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Hello Everyone, Thank you for taking the time to read this. So, been working on setting up hyperspin over the past few weeks, It really is pretty intense. I am progressing pretty good but i have hit a roadblock. I can seems to get any bezels to load. Default per console or individualized. For now, I'm just focusing on one bezel (just to understand the methodology), 10 yard fight for NES. So far, i have the settings in RLUI as follows -Global- settings-Bezel- enabled set to True - Fullscreen bezel set to fill, use backgrounds set to true In hyperspin folder directory, i have hype hyperspin-media-bezels-Nintendo Entertainment system (same naming as global console in RLUI) , inside the NES bezels folder, i have a default.png image, default.ini . I also have a _Default folder and folder specific for the 10 yard fight bezel named 10-Yard Fight (USA, Europe) (the .png bezel inside the folder also has the same name) default bezel doesn't load, 10 yard fight bezel doesn't load either I am using Retroarch as emulator - i don't see anything under modules that i would need to configure Any thoughts ? Thank you in advance
1,680 downloadsPurpose: Moves roms and other Hyperspin Media that don't match your system's xml (database) out of your folders. Requires: RocketLauncher and at least one rom path set for that system in RocketLauncherUI - WILL NOT work with HyperLaunch. Hotkeys: Escape (Cancel Clean or Exit application) WARNING - This will overwrite files in the "%assetPath% (UNKNOWN)" folder if it already exists. Backup your roms and media first. Reads RocketLauncherUI Systems.xml or Hyperspin's Main Menu xml for systems Reads RocketLauncher system's Emulators.ini for Rom_Paths Logs everything to "Rom Folder Cleaner.log" Press the top ... button to define a custom xml to match your assets Press the bottom ... button to define a custom rom path to match your assets If you have multiple roms with the same name but different extensions, it will think these are good and keep these in your rom folder. ONLY works with console type roms with one file. Have not tested with roms in folders. Known issues: Mapped network drives may return garbage when reading from the path. Resolution: Run it on that pc, not through the network.