@tix I pushed an update that will fix the issue. no need to install all again, just replace this file https://github.com/Sakitoshi/retropie-crt-tvout/blob/master/to_configs/all/retroarch/shaders/tvout/shaders/box-vert.glsl
you should probably take a look at the expand field of view presets too to be able to see the whole screen since r-type uses a resolution that goes out of a normal crt screen.
@dimetrius isn't batocera based on recalbox? if that's the case I don't want to do it. recalbox is very restrictive with its configs and I wasn't able to make a clean and easy setup (read, not hacky by overriding some important recalbox configs) for it like a year ago when I tried.
you can still take a look at the configs and adapt them if you want. but I don't want to mess with a stubborn environment like recalbox.
Requested assistance no longer needed. Due a new discovery, I will soon be abandoning the GhettoPi. It has been fun making this, and it will not go to waste, as every piece shall be repurposed for another project I have in mind(save the gamepad, but even that can live on as my PC gamepad).
But now, I need some other help... There is no way in the underworld I am going to have the soldering skills needed for my new project goal anytime soon. So I need help finding someone of sufficient skill to assemble this for me. I will of course pay for such services. If anyone can point to me a good and not too pricey place that can do so, I would appreciate it. (I'll be searching myself)
It's been a fun project, and I look forward to the project it will now be transitioned into(a mini arcade cabinet) just as much.
The three overlays of the week will make you go up, down and some time both.
Crazy Climber (Nichibutsu):
Elevator Action (Taito):
Crystal Castles (Atari):
I think that now you already know the links to download and install them, so what are you waiting for ?
Next week, we will shoot them up !
So stay tuned.
I've released v1.2.0 of the Godot "emulator" scriptmodule!
Support for GPIO/Virtual keyboards (GPIOnext or Adafruit's Retrogame, among others) for single board computers, such as the Raspberry Pi.
Here's a little video* of a game I'm workin on using Godot for the Raspberry Pi.
*Click on the thumbnail to go to the video.
@Clyde I loved playing Tron in the Arcades, but of course it's virtually impossible to play without the right controls. I've got a few full-size arcades and 1 Arcade1UP and running out of room for much else. Using the GRS products to build a custom Tron controller solved those problems.
@Texacate Thanks...I kinda hit a brick wall and walked away for this particular project for a while. Just overthinking and making it too complicated.
I did, however, use your code to make LCD Marquee. Found a 14.9" stretched monitor and added to my Arcade1up mod.
But I will get back to the original idea in the New Year. Have some other projects I need to finish up and will revisit this one.