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General / Re: [HELP]Dual screen monitor AM
« Last post by myriadgamers on Today at 10:46:27 AM »
That is a really neat idea having the Marquee like that. I hope you get this fixed or figured out. I personally think I would like to something similar to this in my next build and I think I have the perfect monitor for it.
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General / Re: AttractMode + Preview Videos = UI Freezes
« Last post by jedione on Today at 07:09:33 AM »
my am2 set up with am works great,,
but my i7 build with the same setup as other machine  is having this same ishu
dont know what to do abought it...
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General / Re: AttractMode + Preview Videos = UI Freezes
« Last post by dark1973 on Today at 06:09:55 AM »
sometimes i have the same problem.
I try to change video decoder but same result
(win10 64 bit, core i5, 9700gtx)
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General / AttractMode + Preview Videos = UI Freezes
« Last post by shakennot_stirred on Yesterday at 07:58:31 PM »
I recently reworked my cabinet with GroovyArcade due to the great CRT support and the minimal setup compared to HyperSpin. So far so good, props to the GroovyArcade devs for sure.

However I was just finishing the setup, and used AttractMode to scrape the ROMs and grabbed the demo videos for MAME, and it seems like the GUI is no longer stable. It will just lock up with no response to inputs now. I've verified I can still SSH in and kill the PID, and the background music/videos will continue playing, but nothing I do with the controls, either keyboard or the mapped joystick will make it respond.

I'm running it on a Core2Duo 2.53 with an ArcadeVGA for the video card. It's not the newest setup but I would think it would behave.

Any suggestions of what I should toggle or specific logs I should look at to determine why the UI is no longer responsive? Much thanks.
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General / Re: How to not show games in cylce?
« Last post by Zenmura on March 24, 2019, 12:50:00 AM »
If by "cycle" you mean "loop" i.e. pressing next on last item in romlist goes to the first item (and vice versa) then AFAIK its not possible currently. There is a "show in cycle" option for displays in attract.cfg but that is for showing/ hiding displays in previous/ next display cycle.

Thx for the answer, yes i mean loop no cycle sorry, i can remember that i turn on an option and then the games wasn´t in a loop anymore, that was a year ago so i can´t remember correctly. if it's not possible it would be a shame.
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General / Re: How to not show games in cylce?
« Last post by rand0m on March 24, 2019, 12:13:23 AM »
If by "cycle" you mean "loop" i.e. pressing next on last item in romlist goes to the first item (and vice versa) then AFAIK its not possible currently. There is a "show in cycle" option for displays in attract.cfg but that is for showing/ hiding displays in previous/ next display cycle.
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General / Re: Editing Rom Lists/Favorites RetroPie
« Last post by keilmillerjr on March 23, 2019, 11:52:52 PM »
chuggy - question...found your post from a google search. Raspberry arriving tomorrow, do i need to flash the SD card with retropie first. then flash the SD card with the wolf buildout/image? then reboot? new to this...thanks so much

Disk images are copies of a disk. Copying over a disk erases its prior contents.
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General / How to not show games in cylce?
« Last post by Zenmura on March 23, 2019, 11:37:21 PM »
So hi, i was wondering if someone can tell me where´s the option to not show games in cycle, for example i want to start with Megaman X and finish with Megaman X8, i don´t want to see Megaman X8 before Megaman x and either see Megaman x after Megaman x8, i know there´s a option to do this, but i can´t remember where it is.

thanks.




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General / Re: Attract-Mode can't roms on external hard drive (Ubuntu) PLEASE HELP!
« Last post by progets on March 23, 2019, 06:52:27 PM »
As keilmillerjr points out, this is a Linux command. Based on your post title "Ubuntu" I understand you're using Linux and not Windows.

I said "command line" but you can interchange that with "console", "terminal" or any other term that means the text only mode of the operating system.
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When you said command line are you talking about terminal in Linux? I am using Ubuntu and not Windows.

pwd is a Linux/Unix command for Present Working Directory, and will show full path of the current working directory. So cd to your path and then run the pwd command.

https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/pwd-linux-unix-command-examples/
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