@Texacate said in Show Control Panel Layout before game starts in RetroPie, just like Arcade1UP does.:
@markwkidd At some point I will take you up on the offer to pull the data directly from XML, or JSON or whatever. But right now I'm happy with CSV.
It is not a problem to generate a CSV either. The idea is about sharing and making improvements to a common list of controls rather than the file format.
Pretty much any text-based format is possible if and when it is decided that collaborating on fixes to incorrect and missing button labels is part of the intention of the project in this thread.
If maintaining the control name list and fixing those problems is part of your intentions then it does seem to me like having one common database is worth some coding time on my part.
Long overdue update:
super gameboy borders are now used when using mgba instead of the custom border.
I was lazy on this one because I don't play gameboy very much on my raspi, but today while thinking about other things I though of an easy way to detect if a border is provided by mgba and use it instead of the generic one, so I went ahead and implemented it.
I still like gambatte more for the custom palettes, color correction for gbc and the newly added mix frames feature that emulates the ghosting of the gameboy screen.
@movisman said in Retropie Installation on Ubuntu Server x64 18.04.1:
Set up temporary VNC SSH session for working on the box directly
has someone the script that was posted by Piskvor. The file is not available anymore.
@Capeman: Dude! This theme is by far the best theme I have ever seen for RetroPie. I know you sort of lost the files and that life itself takes time too ;) but it would be awesome if you would be able to pick this up some day. Really, really nice work.
I bought a Pi-hat to manage my LEDs because my old PAC-LED only worked with my windows.
I wired all LEDs, wrote my own python program to animate the LEDs.
Now I am finished my word and now I see your post?