Hi @PlayingKarrde is there a way to change loading screen when boot. And also is there a way to silent boot? Even when starting a game I got those command text. Is it possible? I using raspberry pi 3b+ latest version of Retropie.
Unfortunately that is more of a Pegasus question than on the theme side but I don't believe that is currently possible.
@markyh444 AFAIK there is no source code available - just the pre-installed PI image. It uses RetroArch + the MegaDrive cores and it looks like the image is based on Raspbian, so if the author wants to give permission to re-distribute or releases the source code under a distribution permissive license, it might be possible to add it as an alternate front-end.
Thank you kindly, sir. The warm welcome means a lot, but there's no need to worry. I'm still somewhat swamped until after the holidays, but I do plan on keeping a tab open here to help out with the most recent round of spammers. Those guys are relentless.
I've got a few short term project that piled up, so development is going a bit slower than usual; sorry about that! On the other hand, I haven't received new major bug reports about the latest versions, so I'll nominate them to Alpha 15! You can read a list of all changes since 14 here: https://github.com/mmatyas/pegasus-frontend/releases/tag/alpha15.
There are also two very minor updates since the last weekly update:
Android: Updated the app icon to support adaptive launchers
LaunchBox: Added support for game sort names
There's also an important notice if you're updating from stable: Windows shortcuts and Linux symlinks weren't properly resolved everywhere before; if you have games like that as favorite, you might notice some of them no longer marked as such. If necessary, you can edit the list of favorites manually, they are listed in a text file called favorites.txt in your config directory (see https://pegasus-frontend.org/docs/user-guide/config-dirs/).
Linux news: The APT repository site, where the Debian package is hosted, closes down this summer; in case you're interested in maintaining one, feel free to drop by in this issue: https://github.com/mmatyas/pegasus-frontend/issues/202. As for Flatpak, the update will be out in about half an hour.
Installed the image last night, started loading my ROMS manually also.
I like the concept of the naming conventions and they way the lists are pre-generated so dropping a ROM in with the correct name, they just appear.
I changed to Robospin_v4 on the main screen as I didn't like the up/down movement go left/right.