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 ClrMAME Pro v4.042 
Mardi 14/09/21 à 14:17 par Firebrand
Une nouvelle version de cet excellent gestionnaire de ROMs a été publiée. Voici la liste de changements:
- misc: support parent/clone relationship of devices
- misc: systems auto assign can detect empty software list folders in case they are named accordingly
- misc: software list import's default setting is off
- misc: changed behaviour of context menu "move all incomplete sets" to "move all sets with problems" (similar for delete). This also covers wrong named etc ones, not only missing files.
- misc: contextMenu options Delete/Move/Copy Current/all [not fixed]/all sets with problems use the parent set in full merged mode
- misc: cleaning cache also cleans hashes folder
- misc: batcher's scanner merge mode overwrite does not overwrite the information from a datfile's forcemerging option
- misc: batcher's rebuilder pack overwrite does not overwrite the information from a datfile's forcepacking option
- misc: don't stop multiple downloads on first failure
- misc: wrote a wrapper class to handle all filefind calls which weren't 32k path length ready. This should fix all remaining long path (32k) issues.
- fixed: invalid wrong-case messages on chds with very long filenames
- fixed: wrongly list valid chds as unneeded when a no dump chd of the same name exists and 'mark no dump as unneeded' option is enabled
Télécharger ClrMAME Pro v4.042 (32-bit)
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 GameEx et GameEx Arcade Edition v17.00 
Vendredi 10/09/21 à 14:14 par Firebrand
Ces frontends multi-systèmes ont été mis à jour avec un changement de version majeur. Les améliorations sont les suivantes:
- New media playback features to GameEx for a change. Now features m3u and m3u plus support. Simply drop an m3u file or an internet shortcut into one of your video folders, and voila IPTV support.
- A bit old school now but the GameEx DVD player now includes madVR support.
- madVR support is automatic and now also works on GameEx 64 bit installs.
- Fixes a rather annoying bug where the please wait animation will always stay on for a minimum of 2 seconds. So subsequently this release is a significant performance improvement.
Télécharger GameEx v17.00
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 Messinfo.dat v0.235 (12.12) 
Mercredi 01/09/21 à 15:07 par Firebrand
La publication de ce fichier informatif ferme en général le banc des mises à jour des différents fichiers d'AntoPISA. Voici les nouveautés:
- 12.12 31/08/2021: Aligned files to 0.235 version.
- 12.11 30/08/2021: The "SOFTWARE LIST" field has been updated for all machines.
- 12.10 25/08/2021: Again added the field "DRIVER" and that "DRIVER STATUS" also related to the devices.
- 12.09 20/08/2021: With a new automatic procedure created by motoschifo, now all machines have the "DRIVER STATUS" field always updated.
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 NegaMAME v0.235-1 
Dimanche 29/08/21 à 15:14 par Firebrand
Ce build de MAME prévu pour être utilisé avec le frontend Negatron est lui aussi passé à la v0.235 de MAME.
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.235-1 (Windows)
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 MESS et MESSUI v0.235 (64-bit) 
Vendredi 27/08/21 à 15:43 par Firebrand
Ces builds de MAME dépourvus des machines d'arcade ont été mis à jour vers MAME v0.235. Aucun changement spécifique n'est à signaler.
Télécharger MESS v0.235 (64-bit)
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 Emu Loader v8.9.1 (version complète) 
Samedi 14/08/21 à 14:52 par Firebrand
Ce frontend multi-systèmes a été mis à jour. Les améliorations sont les suivantes:
A few oopsies... I made.
Some minor bug fixes in this build, and I forgot to include the updated logo.png for standard resolution. I tweaked the colors a little bit and added more sprites in there. :D
Tweaks were made to better handle requirements detection for MAME softlist games. In a computer machine, the frontend was trying to load a device set as a cartridge instead of enabling that device in the machine's slot1, and a couple more bugs in other console machines.
I think it might be time to choose a new theme for the splash screen, this apocalyptic theme is getting old, no ? Not that it's not a good one...
New MAME feature: custom parameters. You can create custom parmeters for a softlist game, a software list or MAME machine. Do things like, attach a cassete tape, a special cartridge, a floppy drive or another device. Enable a special feature in a computer machine that you cannot do with MAME settings .ini files.
