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  2. Floyd Turbo

    Games You'd Like to See!

    I've been playing some "Armored Car". Pretty fun game.
  3. Today
  4. tthurman

    Space Wars Arcade Game (1977)

    I think I linked the wrong game. I'll have to investigate. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spacewar!
  5. Outhere

    Cant get PinballX to AutoStart

    Re-install But use the 32 bit
  6. SuperDave

    Cant get PinballX to AutoStart

    Found them. PinballX.ini [Display] Monitor=0 rotate=270 Windowed=False WindowWidth=480 WindowHeight=720 WindowX=0 WindowY=65 PlayFieldBrightness=230 WheelTextColor=ffffffff WheelTextOutlineColor=ff000000 InfoTextColor=ffffffff InfoTextOutlineColor=ff000000 FilterTextColor=ffffffff FilterTextOutlineColor=ff000000 MenuColor=ffffa500 FullScreenWindowed=True [BackGlass] monitor=1 x=0 y=0 width=1920 height=1200 UseB2S=True [DMD] Enabled=True monitor=1 x=0 y=0 width=900 height=300 AutoPositionPinMAME=True [FileSystem] EnableFileMatching=False [Interface] DesktopModeEnabled=False EnableAdditionalDetail=True ShowSystem=True ShowRatings=True OneClickLaunch=True [Audio] StreamVolume=90 SampleVolume=90 PlaySoundInVideos=True [Startup] playsound=True playvideo=True StartWithWindows=Yes [KeyCodes] quit=13 left=40 right=164 select=162 rotate=82 pageleft=33 pageright=34 exitemulator=13 ingame=80 screenshot=83 screenshotbackglass=66 instructions=73 volumedown=109 volumeup=107 credit=53 plunger=164 launch=50 capturevideos=86 [JoyCodes] quit=10 left=0 right=1 select=2 rotate=3 pageleft=4 pageright=5 exitemulator=6 ingame=13 instructions=14 [Text] Line1=John Clausen's Happy Fun Machine. Line2=Built with Loive for Marie, Luke, and Anaka Featuring=Featuring Tables=Tables PlayGame=Play Game Instructions=Instructions Information=Information Flyer=Flyer Gameplay=Gameplay Tutorial=Tutorial ExitGame=Exit Game ReturnToGame=Return to Game Return=Return Exit=Exit Shutdown=Shutdown [FuturePinball] Enabled=True WorkingPath=C:\Games\Future Pinball TablePath=C:\Games\Future Pinball\Tables Executable=Future Pinball.exe Parameters=/open "[TABLEPATH]\[TABLEFILE]" /play /exit /arcaderender LaunchBeforeEnabled=false LaunchBeforeWorkingPath= LaunchBeforeExecutable=notepad.exe LaunchBeforeHideWindow=False LaunchBeforeWaitForExit=True LaunchAfterEnabled=False LaunchAfterWorkingPath= LaunchAfterExecutable=notepad.exe LaunchAfterHideWindow=False LaunchAfterWaitForExit=True MouseClickFocus=True [VisualPinball] Enabled=True WorkingPath=C:\Program Files (x86)\Visual Pinball TablePath=C:\Program Files (x86)\Visual Pinball\Tables Executable=VPinball921.exe Parameters=/play -"[TABLEPATH]\[TABLEFILE]" LaunchBeforeEnabled=false LaunchBeforeWorkingPath= LaunchBeforeExecutable=notepad.exe LaunchBeforeHideWindow=False LaunchBeforeWaitForExit=True LaunchAfterEnabled=False LaunchAfterWorkingPath= LaunchAfterExecutable=notepad.exe LaunchAfterHideWindow=False LaunchAfterWaitForExit=True [ExitScreen] Enabled=True EnableExit=True EnableShutdown=True [StartupProgram] Enabled=False WorkingPath= Executable=notepad.exe Paramaters= HideWindow=true WaitForExit=false [ExitProgram] Enabled=false WorkingPath= Executable=notepad.exe Paramaters= HideWindow=False WaitForExit= [AttractMode] Enabled=False Timer=1 ShowFor=15 MuteAudio=False [System_1] Name=MAME Enabled=False WorkingPath=C:\- EMULATORS -\- MAME - TablePath=C:\ Executable=mamep64.exe Parameters=[TABLEFILE] SystemType=0 [AutoExit] Enabled=True Minutes=10 [Login] Enabled=False [PinballFX2] Enabled=False WorkingPath=C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam Executable=steam.exe Parameters=-applaunch 226980 [TABLEFILE] Process=Pinball FX2.exe Rotate=False WaitFor=20 [Internal] lastwheelcachematchsize=-1123 lastselected=BTTF_FS_B2SBTTF_FS_B2SVisualPinball filter_year= filter_company= filter_custom= filtername=Tables filter_favorites=False filter_lastplayed=False filter_mostplayed=False filter_rating=0 [PinballArcade] WorkingPath=C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam