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  1. 4 points
    Very significant speed improvements to the MAME game list update. Especially the verify. You now only need to make 2 cups of tea rather than 10 now. Note that this may break the update for some older MAME versions. However I feel the trade off in performance is worth it. GameEx will now run from a UNC path. Fixes a few minor cosmetic issues introduced in the last release.
  2. 4 points
    This is a BETA release of GameEx and GameEx Arcade Edition with installers only in the links below. I've spent a good amount of time trying to make optimizations with GameEx and PinballX and hopefully it should result in some quite news worthy performance enhancements to rendering and performance and in general. I think there ready for release but to be safe I would appreciate if a few people would try these versions and report any side effects that have been introduced if any. I am also obviously happy to hear about any successes with improved performance. I can now get 1080p 60fps on a modern intel atom if videos are limited such as removing the theme background video. 720p is still full 60fps on an Atom CPU. GameExSetupArcadeEdition.zip GameExSetup.zip
  3. 3 points
    Minor cosmetic and performance improvements and fixes for Gameex and GameEx arcade edition.
  4. 2 points
    Not a bad run. Think of it this way... you beat @GimmeClassics lol Updated OP, DB, RSS
  5. 2 points
    Hope you have a great day brother!
  6. 2 points
    Introducing PinballX 2.50, GameEx and GameEx Arcade Edition 15.00 Big updates for the season. These are mainly performance improvement related releases with general optimizations to key functions as well as rendering and the executable compiles. This should hopefully result in better FPS and speed improvements throughout although obviously it will be more noticeable on lower end machines. With GameEx several other areas have been improved for performance such as the Jukebox, loading Game Info, the Movie Library and getting Meta Data. In addition the YouTube feature is now working again and the Movie Library has been improved significantly. Getting Meta Data for the movie library is now much quicker to and downloading music artist and album images is working again. I also made the decision to make the Media Library and DVD/BluRays on disk features free for all users and no longer a registered version feature. I am toying with the idea of releasing a sub version of GameEx without gaming features, purely as a free HTPC solution. Please let me know your thoughts on this. In preparation for the season I, and behalf of all of my loyal team and friends who work alongside me wish you all the best, happy thanksgiving, happy Hanukkah, Eid, Kwanzaa and Merry Christmas!. View the full article
  7. 2 points
    Thank you for your service.
  8. 2 points
    Congrats to our resident Galaga master @forest4585 on his win of his first GOTM participation! Nobody could beat his mighty submission of 233,100. Way to go! We all look forward to seeing if you can win more! I think the 2 month competition is working nicely, and the polls confirm you guys want to keep it that way. Next up: TMNT! Also just a quick reminder to those who may not know.. Even though this GOTM challenge is over, that doesn't mean you have to stop submitting scores for this game. In fact, we encourage it. It's awesome when we see somebody work hard at a game and come back and beat the #1 spot. Will it be you? Happy gaming! Updated OP, DB, LB, RSS
  9. 2 points
    Well done everybody. Thanks for participating this month! I will update the threads tomorrow. I had to go to bed early last night right after I got home from work. I'm too exhausted now to mess with it. But I will do it tomorrow I promise!
  10. 2 points
    I meant to post the final pics and specs a bit ago, but got all busy and stuff. So, here it is: I initially meant to go Micro-ATX, but decided the difference between the Micro and standard ATX size was not that much. I also realized that for a few bucks I could do a little themeing...so I mostly went black and white (except for the Noctua cooler which only comes in blah-tan; good cooler though). The case and mobo came with some relatively subdued leds, so I left them active. Here it is: Intel - Core i7-7700K 4.2GHz Quad-Core Processor MSI - Z270 TOMAHAWK ARCTIC ATX LGA1151 Motherboard Asus - GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB Dual Video Card Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory Samsung - 850 EVO-Series 500GB 2.5" Solid State Drive Seagate - FireCuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Hybrid Internal Hard Drive Noctua - NH-U9S 46.4 CFM CPU Cooler EVGA - SuperNOVA G3 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply Fractal Design - Focus G ATX Mid Tower Case (white) Microsoft - Windows 10 Home 64-bit Thanks again to everyone who gave me advice. It really helped.
