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  1. Awesome project. I really like the indented shape you made for the 3rd and 4th players to fit in. I miss my arcade... (Had to get rid of it when I moved to my current home, and switched to an HTPC).
  2. @Circo I am seeing all the users markers in the Unread section, which wasn't showing before. I can uncheck them from the content preferences, but it needs to be done on each page refresh.
  3. Thanks for noticing it! It was not on purpose; seems that when I trimmed the scans, I inadvertently flipped that one. Here you go (also updated the Download file):
  4. Sorry ulao; I only know ulalá, fondue, and menage a trois Tell him to just type it all in French and translate it with Google translator; their tool has improved a lot and you will understand it all I'm sure.
  5. Lucky! What's up! Need to make a tourny soon!
  6. I did not know that Microsoft dbs could be updated by users requests like that. Thought that users would have to either live with it, or wait for devs to recode it. Awesome job @Scyto. This makes me very happy, but extremely sad at the same time, knowing that a simple fix could have avoided lots of problems and users troubleshooting, and that nobody (if known about this way of whitelisting) did something about it, until now.
  7. Hey! Check this, might help you out in crafting something with notepad++ (like creating config files with only the game names inside, and batch adding the entire stuff around them with "Replace All'' by having all the documents opened at the same time): https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20479435/replacing-some-text-in-notepad-with-different-words-in-a-predefind-list Gotta go now, but if you can figure it out, I'll try to help you tomorrow in doing so.
  8. Ninja! Just a recommendation; type the video title as well above the embedded video, because in the news feed you do not see anything when you post, and with that text you might get more views. This is what I see:
  9. Keep your mouse click pressed on top of the topic title, and after two secs it should change to free text.
  10. I know; I have multiple FEs configured and all the artwork is symlinked between them so nothing gets moved/renamed. My point was not on a programming/configuring sense, but on a community collective thought point of view and how FEs are currently being seen.
  11. You are missing the point. And not all the users have RL on their sets (I for once do not have it).
  12. You could use something like the below AHK. This will press the Down key every 30 seconds if the idle time in the app is equal or over 2 minutes. You can change to any time you want in miliseconds. I havent tested it. #IfWinActive, Hyperspin SetTimer, PressTheKey, 30000 Return PressTheKey: if (A_TimeIdle >= 1200000) Send, {Down} Return
  13. Nice post @progets and very interesting point of view for each FE; I mostly agree with you on them. I would like to add to your last paragraph that from a couple of years ago the emulation/frontend scene has got a major growth and the user base expanded incredibly in a short period of time (compared to how it was developing as a constant since the 90s). You can see nowadays A LOT of arcade cabs and minipc/pies sellers worldwide; even Nintendo/Sega/Sony are trying to get into the market. This scenario creates a visible gap in the emulation/FE user type; on one hand you have the oldschoolers, that know their emulation stuff since long ago, spent years configuring their front end and gathering and/or creating all the artwork and databases for it; and on the other hand you have the new comers that are getting most of the stuff instantly, and because of the FE market offer, they don't want to be hassled with configurations and learning curves, just want to have it all looking nice and play right now. Hyperspin at its current state is suffering from the above gap, because new comers will prefer easy configurable pre-curated and better looking on the get-go front ends, and old schoolers will either leave their configured HS untouched as they spent years in getting it where its at, or if they want a change/new air, will move to a FE that will not make them require another 5 years or so in getting everything ready all over again.
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