Executable=steam.exe Parameters=-applaunch 238260 Process=PinballArcade.exe WaitForSelect=50 [GameListManager] onlinemode=false [RealDMD] EnableColor=False Color=ffff1414 [SetupWizard] EmuPath1=C:\Emulators AssetPath1=C:\Assets RomPath1=C:\Roms DefaultPathPrompt=True DownloadDatabasePrompt=True DownloadEmulatorPrompt=True WizardMode=Advanced CustomArray= SearchArray= SavePosition=False SectionIndex=4 SearchText= EmulatorIndex=0 EmulatorGroupIndex=0 DaphneIndex=0 HTMLAppsIndex=0 ExternalAppsIndex=0 RadioStationsIndex=0 NewsFeedsIndex=0 MappedDrivesIndex=0 SystemIndex=0 ShowPanel=True FontSize=1 WindowState=Normal WindowSize=656, 478 WindowLocation=693, 312 [Plugin_1] Enabled=False Name=PlugInLED.dll [Plugin_2] Enabled=False Name=PlugInSpeech.dll [Plugin_3] Enabled=False Name=QuickLaunch (PinballX Edition).dll [Plugin_4] Enabled=False Name=Xpadder Plugin.dll [frmInfo] Size=386, 321 Location=828, 390 WindowState=Normal [Topper] monitor=2 Here is the Log.txt 17:31:14.5 1/17/2019: PinballX - Version 3.28 x64 17:31:24.9 1/17/2019: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (8GB) 17:31:24.9 1/17/2019: Loading Settings 17:31:24.9 1/17/2019: Initialize Component 17:31:25.2 1/17/2019: Initialize Display 17:31:25.4 1/17/2019: Start with windows Is set so waiting 5 seconds. Boot Time = 1/17/2019 5:30:37 PM 17:31:34.4 1/17/2019: Loading PlugIns 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: Error. Exiting 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: An error occurred creating the form. See Exception.InnerException for details. The error is: Class not registered (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040154 (REGDB_E_CLASSNOTREG)) 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: at c.a.a[a](a A_0) 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: at c.a.a() 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: at PinballX.FrmMain.a(Boolean A_0, Boolean A_1, Boolean A_2, Boolean A_3, Boolean A_4, Boolean A_5, Boolean A_6) 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: at PinballX.FrmMain.b(Boolean A_0, Boolean A_1, Boolean A_2, Boolean A_3) 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: at PinballX.FrmMain..ctor() 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: Disposing Plugins 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: Showing Taskbar 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: Unhiding Mouse Cursor 17:31:34.5 1/17/2019: Bye Here is the (Settings) Log.txt 1/17/2019 4:40:20 PM: Settings 3.2.9 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: Version: 6.1.7600 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: Build: 7600 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: RAM Total: 8173 MB 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: RAM Used: 1286 MB 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: CPU: AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1090T Processor 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: Video Card: AMD Radeon (TM) R9 200 Series 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: Video Driver: 16.150.2211.0 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: Video RAM: 2048 MB 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: Sound Card: Realtek High Definition Audio 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: .NET Framework 2.0 Installed 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: .NET Framework 4.0 Installed 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: .NET Framework 4.5 Installed 1/17/2019 4:40:21 PM: Setup Wizard 3.2.9 1/17/2019 4:40:33 PM: ERROR @ frmMain (TryDownloadRepositoryList_DownloadFileCompleted) 1/17/2019 4:40:33 PM: The remote name could not be resolved: 'gameex.info' 1/17/2019 4:40:33 PM: at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.EndGetResponse(IAsyncResult asyncResult) at System.Net.WebClient.GetWebResponse(WebRequest request, IAsyncResult result) at System.Net.WebClient.DownloadBitsResponseCallback(IAsyncResult result) Thanks.
  7. Outhere

