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  1. I haven't seen this discussed recently, which leads me to believe this thread may be your best bet for ideas, tips and suggestions. https://www.gameex.info/forums/topic/14712-pinball-arcade-script/
  2. Gotcha I noticed about a ten second delay before initial browsing over port 21, but after that it's fairly prompt when browsing between directories. Connected over port 22 is noticeably faster, especially on the initial directory prompt.
  3. The Simpsons arcade game was produced by Konami in 1991. It was released in North America on March 4, 1991 and in Japan on August 4, 1991. The game began development in February 1990 and underwent location testing in the Chicago, Illinois area (where the Konami's U.S. subsidiary was located) in December of the same year, a few months before its full release. The Japanese game developer had prior success with the 4-player Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game and attempted to reproduce the same success with a game based on The Simpsons.
  4. I just tested a transfer on a modest connection speed (10/50 IIRC) and it looks decent, considering anyhow. Perhaps it's network topology due to our differences in location in relation to the server.
  5. If you're planning to run a binary and romset from 1997, then I believe you will continue to encounter problems regardless of the frontend, and moving to a newer one like Evolution will only encourage more issues to appear.
  6. I've seen an initial delay on first run, but nothing anywhere near that time frame. Sorry for not being more clear! I was making suggestions based on my personal experience, but this one is something I've not seen either personally or previously reported. I'll have to defer to the devs.
  7. If this is your first time running it then it's not unusual for it to seemingly take a long time to do anything. Have you tried just letting it go for a good bit to see what happens or is it just crashing your PC?
  8. You do have .net framework installed and the LAV codecs?
  9. It may help if you can post your last run output as well. https://www.gameex.info/forums/topic/23438-resolved-video-snaps-and-music-no-longer-work/?do=findComment&comment=191025
  10. I understand you learning from experience, but a lot of what you got going on under the hood gave me inspiration. Doesn't much matter what it looks like, if it works!
  11. Makes sense, wouldn't want to have to recreate all those videos Must have been an optical illusion from the lack of the separation border, but as I was watching it just seemed like a bigger "hole" in the panel.
  12. I'm really looking forward to seeing this all play out! What size monitor did you go with for the DMD/Video display?
  13. Can't say that I've ever tried or seen this tried, but never say never. GameEx supports touchscreen so if you have the emulator and know the command line, why not load it up and give it a go?
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