  11. 2 points
    I second that!!! Same here, I'd be all over that too if I didn't already have one. My dad and I stood in line on launch day to pick up the one sitting on my shelf. Still love to play me some SEGA Bass Fishing, with the reel controller of course...lol. I would've liked to see where that console could have gone had it done better. Too bad, but man did SEGA go out with a bang! Dreamcast is my favorite SEGA console. Stupidly underrated console.
  12. 2 points
    The original design was based upon "docklets" for use with RocketDock. They were much smaller so I super-sized the basic design elements and referred to them as "mega docklets" and the name stuck. I originally created them for use with GameEx and then transitioned over to PinballX. We have some real talent that have added to the work I started. I am glad that they have gained a following and appreciation.
  13. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    15 downloads

    I created a game Draco MegaDocklets type systems, with its staff. These are large MegaDocklets like the rest of MegaDocklets otherwise would Docklets or MiniDocklets. Being large can come in handy to print vinyl or similar things. The pity is that for arcade systems there precisely many large images and some of them have been enlarged, but there is. ---------------------- He creado un juego de MegaDocklets de sistemas tipo Draco, con su plantilla. Estos MegaDocklets son de gran tamaño al igual que el resto de MegaDocklets, de lo contrario serían Docklets o MiniDocklets. Al ser de gran tamaño te pueden venir muy bien para imprimir vinilos o cosas similares. La pena es que para los sistemas arcade no hay precisamente muchas imágenes de gran tamaño y algunas de ellas han sido ampliadas, pero es lo que hay.
  14. 1 point
    That's some fine craftsmanship, my good man. Great to see care, craft and detail prevail over designed obsolescence and commercialism. (Did I really just turn a bit of wood into a political comment!? Damn, I'm getting old)
  15. 1 point
    Hope you guys like it I wanted to make a new trailer with my new adressable LEDS
  16. 1 point
    Earle Hyman has passed away. Some may recall him as Russell Huxtable on The Cosby Show, while others may remember his voice as Panthro, chief engineer and pilot for the Thundercats. RIP Panthro!
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    Extract the zip and inside is a CreateIcons.exe file. When you run it it will convert all png's in the same folder to ico's into a folder called icons. EDIT: I updated it to support 256 colors and transparency and I also added a link to IcoFX which is a free version of the icon editor before it went paid. So the idea is to get a bunch of images for a system (such as covers) in png format and then crop and cut out any necessary background (make transparent) then convert the png's to ico's using CreateIcons.exe and finally tweak the results in IcoFX. EDIT2: I've attached some screenshots showing the results of a 007 cover cropped and with the background removed then converted using CreateIcons.exe and the resulting .ico file. NOTE: Please keep the the icons 32x32 pixels in size with 256 colors as that is the standard we are currently using. 007 - The World is Not Enough (E) (M3) [!].ico
  19. 1 point
    I've actually not voted yet. So I'm not sure how close the poll is and whether or not my vote will swing it. But I agree, Metal Slug X is just a reboot as such of Metal Slug 2. I probably should have paid more attention when I added it to the list, and given it some more time before adding it. I agree though, hopefully it doesn't get voted. But if it does, "it is what it is". That's what we've been saying at work a lot recently.
  20. 1 point
    We love this sort of creative project and I've been thinking about how we can improve in this area. I personally love the icons in GameEx and have spent a decent amount of time implementing it for Evo. So in the sprit of the GameEx community I want to share a little app I wrote that converts png's to the ico format. It will never be something that can replace manually created icons but I'm hoping it can help you guys fast track their creation. Thanks again for all your help! icofxsetup.exe CreateIcons.zip
  21. 1 point
    I want to play, not that I was ever any good, but time is short - The one drawback to having months to play is the procrastinators(like me) in the group will wait until like week 6 before I give it a shot
  22. 1 point
    Mark this one as resolved. You guys give good hints that send me on the right path. I simply went into the Gameex Advanced Emulator Setup and changed the Map directory to the correct path and that solved it. Apparently it was setup for the wrong directory this whole time and I never even noticed the option was there. Side note to RedDog: Thanks for the tips. I was able to redirect everything over to my Mame folders and now I have video's, logos, etc.
