phulshof

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  1. Bezels updated with the latest work from Krakerman, and some of ci2own's Unified Bezel project.
  2. Updated the RetroFE base package to 0.8.0, and MAME package to 0.184.
  3. Circo has given me write access to the Official section, so I've cleaned and updated the set there. Have a look at /Official/Retro FE Media Pack to get a nice RetroFE installation up and running very quickly.
  4. The modular system seems to have been moved to the Official section. There's a MAME update (including bezels) in the Upload section for now.
  5. Not familiar with RocketLauncher, but would a link work in Windows?
  6. RetroFE is free, though if you wish to make any front-end look good you'll probably need to invest in a membership here at EmuMovies. You can find most art for free at the HyperSpin site these days, but EmuMovies is still the site to go for when you want game play videos showing in your front-end.
  7. I know it works for HyperSpin with RetroFE. [emoji3] Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  8. As an example, from the default Aeon Nox theme: <!-- show manufacturer image --> <reloadableImage type="manufacturer" mode="common" alpha="0" width="500" maxHeight="85" x="20" y="1070" xOrigin="left" yOrigin="bottom" layer="15"> <onExit> <set duration=".25"> <animate type="alpha" to="0" algorithm="easeinquadratic"/> </set> </onExit> <onMenuEnter menuIndex="1"> <set duration=".25"> <animate type="alpha" to="1" algorithm="easeinquadratic"/> </set> </onMenuEnter> <onMenuExit menuIndex="1"> <set duration=".25"> <animate type="alpha" to="0" algorithm="easeinquadratic"/> </set> </onMenuExit> <onHighlightEnter menuIndex="1"> <set duration=".25"> <animate type="alpha" to="1" algorithm="easeinquadratic"/> </set> </onHighlightEnter> <onHighlightExit menuIndex="1"> <set duration=".25"> <animate type="alpha" to="0" algorithm="easeinquadratic"/> </set> </onHighlightExit> </reloadableImage> A quick explanation: reloadableImage implies that it is different for each menu entry, and as such should be (re)loaded whenever a new item is selected. mode="common" means that the art should be pulled from the _common collection. This prevents the need to have a set of manufacturing logos for each collection. The main line also contains the location (x/y), size, and alignment settings. The default alpha (transparency) is 0, which means invisible. The onMenuEnter animation makes it visible when you enter the 2nd menu (the collection). The rest of the text is simply animation settings, to make the item fade in and out on menu enter/exit, program exit, and when selecting a new item.
  9. RetroFE themes are simply xml files, so with a text editor and the manual you should have few problems. For what you want, simply define a reloadableImage for each type: developer and manufacturer, and make sure your meta xml files actually contain the needed information. Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  10. I'd ask this on the RetroFE forums; I don't use RL myself, so I cannot help you here. Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  11. Ah, yes, sorry about that. :) We had a huge flood of spam lately, so I'm manually checking all applications to reduce that problem. I've just approved your account.
  12. You should probably post these things on the forums at http://www.retrofe.nl That said: I read in your log that you call retroarch directly with the romname. I've never used retroarch myself, but if it's anything like MAME, you'll need to tell retroarch which system the rom should be run on. Any retroarch user should be able to tell you how to do that; unfortunately I'm not one of them. [emoji3] Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  13. RetroFE is cross platform, including Linux... Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  14. Sure, just check http://www.retrofe.nl You can find documentation there, but also a download of the front-end itself to play around with. Membership here is only needed if you want the movies and/or the art sets. What's on the FTP is just a convenience, not a requirement to use RetroFE. :)
  15. I could try to whip up some art renaming scripts on Linux if that would be useful. Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk