Hey, man. Since @A12C4's GridView just got finished and pushed to EmulationStation's
master (or it's development) branch, are you going to implement it into your themes? If you wanted to, there is a wiki page with the GridView syntax on the ES repo.
Hi, sorry for the late reply, I am unforgivable. For Super PIE BOY One Light, i put it aside for the moment because i am working on a new model named Super PIE BOY 2. At the same time, i am building the web site which wil be avalaible soon.
What SPBO 2 will include
according the choice, Raspberry PI 2 or 3 ( i prefere the 2 for the low current consumption), cross pad....
as soon as i can, i will give you more details :)
And i am fan of Super PIE BOY One Light with its big screen and really good playability so i will work on it to make it more cheap and easier to build.
Otherwise, It is really easy to install Retropie on it, i made a small program, than you copy on the sd card after burning Retropie. And on the first boot, all the installation is automatised, look at here the video tutos :
03-TUTO : Super Pie Boy One - SPBO software install :
04-TUTO : Super Pie Boy One - First boot after installing SPBO software
@tsoliman Added that to the issues list. I'll take a look at it.
In the meantime, here's an almost-finished project along the same vein that I'm working on that you may be interesting in previewing. I have all of the same systems themed on it as you'll fin d on the Carbon theme.
It's not on RetroPie-Setup yet, but the wiki give instructions for installing which should still be compatible once it does end up in RetroPie-Setup.
@bytethis Well, the coffee company just sold an existing system and re-branded it. The Arcadia had a handful of arcade ports like Jump Bug, Jungler and Route 16, as well as some renamed arcade clones (Cat Trax = Pac Man, Robot Killer = Berzerk). It also had noteable originals like Tanks A Lot.
The Tele-Fever's integration of the controller into the console wasn't so bad, comparable to today's bigger arcade joysticks. You could place it on a table, on the ground, or on your legs. But after someone stepped on it (me? a friend? can't remember), I replaced it with a real Arcadia 2001 that had Intellivision-like controllers with screw-in joysticks as a nice bonus. Luckily, the cartridges were compatible with both models.
All in all, I loved that system. Although I was the only one who had it in my circle of friends, and thus couldn't exchange games with my friends, I had a system that nobody had. :)
@mattrixk Huh, it's 9 months old and I can't remember if I have seen that before. Looks nice.
Anyways, I changed the fonts to go more with the basic line theme. Although I'm still not happy with the secondary font. But all fonts I tested have been either too wide to fit in the metadata section or too tiny to read. And I changed the colors a little bit, because some where to dark to read from a distance.
I also replaced the preview images in the first post.