    Cant get PinballX to AutoStart

    They are in your Pinballx folder PinballX\Config\ PinballX.ini PinballX\log
  8. Yesterday
  9. SuperDave

    Cant get PinballX to AutoStart

    Draco1952, I have searched his computer for both the PinballX.ini and a log file. neither is there. May I also say, that I am having to run the PinballXlite version as the regular pinball does nothing when I double click on it. And it is not showing as running in the tray. When I do run PinballXlite, it seems to run the tables OK. Have tried Auto Starting both PinballX and PinballXlite. Other programs do AutoStart from the startup directory.
  10. Draco1962

    Cant get PinballX to AutoStart

    Also, you may wish to look at this.
  11. Draco1962

    Cant get PinballX to AutoStart

    Can you attach copies of the log.txt and pinballx.ini files so we can take a look at them? This will give us info regarding the OS that may prove helpful. Thanks!
  12. SuperDave

    Cant get PinballX to AutoStart

    Hello All. I am working fixing up a pinball machine for a good friend that passed away this last Christmas. He was redoing something on it, I don't know what but I want to get it running so his two kids, 10 and 13, can get back on it. He is actually the person that talked me into building my own pinball machine. So I have almost everything working but I cannot get PinballX to startup automatically when the computer starts up. I have tried putting PinballX in the start folder. Setting up a task in Task Scheduler, and several other things that I found on Google. I have literally been working on this for three days now with no solution. I am really hoping that someone here has a solution so I can finish the cabinet build, add some glass, and get this back to his kids. Thank you in advance for your help.
  13. Alexa - let's play a game... https://www.cnet.com/news/amazon-alexa-st-noire-x2-games-nolan-bushnell-zai-ortiz-atari-chuck-e-cheese-murder-mystery/ Looks like the founder of Atari and Chuck-E-Cheese is cashing in on the Alexa craze.
  14. hansolo77

    Vs. ExciteBike

    Jerks! Updated OP, DB, RSS
  15. Floyd Turbo

    Vs. ExciteBike

    Those guys on track 3 wouldn’t get out of the damn way.
  16. This is how mass surveillance has become a thing, because you would rather be lazy than diligent. You actually just said you would rather be monitored, day in day out, instead of making some effort not to be. That is a scary mindset if you ask me. Honestly it astounds me how quick people are willing to give up every aspect of theirs lives because of likes and "friends". Hate to break it to ya, but none of those people are your friends.
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  18. hansolo77

    Time for an Upgrade!

