@lilbud Oh man... I swear I tried. But it's not an enjoyable game for my taste... Sorry.
I hope other guys join. And maybe next month we get something more "retro". ;-)
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@buzz what do you think about adding another scriptmodule for the bleeding edge RetroArch? Just like you did for emulationstation. Maybe a
It would be useful to get/test really new features/fixes.
If you agree I can submit PR for that.
there has to be a way to add overlays that aren't specific for any one game.
There is such way. But it has to be specific to a system.
@lilbud yeah, but you also need to provide the ROM configs. Look what @UDb23 made for Mega Man here: https://github.com/UDb23/rpie-ovl/tree/master/nes/Mega Man
I've added a link to a video showing how to scrape videos for ES video preview (it's actually in the Scraper page, no in the ES one):
@lilbud oh... rpie-art can't deal with this situation... Maybe you can, at least, create an
info.txt for the Secret of Mana overlay. I believe people only use it when playing on that game on SNES.
@lilbud In order to make your repo "compatible" with rpie-art, you need to use the
More info about it here: https://github.com/meleu/rpie-art/blob/master/INFO.md
if I already succeeded in starting the program and just want to know how to automatically start it at boot
If you already know what command to start the program you need, you only have to put the same command in
/etc/rc.local file and add a
& symbol in the end of the line.
I hope I am clear... ;-)
By the way, is english you native language? I'm not trying to make fun of you, this is not my native language... If you're able to speak portuguese, I am too. ;-)
so what do i need to put?
I have no idea. I saw your topic's title and only showed where you need to put (
/etc/rc.local). But as I don't have this controller and neither use this program you mentioned, I don't know what to put in that file.
Maybe it's better to ask to that software's developer or read their docs.
@meleu i forgot to reply directly to you so heres a notification
There is no need for that. We receive notifications about posts on threads we are participating.
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