@tmntturtlguy better? I have to downgrade the quality to post it on here. its larger normally. I need to upload the PSD file for it somewhere and post the link.
Here ya to. If anyone wants the Photoshop file, they can edit for themselves.
Hello, thank you for the scraper! I'm pretty excited to try it out. Looks like i'm not able to connect to the database at the moment, is that due to the website being down? I tried the mirror site and I could browse there, but still getting the same error when trying to run the program. I updated everything to 18.104.22.168 and still getting the errors: universal xml scraper fatal error! (problem connecting to the database).
From other posts, it looks like this is a known issue when the site is down for maintenance. I tried to un/re/install, turned off my A/V for a bit, ran as admin, all with the same results. I'm sure if the site says its down, that is my problem. Always my luck. The one night that I have to sit down and mess with it for more than 30 mins and the site is down. lol oh well.
I'm using windows 7 - 64 bit, and UXS 22.214.171.124. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Here are my LOGS.txt file.
[22:43:33] - /!\ Error Downloading File : C:\Users\Delft\Documents\retroCade\Universal-XML-Scraper-126.96.36.199\Ressources\systemlist.xml
[22:43:33] - /!\ Bytes read: 0
[22:43:33] - /!\ Size: 0
[22:43:33] - /!\ Complete: True
[22:43:33] - /!\ successful: False
[22:43:33] - /!\ @error: 13
[22:43:33] - /!\ @extended: 12038
[22:43:34] - /!\ Error Downloading File : C:\Users\Delft\Documents\retroCade\Universal-XML-Scraper-188.8.131.52\Ressources\systemlist.xml
[22:43:34] - /!\ Bytes read: 0
[22:43:34] - /!\ Size: 0
[22:43:34] - /!\ Complete: True
[22:43:34] - /!\ successful: False
[22:43:34] - /!\ @error: 13
[22:43:34] - /!\ @extended: 12038
[22:43:34] - > -In 3 try and 1.51s
@hansolo77 OK, that's as up to date as it gets.
Could you move the conversation to a separate thread and add me to it, as this is not related to this topic anymore?
Any emulators you notice this happening with? Does it also happen with any other theme?
@spud11 said in Guide: Advanced Controller Mappings:
One other possibility I was thinking...
I'm almost certain xboxdrv can't bind keyboard keys with other keys/key combinations, but if you could find an outside solution to handle that part, it should work well.
@andershp (sorry for the late reply)
Really depends on the drives you use. Many 2.0 drives don't reach the maximum possible speed the Pi supports, while with a 3.x drive it's more likely. A good SD card may also reach the full speed, but to me they seem to be slower.
What about Emulationstation, will this still work and show art if it's placed in romsfolder/media?
Should work fine, as long as the paths to the rom directories are valid. Actually if you're just moving your games/assets to USB, you could just correct the paths in the ES2 systems config file, no need for a full scraping.
I ordered some EverDrives during Krikzz's Black Friday sale. Two haven't shipped yet due to them being on back order, but the first three are here and they're fantastic.
A bonus that I discovered is that .srm files from lr-snes9xseem to work on the SD2SNES, so saved games from my RetroPie build(s) can be transferred to play on real hardware, at least from the games I tried it with.
Yeah even for me the clock would be wrong pretty often. But after having my Pi running a couple days the time finally updates. And it's glorious on Kodi to see the time. Imagine the greatness of ES.
Also... ES uses time, already, when writing to the gamelist when you last played the game. Sooooo, there are already tons of time errors being written to disk. LOL.
Yeah, I will add a barrel jack later on my new Famicom case. This one is not the best looking work.
I still got 3 Famicoms around to bleach and mod. I broke not needed pieces out with a pench tool which doesn't look nice I should buy a Dremel or similar for better results.
Regarding the fan, I haven't encountered any issues thus far. My RPi is nice and cool inside the Famicom.
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