    I've been dabbling with Raspberry Pi's for probably 3 years or so now. I'm starting to get more and more comfortable with the environment, and learning how things work with it. But, alas, I'm starting to become irritated with the hardware limitations of the Pi. Specifically for Retro gaming. The Pi 3B+ is only just BARELY capable of running a handful N64 games. There are lots of games for that system I'd love to play. Also, there are only a couple of games for the PSP and Dreamcast that the Pi is just remotely capable of playing. I've given up on the idea that I'll be able to play PS2 and GameCube games. But it doesn't have to be that way. Sure, I can build a dedicated gaming machine. But I'm limited to something in a huge case or spend a ton money on something like ITX. That's what led me to discover ODROID. Their XU4 device is a small SOC form factor, only a little larger than the Pi. They have a C2 model too that is practically identical to the Pi. The C2 supports 4k output (wow) whereas the XU4 actually has better "under the hood" equipment. Both are capable of gigabit LAN (Pi is still sitting at 100mb). Both have eMMC capabilities whereas the Pi only has MicroSD. Both are superior to the Pi in terms of onboard RAM, CPU speed, etc. Although not for me, both can run Android as well as Linux (whereas the Pi's are limited to Linux). The XU4 has 2 USB3.0 slots, Pi's are only USB2.0. It's a no brainer. Not to mention there is a growing community of users who swear by XU4 as being nearly perfect for retro gaming! So I've made my decision and I'm building a new system using the XU4! ODROID-XU4 - Currently on sale from the manufacturer for only about $10 more than the Pi! ODROID-C2 - Same form factor as a Pi but with 4k video! Perfect for Kodi! I intend to fill this thread with my building progress like I did my "NintendoPi" so it can help other would-be builders. I've already got an order processing. But here's a breakdown of what my plans are: Take my time and do it right! Once I got the ball rolling, it was easy to do rush jobs and hacks to make the system work. I really want to have a solid piece of quality. So that means no crappy drilling and sawing unless absolutely necessary. Most likely going in another NES case. The internal capacity of the case is ideal for hiding cables and things that would otherwise take up too much space inside some other case like a Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. I also like the nostalgia look of the case, it instantly screams "retro". I'm ditching what I did with the current NES as far as controllers go. I pulled out all the stops by having the NES controller ports run to a USB encoder as well as installing 2 DB9 plugs in the case so I could have ATARI/SEGA controllers too. It's nice, but really unnecessary. I NEVER use them. So instead, I'm going to keep everything simple with USB and Bluetooth. The XU4 doesn't have built-in Bluetooth (or wifi, unlike the Pi's, unfortunately) so I ordered a dongle. I'll just get some inline USB adapters for my other controllers. I'd like to rid myself of having those huge ugly adapters inside the case. It was a great design idea that did work, but the way the device gets it power is different. I'll have to experiment and see where I can take this. I plan on running this on Linux with RetroPie again. I'm familiar with the system now and migrating shouldn't be that difficult. Still, GameEx would be awesome!! (hint hint). I'm going to stretch this out as my 2019 project. You know, keep me sane and not depressed, etc. Planned system name: RETROID. Step one at taking my time and doing it right is acquiring the hardware. That requires a few steps too. PHASE ONE - Computer ODROID-XU4 ($49.99) - On Sale! 5V6A Power Supply ($12) - Extra Amps for Hard Drive 16gb eMMC Module ($14.90) - Replaces the MicroSD for up to 7x faster speed! USB eMMC Module Writer ($9.90) - I need this to read/write backups of the eMMC Wifi Module ($7.90) - v5A, Supports dual band Bluetooth Dongle ($3.80) - v2, Supports v4 BLE technology Total: $97.50 ---------- PHASE TWO - Hard Drive 4tb ($99.99) - Mostly Likely Candidate ---------- PHASE THREE - Case NES Classic Case ($??.??) - To Be Determined At this point, Phase One has been ordered. Once I receive the device and the other bits, I can start building. The Hard Drive will come after more money is available. I might buy it locally rather than online, depends on how the costs look when I'm ready to buy. I know I want 4tb because I intend on having more systems installed, and the newer systems are much larger in filesize. My current build with 1tb is reaching max capacity. I also plan on having a similar setup to my current one, where I have video screenshots, so that eats up a lot of space. So right now, I'm waiting for delivery! Stay tuned...
  19. tthurman

    Touchscreen support

  20. Concession of privacy for convenience ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  21. tthurman

    Pincab futur

    Thanks for sharing the behind the scenes detail
  22. Burt

    Touchscreen support

    Ok, is there a sport to request that? Thank you for your reply
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  24. Tom Speirs

    Touchscreen support

    Hi Burt, Yes, it would be a feature request at this time. Thanks. Tom.
  25. Burt

    Touchscreen support

    I am using a touchscreen in my cabinet in hopes that the keyboard in the search menu would work with it. Unless I'm missing a setting it doesent, not sure it there is a way to do this or request this feature.
  26. RIP-Felix

    Zero input Lag in Retroarch?