Added support for another Apple II emulator, microM8 Apple II Emulator. Interesting emulator, this one.
In the Apple IIgs front, emulator GSplus" Apple IIgs Emulator is now supported.
Emu Loader is ready for MAME v0.235 with the new BGFX backend options: Direct3D 12 and Vulkan. I guess you're gonna have to wait a few more weeks to try these renderers...
The full pack still have all 4K content in it, but this time you can grab the update package if you already have v8.9. It will take me more time to sort some things out and update the downloads page with all updated content, including Photoshop's .psd files with all my work. Have fun!

Fixed
- An oopsie, I made. Forgot to enable PNG compression in console/computer system icons ("\console_computer\system_icons\" folder)
- Panels of "Video 3" were not showing up (BGFX, HLSL, GLSL)... oopsie!
- Forgot to include the updated and tweaked splash "logo.png" for standard resolution ("\resources\images\" folder)
- Requirements for a software list game is empty if the required is a machine device that must be attached in a slot
- Several tweaks to software/device requirements detection, use by software list games

Changed
- New and improved "Nintendo Wii U" system icon ("\console_computer\system_icons\")

Removed
- The following JAVA emulators are no longer supported (it requires JAVA installed in Windows)
*Java PSP emulator "jpcsp"
*Java Apple Computer Emulator "JACE" Notes:
.removed because they only run thru .bat files
.the frontend is "slowly but surely" moving away from .bat / .cmd files, it was never meant to be used as emulator filenames in the first place
.MAME games/machines can use custom parameters now, .bat files are no longer needed

Added
- New "Don't Show This Again" checkbox in message box to disable "Run Game Configurmation Dialog"
*this checkbox only appears when running games, nowhere else
*main menu setting "Run Game Configurmation Dialog" is enabled by default now
- Support for "microM8 Apple II Emulator"
*get it at https://paleotronic.com/software/microm8/
*it can load 2-disk games from command line (untested)
*to be used in the "Apple II" computer system
- Support for "GSplus" Apple IIgs Emulator
*get it at https://apple2.gs/plus/
*both Win32 and SDL builds are supported
*it works the same as GSport and KEGS32
- New icon: "resources\main_icons\terminal.ico" used in games popup menu, "Custom Parameters" feature (so far)
- New "Select Machine [machine_name]" item for "Select Set" sub-menu
*for software lists, and only shows up if there is a MAME machine assigned to that software list
- New feature: Custom Parameters (MAME only)
*accessible in games popup menu "Custom Parameters" sub-menu
*there is no on/off switch, this feature is always enabled
*create a custom paramaters string to attach devices and stuff into slots (its main purpose)
*made for software list games, software lists and MAME machines
*media parameter and game name are added automatically at the end of the command line (only when running games)
*if you use the game's media parameter, make sure to add it at the end or it will not work (-cart; -flop2; -cass; etc)
*for rare cases, you may use a "< game>" tag along with the media parameter, it will be replaced by the game name
*you can overwrite the machine name for a specific softlist game by adding the machine name before the custom parameters
*file format is in plain .txt (ANSI only)
*files are located in a new "\arcade\custom_params\mame\" folder, and "\softwarename\" sub-folders for software lists
*file contents should be "custom_params=parameters-text" format (without quotes)
*if you create a custom parameter for the parent set, its clone sets will inherit the custom parameter
*if you create a custom parameter for a software list, so all its games will use it (filenames are the same as .xml files from "mame\hash\" folder)
*if you create a custom parameter for a MAME machine, all software lists assigned to that machine will use it
*take a peek at the "Custom Parameters Samples" panel, you'll find some usage examples in there :)
*files search order:
gamemane.txt
parent_gamemane.txt
softwarelist_name.txt (in case the game is from a software list)
machinename.txt (machine assigned to run the softlist game with)
- Added "DirectX 12" an "Vulkan" options to "BGFX Backend" setting (MAME Settings, "Video 3" tab)
*for the upcoming MAME v0.235 (got them from MAME github)
*DirectX 12 requires Windows 10 / Windows 11
*replaced options texts with detailed ones
Télécharger Emu Loader v8.9.1 (version complète)
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 Messinfo.dat v0.234 (12.08) 
Vendredi 06/08/21 à 15:00 par Firebrand
Ce fichier contenant des informations sur les jeux non arcade a été mis à jour pour MAME v0.234:
- 12.08 05/08/2021: Aligned files to 0.234 version.
Télécharger Messinfo.dat v0.234 (12.08)
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 Emu Loader v8.9 (version complète) 
Vendredi 06/08/21 à 14:57 par Firebrand
Ce frontend multi-systèmes a été mis à jour. A noter qu'à partir de cette version, ce logiciel n'est plus compatible avec Windows XP. Les améliorations sont les suivantes:
I'm back! Lots of stuff happened since February. I've been working hard on Emu Loader for the past 4 months, non-stop. I even stopped playing PC games since March 2021 to focus on this project... what did I miss ?
You'll need to download the full package this time around since all files have been updated (icons and images). Upgrading from previous build can still be done. In future builds, part of the 4K content will be distributed separately to make the full package smaller (not everyone uses a 4K monitor/TV).
First things first. I recommend to delete the entire app_path\resources\ folder if you want to prevent leftover files (this is not required). You can overwrite your current install with this build and execute it without worries. All require updates will be done once at startup.
To actually fix some of the crashes I had to update the format of a few files (non MAME/arcade related stuff). You can make a backup copy of these folders/files before running this build, just in case. The following will be updated:
- games files in \console_computer\games\ folder
- played games files in \console_computer\played_games\ folder
- games extra info files in \console_computer\games_extra_data\ folder
The star of this build is support for 4K screen resolution with the new 4K layouts (minimum 3840x2160 resolution equired).
Be aware that you must disable screen DPI scale for EmuLoader.exe in order for it to work. If your Windows screen DPI scale is already at 100% you don't have to do a thing. Forms, fonts and controls will resize to take advantage of the 4K resolution... and it looks so beautiful! :)
There's even a new 4K splash screen. Some of the sprites were updated with higher resolution versions and others scaled up (no upscale filters were used). The regular logo got some minor updates as well... I really need to re-create the splash screen with a different theme. This apocalyptic theme is getting old!
Light mode is starting to fade away as Emu Loader can turn all elements to the dark side now, even if your Windows 10 is not set to use a dark theme. Who still uses the frontend's light mode anyway !?
All icons and images have been updated, and most of the icons got 68x68 and 128x128 size versions, for the 4K mode. You can enable PNG compression tag in .ico files now, this is finally supported by the frontend thanks to the PrivateExtractIcons() WinAPI. Due to PNG compression, the file size of all .ico files have reduced considerably.
While implementing 4K layouts, I was able to find and fix tons of internal bugs and tweak lots and lots of functions in the source code. I was able to improve stability even further.
Both Supermodel3 and Demul were updated to support latest SVN builds. You'll need to re-create the games list to actually use the new stuff. Not doing so will not prevent you from playing their games.
A special thanks to Fabian Leonel for creating system type icons, they look amazing!
systemtype_arcade.ico; systemtype_computer.ico; systemtype_console.ico; systemtype_handheld.ico)
WARNING: As of this version, Windows XP is no longer supported and Emu Loader will not run on that OS anymore!
So much has changed in this build, mostly internally, but you will notice improvements in general even without the 4K mode. I hope you enjoy this build as much as I did coding it. Make sure to check the change log for a complete list of changes, which is extensive!

Fixed

- Some top bar labels were invisible in message boxes, caused by the new 4K mode (oopsie!)
- Heavy flickering when selecting text with mouse on my TEditEx control (it's a component bug, not a frontend bug)
- "Arcade Systems" selector colors in main menu "View" / "Arcade ROMs Folders" were not properly set in night mode
- Some artwork checkbox settings in "MAME Settings" screen were still enabled even though MAME doesn't support them anymore
- Nasty bug. Every time the message box was called, "Night Mode" checkbox component would trigger the night mode's initialization function, resetting interface colors and components appearances; it's been there ever since night mode was implemented... D'OH!
- Added "Atari 2600" to the "cassette tape" supported systems list (oopsie!)