  23. 1 point
    Always glad for the updates. I did not have time to test the beta, so I am looking forward to playing with this. As for having a standalone HTPC app, I don't see a reason to go there unless you intend to remove the functionality from GameEx. What makes you consider a doing a standalone and having to maintain the feature in two applications? I have had an HTPC for about 10 years now and have tried many of the more popular front ends. I currently use WMC7 as a PVR and Emby as a Video/Movie front end. I find both to work well with only a few gripes. The most important feature I look for though is whether I think the wifey will be able to use it...critical in fact. Seams to be a common need.
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  25. 1 point
    This is a pretty accurate article (IMO) concerning the the staying power of retro gaming.
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    Today we have a new update for the EmuMovies Sony Playstation Video Snaps Collection. Audi85 has been sending us quite a few captures of Japanese and unlicensed games and a few more translations were submitted by DamnedRegistrations. This update takes us to version 1.8 and includes 118 new videos bringing the total number of videos in the collection to 2,072. Continue reading for samples, changelist and links. High Quality Samples Videos Added or Replaced - 118 Captures and Initial Edits - @Audi85 @DamnedRegistrations Final Edits and Encoding - @Circo Advanced V.G. 2 (Japan) Armed Fighter (Japan) Arthur To Astaroth Nazo-Makaimura - Incredible Toons (Japan) Athena - Awakening from the Ordinary Life (Japan) Battle Arena Nitoushinden (Japan) Battle Arena Toushinden 2 Plus (Japan) Battle Master (Japan) Blade Arts (Japan) Blue Breaker Burst - Egao no Asu ni (Japan) Blue Breaker Burst - Hohoemi o Anata to (Japan) Bomberman Wars (Japan) (Translated En) Bounty Hunter Sara - Holy Mountain no Teiou (Japan) Break Volley (Japan) Brigandine - Grand Edition (Japan) (Translated En) (Disc 1) Brigandine - Grand Edition (Japan) (Translated En) (Disc 2) Champion Wrestler (Japan) Chou Aniki - Kyuukyoku Muteki Ginga Saikyou Otoko (Japan) Chou Jikuu Yousai Macross - Ai Oboete Imasu ka (Japan) Clock Tower - The First Fear (Japan) (Translated En) Crisis City (Japan) Critical Blow (Japan) Deadheat Road (Japan) Demo One (Version 1) (Europe) Echo Night #2 - Nemuri no Shihaisha (Japan) (Translated En) EOS - Edge of Skyhigh (Japan) Eve - The Fatal Attraction (Japan) Eve - The Lost One (Japan) Eve Zero (Japan) Exector (Japan) Expert (Japan) Extra Bright (Japan) Extreme Power (Japan) Fighters' Impact (Japan) Fighting Network Rings (Japan) Fire Pro Wrestling - Iron Slam '96 (Japan) Fire Pro Wrestling G (Japan) Fist (Japan) Fox Junction (Japan) Funky Boxers (Japan) Gekitotsu Tomarunner (Japan) Genei Tougi - Shadow Struggle (Japan) Goiken Muyou II (Japan) Gunnm - Kasei no Kioku (Japan) Hakai Oh - King Of Crusher (Japan) Hokuto no Ken - Seikimatsu Kyuuseishu Densetsu (Japan) Hokuto no Ken (Japan) Juusou Kihei Valken 2 (Japan) Kahen Soukou Gunbike (Japan) Kaisoku Tenshi (Japan) Kakugo no Susume (Japan) Kamen Rider (Japan) Kamen Rider Agito (Japan) Kamen Rider Kuga (Japan) Kamen Rider Ryuki (Japan) Kamen Rider V3 (Japan) Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor - Game Edition (Japan) Koutetsu Reiiki - Steeldom (Japan) Lightning Legend - Daigo no Daibouken (Japan) Love Game's Wai Wai Tennis Plus (Japan) Love Love Truck (Japan) LSD - Dream Emulator (Japan) Lucifer Ring (Japan) Mad Stalker - Full Metal Force (Japan) Magical Hoppers (Japan) Makeruna! Makendo 2 (Japan) Master's Fighter, The (Japan) MaxRacer (Japan) Megatudo 2096 (Japan) Mikuzi Shigeru no Yokai Butouden (Japan) Nijiiro Dodgeball (Japan) Ninku (Japan) Pro Wrestling Sengokuden - Hyper Tag Match (Japan) Pro Wrestling Sengokuden (Japan) Pro Wrestling Sengokuden 2 - Kakutou Emaki (Japan) Puzzle