    I got some input lag numbers from my TV using a GoPro shooting @ 240 FPS. Methodology: Times in milliseconds represent the amount of time it took for Mario to jump after my finger hit the bottom of the button. The number of frames from ten jumps were averaged to obtain the results. Each frame is 1/240th of a second, or 4.166ms. Note, I do not have an LED wired to light up when the controller registers the button press, so the results are not as accurate as they could have been. The CRT results used an actual North American SNES and physical copy of the game. The VIZIO and TCL Modern TV tests used Retroarch on my windows 10 HTPC, with and without run-ahead enabled. Results are organized by the lowest to longest input latency. Results: Super Mario World Jump Test. 50ms = CRT with wired controller 74ms = VIZIO 55P-F1, HDMI5 low latency port w/Game mode on, [email protected], 8BitDo SN30Pro wireless Bluetooth controller and Run-Ahead latency reduction set to 2 frames. 75ms = CRT with 8BitDo SN30Pro Wireless blutooth controller 87ms = TCL Roku TV, Game Mode on, [email protected], 8BitDo SN30Pro wireless Bluetooth controller, and Run-Ahead latency reduction set to 2 frames. 133ms = VIZIO 55P-F1, HDMI5 low latency port w/Game mode on, [email protected], and 8BitDo SN30Pro wireless Bluetooth controller. 155ms = TCL Roku TV, Game Mode on, [email protected], and 8BitDo SN30Pro wireless Bluetooth controller. Unfortunately the component/composite port on my VIZIO 55P-F1 does not support 240p. It only accepts 480i and above. I don't have an OSSC yet, so I can't compare the original SNES on my modern TVs. I have not tested a wired controller on the PC yet, but am curious to see if it can match or beat the 50ms I measured for wired CRT result. Discussion: The HTPC on a modern TV equaled the results on a CRT! That's a mind blowing result! Also of note is the latency without run-ahed. 133ms is a very noticeable amount of lag. That is what I've been noticing and having trouble accepting all this time. The difference between 50ms (wired controller) and 75ms (wireless controller) is just barely discernible to me. It's not distracting and very playable, but speed runners would likely prefer the wired controller. Lastly, I wanted to mention that the jump test has more lag than you would think. I noticed that Mario doesn't jump immediately. If you hold a shell and release the button to kick it, that action happens about 1 frame (16.6ms) faster than a jump command. That must be programmed into the game. So all of these input lag times are about a frame behind the real input latency.
  27. ouch...I'm intellectually and emotionally conflicted on this one. I have 4 echos...and like them. I knew off the bat they were collecting more than just my responses and could be abused. I guess I wanted the convenience of automating my lights, music, and timers. I'm the first to admit my total hypocrisy. I'm outspoken about hating data mining and analytics, while inviting smart bulbs and echo spying devices into my living/bedroom. I think the reason this one is so hard for me, is that I really do like the services voice recognition provides. It's more convenient than a remote or app for controlling lights. "Alexa, bedtime" and the lights go off. "Alexa, wake me up at 5:30" and she sets an alarm. "Alexa, set a timer for 4 minutes" instead of navigating the menu to set a timer on the microwave. "Alexa, resume audiobook" and she resumes Ready Player One on Audible where I left off in my Car via bluetooth to my phone a few minutes earlier. "Alexa, play electronic for studying on Pandora", "Alexa, how do you spell [insert that word you can't get close enough for spellcheck to recognize]", and so on... It's just way more difficult to give up. I have no desire to view more relevant ads in Firefox, so I can easily block them. But alexa is different. I like what she offers me...But more than privacy? Sigh... I have a hard time believing it's really that bad. While there exists a potential for abuse and human error. Emotionally, I want to believe Amazon is sincere in their desire to respect user Privacy. Intellectually, I'm not naive enough to believe they won't sell us out. Having said that, however...and this is going to be bias by my desire to keep using echo devices...I doubt anyone is actually listening outside the times it thinks it heard the wake word. While it may technically be possable to activate recording, it would require someone delibratly breaking the law to do so. I'm not likly worth the effort, so I'm not too worried about it. I agree with one of the readers who commented, "if you ask alexa for a weather report while having sex, I think the privacy implications should be less of a concern than the relationship implications." Another commenter pointed out that Apple store less data, keeping siri recordings for a period of 6-18 months, and anonymizes it. Amazon, by contrast, stores non-anonymous user data and keeps recordings for an indefinite period of time. So, I guess the lesson is it's prudent to choose an assistant from a company with better privacy policies.
  28. sebastien

    Pincab futur

    Another video
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