*this makes possible to run MAME cassette tape games with "Stella" Atari 2600 emulator
*added "Stella CASSETTE="%s" entry in "emulator_parameters[default].ini" file
- Fixes and improvements to my custom components "TComboBoxEx2" and "TColorBoxEx" (Night Mode only):
*finally found a way to draw Win10 dark scroll bars, using "GetComboBoxInfo()" WinAPI to access the component's internal drop-down list handle (HWND)
*fixed a repaint issue not triggering after mouse hover "on/off"
*fixed an issue were the drop-down arrow was not vertically centered
- Unicode game names and titles was not working correctly for Console/Computer/Handheld systems (ported from EmuCon)
*the frontend will decode strings when parsing entries from games ".el" files and set the "IsUnicode" tag directly
(the "IsUnicode" tag in .el files is no longer necessary (files in "\console_computer\games\" folder)
*games were displaying incorrect Unicode titles and filenames in games list
- Console/Computer/Handheld games lists were being tagged as "updated with new games" if "Create a New List" checkbox was ticked, even though no new games were found
- Frontend's button in Windows taskbar button not showing up at startup
*a small code is executed at startup to remove the "double taskbar button" in Windows Vista and newer, caused by Delphi 7 compiler, but it makes the taskbar button dissapear until the main form shows up
*to mitigate this issue, that code is executed right before the main form is shown (this is the point where the taskbar button doubles itself)
- Fixed from bottom color of emulator/game top bars in several screens while in light mode
- Text color in systems list panels were not properly painted when panel is out of focus and when a system is disabled/unchecked
- Not all games were being added in "Scan MAME/HBMAME Game Samples" feature (main menu "Games List")
- Fixed a bug that would crash the frontend when trying to update "played info" .ini files after exiting a game
*if the frontend still crashes after exiting a game, you'll need to clear its played info ("Reset Selected Game Info" menu in games popup menu)
- Changing "Tiles View Cell Size" setting in "View Mode" tool bar button now changes the icon size properly (48x48; 68x68; 128x128)
- Modifying the following settings do not reset "MAMu_ icons" cache if the view mode is not the correct one
&npsp;("Game Icon Size", "Tiles View Cell Size")

Changed
- New "Show Grayscale Icon In Game With Missing ROMs/CHDs" setting (preferences screen, "Games List" panel)
*by default, available games with missing ROMs/CHDs will show colored icons from now on
*these sets have a custom font to help you see the "have with missing ROMs" status
*why should a gray icon be displyed for sets you have, but there might be ONE tiny ROM missing ?
*it looks better this way; I myself confuse them with "missing sets" quite a lot (sets you don't have)
*for arcade systems only, including MAME software lists
*you can go back to the old gray icon by ticking the new checkbox setting in preferences screen
- Color of "disabled" button state updated with darker colors and a black font; the old one was too bright (night mode)
- Massive frontend icons update ("frontend_dir\resources\main_icons\" folder tree)
*added 128x128 resolution icons for the 4K mode (and some 256x256 icons for future use... maybe)
*icons texts color changed to white as default: "image category", "layout category", "tool bar filters", "arcade filters" icons
*overlay icons "image category" and "layout category" icons are no longer required, no need for this trickery anymore as the frontend can change text font color of .ico files on the fly!