Arena Toushinden (Japan) Ranma 1-2 - Battle Renaissance (Japan) Real Bout Special - Dominated Mind (Japan) Rittai Ninja Katsugeki - Tenchu - Shinobi Hyakusen (Japan) Robbit mon Dieu (Japan) Running High (Japan) Rurouni Kenshin - Meiji Kenkaku Romantan - Ishin Gekitou Hen (Japan) Rurouni Kenshin - Meiji Kenkaku Romantan - Juuyuushi Inbou Hen (Japan) Saber Marionette J - Battle Sabers (Japan) Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden (Japan) Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden 2 (Japan) Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden 3 (Japan) Shiritsu Justice Gakuen - Nekketsu Seishun Nikki 2 (Japan) Shura no Mon (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Hello Kitty Vol.01 - Hello Kitty Bowling (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol. 22 - The Pro Wrestling (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol. 52 - The Pro Wrestling 2 (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol. 94 - The Cameraman - Gekisha Boy Omake Tsuki (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol.024 - The Gun Shooting (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol.056 - The Sniper (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol.072 - The Beach Volley (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol.099 - The Kendo (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.03 - Kamen Rider - The Bike Race (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.08 - Gatchaman - The Shooting (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.10 - Sakigake!! Otojo Juku - The Dodgeball (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.12 - Kidou Butouden G Gundam The Battle (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.17 - Sentou Mecha Xabungle - Racing Action (Japan) Slam Dragon (Japan) Spriggan - Lunar Verse (Japan) Street Fighter II Movie (Japan) Super Adventure Rockman (Japan) (Disc 1) Super Adventure Rockman (Japan) (Disc 2) Super Adventure Rockman (Japan) (Disc 3) Tatsunoko Fight (Japan) Torneko - The Last Hope (USA) Toshinden Card Quest (Japan) Twin Goddesses (Japan) Virtual Hiryuu no Ken (Japan) Virtual Pro Wrestling (Japan) Yakyuuken Special (Japan) (Disc 1) Yakyuuken Special (Japan) (Disc 2) Zeiramzone (Japan) Zen Nihon Joshi Pro Wrestling - Joou Densetsu - Yume no Taikousen (Japan) Zen-Nippon Pro Wrestling - Ouja no Kon (Japan) Grab the new video snaps immediately via: EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View the full article
  28. 1 point
    The Getaway: Hi-Speed 2 Here is a demo video of my update to the addressable leds for this table. Some of the highlights: I kept all of Swisslizard's original MX led effects added new RPM Tachometer "VROOM" effect (activated with flipper when ball in plunger lane) "SHIFT" flashes on back MX whenever shift light is on. Added Orbit Effects. Added animated effects for ALL actions on the table. Added Red / Blue Beacon effects. Removed any duplicate PF Back MX flashers that already had animated MX Effects. Added some flashers and effects on the Left and Right MX. Very cool light show! If you want to skip my ranting at the beginning, go to 2:40 to go right to the demo. The update has been submitted to DOF Config Tool. Once it has been approved, you just need to update your DOF Config files with the Tool and you are good to go!
  29. 1 point
    In addition to automatic filters, I’d like to have the option to create automatic groups by fields already present in the database XMLs, like type, year, system, etc. I manage several groups manually today (eg EM, DMD and SS tables). I’d be also cool to add a “Favorite” checkbox for tables in game manager that automatically populates a “Favorites” group across all systems (I have been managing this by creatint a favorite XML for each system, a Favorites group and duplicating the entries for my favorite tables). thanks, pablo.
