Announcing Pegasus Frontend
@AndersHP so far I've only seen that when I tried playing H264 videos on a Pi Zero (poor Pi got quite hot). What kind of device are you using?
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@fluffypillow Is Pegasus using vlc or omx player for video snaps?
@fluffypillow I have a new model 3B, RetroPie 4.3.
Will have to test some more...
Having just finished scraping all my systems, I find the black background too black :)
Is there a way to add e.g. one of Tronkyfran's system backgrounds per system, or does it only support the -screenshot asset per rom?
@AndersHP no support for that yet, but it's a good idea! There could be even support for all kind of system-specific assets, like a default box art (eg. cartridge) or background music.
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@fluffypillow That and a little theme making tutorial would be my perfect Christmas gift😉😉
@tronkyfran In light of your ES theme, I cannot wait to see your Pegasus theme. So add that to my christmas-list also!
Aand here's the weekly changelog:
- a bunch of very minor optimizations and internal changes (probably unnoticeable)
- player count ranges (eg. 1-4) in ES2's
<player>tag are now properly supported (just noticed this wasn't working)
- experimenting with Steam support: while I can list the installed games, the descriptions and assets would need to be fetched from the web, which will need some further work
- experimenting with a new loading screen: it will show the number of games loaded so far; I plan to close the logo thread this month, and this loading screen will be added after that
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experimenting with Steam support: while I can list the installed games, the descriptions and assets would need to be fetched from the web, which will need some further work
Try having Pegasus search for the 'app manifest' files in the Steam Directory. They list the Game name and ID which is used by steam to list info.
@lilbud Yes, that's the part that works, what's missing is getting additional metadata and assets. They seem to have a nice web interface though, so hopefully it won't be too difficult.
Are the RPi able to play any Steam games?
@AndersHP no, though I've heard you can set it up for streaming/remote play.
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Ok, took some time but here's the weekly changelog:
- Added Steam support
- Updated to Qt 5.9.2
- Fixed the missing RetroPie icon
- this will be available tomorrow, due to the build server people are having some problems at the moment
Also a screenshot:
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Been waiting for a customisable frontend like this, the steam support looks great. Is it possible to add .exe windows games that are not in steam?
I don't know anything about ES or Retropie, so having trouble finding any games or connect to my steam account.
Is there any way of adding favorites as of now, maybe by manually editing the gamelist.xml?
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@halfmanhalfcake not yet, sorry (well, unless you want to hack ES2's config files), but as soon as Pegasus gets its own config files, custom Windows games could be supported.
I might give that a go, but look forward to using pegasus without ES.
Sorry for my lack of understanding, can I create a theme for the installed windows version? or will I have to compile and build?
@halfmanhalfcake you won't have to compile anything for theming; just create the theme put it in the theme directory and Pegasus should pick it up.Unfortunately there's no documentation yet, but you can find a brief guide in the wiki, and following the commits of the Flixnet theme might help. Themes on Windows should be placed under
As for the weekly changelog,
- The logo contest has ended, thanks everyone!
- New loading screen
- shows loading progress (number of games found so far)
- featuring the silhouette of the new logo
- Fixed the launching of Steam games on Windows