding more systems/collections, tidying up the code, compressing images within reason (to improve performance) and I'm thinking about separating the characters from the background to make it easier for others to mod. Apologies for the long wait but I'd rather do the work now to get it as good as possible before I upload it.
@movisman glad you like the theme :) I currently have PSP (crisis core) PSP mini (jetpack joyride) and Dreamcast (crazy taxi) but nothing for GameCube yet. It's on the list though so it will 100% be included.
@DarishZone can't say I've installed Supersweet on my build but your modified theme looks awesome! I love simple themes like that which run smooth as butter :D I'm trying desperately to keep my modded theme as light as possible (which is a challenge given the transparent png's....) once compressed the theme works much better but it may still be a challenge to run for people who have tons of systems installed.
Thank you very much! Your themes mods great too, so i'm very flattered!
Supersweet original creator used very smart ideas performance wise, using small vertical PNG images with color scale instead of RGB, little loss detail but they are way more light for ES to handle. As results the theme is light speed even with custom collections enabled, i've stick to that same formula for the mod and i'm very satisfied! Waiting for your work shared.
Thanks for the link, that adaptor seems to work fine my track ball
fyi for others. right now the one in the following link seems to have issues with retropie: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B008DFVQFW/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Again this might be fixable in software later on, or it might be that I got a dud I don't know, but if your track ball seems to work with windows but not retropie you may not be totally crazy
The v2.3 rar file that you've linked to contains some files that don't match the previews. For example, the Wii magcover.png that is in this rar has the Custom Collections cover rather than the expected Wii cover from the system.png in the background. It also has the smartphone graphic, while the one in your preview image does not. I like the graphics from the previews you posted in this thread. Will you be releasing those?
I didn't update the author, version, etc. in the readme or simple.xml header. I guess I can do that, but I won't be maintaining these things in perpetuity.
Here are some links for now:
@JesseBlue said in Pandora Theme:
I think I've found a bug:
If a game entry has no video attached to it (no <video> tag in the gamelist.xml), the skin won't display any other images (eg. boxart), even if they are are linked in the gamelist.xml
This only happens with this theme. All other themes (incl. SNES-Mini) work fine.
Hi. Thanks for the feedback. @Stuart2773 also reported this and I addressed it in this post: https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/20380/pandora-theme/24
Thanks @tronkyfran, the XBox model can be found here :
Also if you wanted to try the cartridge render for yourself that model is here :
I was wondering wither to put some sort of label on the cartridge too. I think as you mentioned a gold gradient in the bg would make it stand out so I'll revisit that render for my modded theme :)
Hopefully the models on GrabCAD are in the right format for you. The file types tend to vary as they are from multiple platforms with no standard output but you might get lucky. If you can't import the files let me know and I can try to convert the files to .obj format in Keyshot.
Also if you search the website they have a few models of the Nintendo Wii which could be fun to render!