  30. 1 point
    NukeLauncher is a Pinball FX2 launcher that automates the table selection menu and adds many other options for running the game through various front-ends and the command line. NukeLauncher is fast, flexible, efficient, super smart, has more features than any other launcher I can find, and it poops rainbows. Yea, I know that sounds like I'm bragging (I guess I kinda am) but it's true. You'll see. Take a look below at some of the features. And it's free! http://www.nukelauncher.com - Download link is on the home page and in the support section. Please read the documentation first. Here is a quick note to the people that were beta testing NukeLauncher. You need to replace your ini with the one from the download. so back up your old one if you want and then download and overwrite the old files with the new ones and then edit the ini and make sure the XMLFile = line is the same as your old one, now run NukeLauncher and let it discover your tables. It's much better at that now. It will tell you if it succeeded or if it had a problem. I hope everyone really enjoys it, I have been busting my ass on it for months and my wife misses me. Please donate if you can. And thanks for the feedback testers. Jeff / Time299
  31. 1 point
    Thanks for the input, I'll be sure to give the SNES version a go!
  32. 1 point
    Happy Birthday @andyco! One of our frequent flying PinballXers that keeps it real with his frequent contributions! Have a virtual beer! Cheers!
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    I would expect it to be slow as the rendering is not hardware accelareted. Not much can be done about it right now. At some point Ill look at moving to DXVA or similar. To be clear, its not the decoding its the rendering. There is a memory copy involved. It would be improved as CPU/RAM speed improves.
  35. 1 point
    I really think I found the solution to the PBX stutter. It was related to my Bitdefender Security suite, but NOT the AV. Turned out to be the "Advanced threat defense" function of the security suite. Apparently this function saw PBX as a threat and was somehow impacting its performance and causing the stutter. When I disabled the "Advanced threat defense". Stutter was REALLY gone as far as I can tell. Re-activate it, stutter freaking city man. Thankfully, there was a feature in the ADT do add the PBX and VP executables to a white list, and that is allowing the ATD to remain active to do its normal of preventing hi-jacks and other bad stuff. Back when I was troubleshooting this weeks ago, I deactivated the AV, but not the ATD. Wish I had...obviously. So I have a very high confidence that the issue is now resolved. I will report back in a week to hopefully, declare it completely resolved. Thanks again to everyone who chimed in to help. -B
  36. 1 point
    Good lord, these are lovely. Exaclty what I have been looking for, cheers. Is there a link to the Onedrive folder so I can just download them all in one go, rather than click through the links one at a time? Thanks -Edit: Never mind, did the clicks. Thanks for the backglasses. Look smashing.
  37. 1 point
    like this these are png images for backglass.
  38. 1 point
    Greetings! I bought my first Vpin Cabinet from Brad at VPCabs over the summer. I subscribed to GameX annual service and it's been great! I've been loving the experience and have spent more hours on it than any game console in years. As I had Brad build a custom HORROR themed cabinet for me, I'd like to make some custom lists so that I can easily get to specific types of tables that I'd group together....in this case "Horror/Scary" themed tables. Marvel or SuperHero tables would be another useful way to group games including tables from FX2/3. Anyways: I know I can create a group and lists for each of the systems that have horror tables and then use that as a means to what I'm after. My question is, can you guys add a simple feature to game manager that would do the following: For any game (regardless of the system) you'd see a drop down or pop-out that shows the list of available custom game lists. Each has a checkbox. By checking the box, your newly added game (or existing game) xml data is copied to the associated custom lists so that you can EASILY and QUICKLY manage games and lists at the same time? As an alternative, maybe allow the custom list manager to update or sync with the system game list so that adds and deletes are available to bring into the group manager feature. Thanks for any info....this would be a HUGE help to those of us with a ton of tables. Thanks guys, Dave VPCabs loaded Wizard pics below
  39. 1 point
    Awesome!!! I love that case. I got the Firecuda drive, as well, back in February when I built my MAME machine. There was a killer deal on it. My boot is a Crucial SSD. GameEx Arcade runs seamlessly on it. When I got it, I figured the hybrid feature would begin to remember files such as my EmuMovies stuff and load it faster. The IT guy at work, though, said that hybrid feature only really begins to show itself when the drive is used as a boot drive. So I'm not sure if I'm getting any advantage from it as a storage drive. Oh well, it was a killer deal anyway. Again, great build! I'm envious.
  40. 1 point
    No worries. Yes, it works but your CRT is wasted without GroovyMAME.
