IMO the retropie-project and ROMS/Images are two different things - even if they depend on eachother to make sense.
And therefore retropie should never implant any direct channels to any sites or databases containing copyrightet material.
It is no Problem to find enough food for the rom-folders by just searching the internet with Google or any other search-engine.
The retropie-project should stay clean, there is no reason to offer any shortcuts to rom-collections imo.
Correction of the overlays path for games under Batocera (now each game overlay is placed in a corresponding system subfolder)
Fixed a bug when creating overlay configuration files on Batocera (missing :)
Update of the configuration files for the creation of overlays on Recalbox/Retropie. #video_shader_enable = “true” and input_overlay_hide_in_menu = “true” (olivierdroid92 and toniosj).
Addition of a button ‘Resize Overlays’ in the panel ‘Possible actions on selected Roms’ which allows to resize the existing overlays. See tooltip on the button for more explanation. See wiki : http://jujuvincebros.fr/wiki/arrm/doku.php?id=resize_overlays-en
Addition of a ‘GamesDatabase Music’ checkbox in the ‘Scrap Options’ tab which allows during a scrape to retrieve, on the Gamesdatabase site, musics if not present. A <music> tag will be written in the gamelist.xml (usable with my JVB_Quizz game : http://jujuvincebros.fr/telechargements2/category/13-games)
Addition of a button ‘Recover music’ in the panel ‘Actions possible on selected Roms’ which allows to extract the audio track of the videos if the video exists or to go to seek it on the site GamesDatabase. A <music> tag will be written in the gamelist.xml (usable with my JVB_Quizz game)
Addition of a music folder in the Folder tab where the mp3s recovered via the options above will be stored.
Permutation of Dev / Manufacturer when creating XML for Hyperspin.
During a scrap on Screenscraper, if a manual is not found, a search is launched on GamesDatabase
All of my questions are dependable on what type of software i wrote?
If it's software that includes links to roms or downloaders for them we obviously don't condone it because it will do nothing but damage the project and earn you a nice ban. But there are plenty of web/theme managers scattered throughout the forum so if it's similar to those I don't see an issue with sharing it with the community
No...the software does not contain any illegal stuff. I would never do anything to hurt RetroPie and it´s community.
It works! I tried to uninstall everythink and followed the steps. This time I was succesful.
Thanks for your help
When you say that you "uninstalled everything" are you talking about uninstalling/reinstalling RetroPie and everything as well? Or just the ControlBlock stuff?
Mine was working fine, and then stopped and is behaving exactly as you describe. I tried removing all the ControlBlock stuff and reinstalling but the problem persists. The only thing I can think of is to do a clean install of the entire OS...I just really don't look forward to going through all of that again.
How do I completely remove the powerblock software (per say) from retropie. I built a SNES with one, but then flashed my image to another card for a different build and I don't need/want it on that build. Is there any way this can be done?