  41. 1 point
    hi all just uploaded 3 universal flyby videos to FTP in PinballX-/Other Uploads/Andyco enjoy people.plus the Docklet Style wheels.
  42. 1 point
    Feature Request: Being able to sort Tables by Year of Release (1950, 1951, etc.).
  43. 1 point
    If I didn't already have one, is be all over this. Underrated and under supported, but wasn't it a great console?
  44. 1 point
    Yah, its best to stick with 30 fps for all systems, unless you know for sure you will only have "one" 60 fps playfield video, with the BG, DMD,etc as pictures. So if you guys see Toppers at more than 30fps, you should convert them to 30 as they won't always run smooth and will hamper your Pinball x experience.
  45. 1 point
    Hello Table 4k ok with 30fps.... the result is ok Thanks very much
  46. 1 point
    Try going to Steam\config loginusers.vdf open the file using text editor. look for your profile and change "wantsofflinemode" to 1 and "skipofflinemodewarning" to 1 make the file read only in the properties of the file so future updates won't override it.
  47. 1 point
    OK...so with Stranger Things Season 2 about to start... I thought something could use an addressable leds update! I asked ScottyWic if it would be ok for me to add custom addressable leds triggers to the table and DOF MX code to the table script and he said go for it! So I did! Note, I didn't replace or change the normal DOF (I did fix a couple DOF trigger errors). I added completely different trigger commands and "E" numbers used only for DOF MX leds. This allowed me to do whatever I wanted without interfering with what was already there. It also allows anyone who doesn't like what I did to simply erase the "MX commands" for their custom config for the table in DOF Config Tool...and simply "Generate Basic MX Config" to go back to the Basic MX Flashers emulation....but who would want that? The new table version 2.2 (with my DOF MX updates) was submitted to ScottyWic, so he'll be uploading it soon. I also submitted the "all new" DOF MX commands to DOF Config Tool (which REQUIRES 2.2) which is waiting approval. What would a TerryRed update be without a video.... here is a demo of my DOF MX mod of Stranger Things 2.2:
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    Version 1.0.0

    56 downloads

    A total of 311 Megadocklets. About 100 new megadocklets for Visual Pinball. All images have been renamed as "Name (Manufacturer Year)" Some failures of previous deliveries have been corrected. ---------------------- Un total de 311 Megadocklets. Cerca de 100 nuevos megadocklets para Visual Pinball. Se han renombrado todas las imágenes como "Nombre (Fabricante Año)" Se han corregido algunos fallos de las entregas anteriores.
  49. 1 point
    @GimmeClassics Welcome back into the fray old buddy! You might not need to do all the effort in changing the image hosts. @Adultery sent me a PM a few days ago saying he was already in the process of moving them all over to his server, so we won't run into that 3rd party hosting limitation. Hopefully you didn't do too much damage! As for the boards, like I told Adultery, I was planning on updating all the board formats to the new version with higher resolution banners eventually. I was kinda going about it one game at a time, as players posted up new scores. I've been really busy with work and trying to get my life in order. Going at it in bulk doing a bunch of games all at once just seemed like too big a task, but one here or there as needed was more manageable. If you want, feel free to take up that task! As for linking to the score post, it's still the same way for the most part. You right click the icon in the post for "sharing" and select copy link. Then in then DBM you click the button [SET URL], it pops up a window asking for the URL, paste it there, then the [GENERATE] button becomes available. It then creates the correctly formatted Google Tiny URL. Hit [OK] and it takes you back to the entry screen. You were probably trying to paste the link straight into the SET URL field, which is the wrong way. As for updating the boards, it's still the same way. You have to edit the OP, then erase all the board data (I've been trying to use Horizontal Rules (HR) to make it easier) between the name of the person who last updated, to the top. Then you go into the SOURCE and paste the code the DBM generates. Switch out of SOURCE and it should be good. I try to cut everything above the first HR code, drop a line (pressing ENTER) and paste the new code above the HR code. If you're updating a board that has a GOTM winner, you'll want to paste between the HR after the winner line, and before the HR after the board data. I can show you if you need help.
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    Version 1.0.0

    108 downloads

    Other 100 Mega Docklets for Future Pinball.