(folder "main_icons\overlay\img_dark\" and files are no longer required)
*"background band" behind texts in tool bar icons are no longer needed
*replaced text silver pixels by a 25% opaque pixels in 32x32 and 48x48 tool bar filter icons
*image category 32x24 icons are no more; it hasn't been used in quite a while
*image category 32x32 icon new size; it's used in images tool bar and in 4K mode
*all frontend icons must be 32-bits color depth or hell will break loose (crashes all around and all kinds of weird behavior)
*if the .ico file doesn't have the requested icon resolution, icons are automatically upcaled thanks to the "PrivateExtractIcons() WinAPI
- Proper 10 pixels border for game info/emu info top bar (4K mode)
- Disabled systems are now painted with 25% blend, it makes them easier to spot in systems lists (EasyListView)
- Thumbnail view updates and fixes:
*support for 48x48 system background icons when thumb cell if smaller than 68x68
*minor tweaks and fixes in the thumb generation/loading functions
*painting bug fix in EasyListView if thumbnail cell is too small
*minor tweaks to fix misaligned overlay icons, specially if you use overlays of different sizes
- Moved checkbox "Create a New List" to the center of the lower bar so it's easier to spot ("Create Console/Computer/Handheld Games List")
- Removed "IsUnicode" tag from games list files (console/computer/handheld systems)
*this tag is now validated and set at runtime (tag might be removed in a future build)
*the following files will be updated automatically at startup (done only once)
.games files in "\console_computer\games\" folder
.played games files in "\console_computer\played_games\" folder
.games extra info files in "\console_computer\games_extra_data\" folder
- Modified TntCustomEdit component to fix heavy flickering when selecting text with mouse (TNT Unicode Delphi Components Pack)
*same fix as my TEditEx component was applied here
- Source code files for all 4K mode forms are stored in "source\4K\" folder
*RAM usage will not increase since forms are initialized only when used, then freed from RAM on exit
*files not used by the project, but used for layout designs are stored in "source\4K\designs\" folder
- Library "unitExIcon.pas" has been replaced by Microsoft's "forbidden" WinAPI "PrivateExtractIcons()"
*there's a weird bug in ExIcon unit that causes "out of resources" error under Windows 10... this unit is sooo old; great, but old
(I've been using this unit for many years and never had any problems, until I started using Windows 10!)
*the API PrivateExtractIcons() can extract icons of any resolution from 16x16 to 512x512 with just a couple lines of code, and is so much easier to use than ExIcon library; I hope Microsoft doesn't remove this API from Windows
(why Microsoft never created an "official" WinAPI capable of doing this job, is beyond me!)
*"Load MAMu_ icons" functions are still using TExIcon; it requires a rewrite
- Game Details updates
*fixed a crash when calling this feature for the same game twice in a row (open/close details screen, open it again... BOOM!)
*other minor fixes and tweaks here and there
- A couple more tweaks to "MAME Game Docs" parsing routines, they are 12ms faster
- New "TNT Unicode" component "TntEditEx", based on "TntEdit" but with custom frame drawing, just like my "EditEx" component
*an edit box that can display Unicode texts, used in "Rename Game Image" feature, for console/computer games
*new "TntEditEx.pas" file added to the TNT's "runtime" package (same package as "TntStdCtrls.pas", easier to compile and cleaner code)
*this component was made for the "Night Mode"
*better to create a new component and leave the original "TntEdit" unmodified
- Several edit boxes replaced by TTntEditEx component in the project to accept Unicode texts (Engligh / Non-Engligh mixed)
- Changes, updates and fixes to Delphi components: TAdvOfficeCheckBoxEx / TAdvOfficeRadioButtonEx / TEasyListView
*added support for 23x23 HD CheckBox/RadioButton icons, used by the new 4K mode (it looks sooo pretty...)
*new component property "CustomEnableIconHD" to toggle "HD icons" on/off (NOT available as a frontend setting)
(this only works with external icons, not with Windows themed ones)
*fixed CheckBox/RadioButton vertical alignment code in EasyListView component, so "HD icons" align correctly
*icons are now extracted from .ico files using "PrivateExtractIcons()" WinAPI
*new component properties "CustomIconsImages" and "CustomIconImagesHD" to assign external TImageLists, so the same CheckBox/RadioButton icons set can be shared by hundreds of CheckBox/RadioButton/EasyListView controls in the same TForm using a single TImageList (one for regular 13x13 icons and one for HD 23x23 icons)
(this prevents every control from loading the same set of .ico files; imagine a TForm with 50 CheckBox components in it... loading the same 12 icons!)
*added a small tutorial text in "TAdvOfficeCheckBox" source code, with instructions on how to use custom icons and the new external TImageList properties
*all .ico files from "resources\checkbox_radiobutton\" folder tree updated with the new 23x23 icons
- Tons of source code optimizations and removal of duplicate functions
- Custom CheckBox / RadioButton default profile changed to "Night Mode 1 Black" (as it should have been from day 1)
- Custom CheckBox icons set in "Customize Night Mode" and "Customize SplashScreen" changed from "Night Mode 1" to "Night Mode 1 Black"; it looks better (cannot be customized)
- Custom CheckBox/RadioButton "Night Mode 1" icons profile is gone (folder \resources\checkbox_radiobutton\)
- Updates/changes to "Night Mode Settings"
*setting "Use Windows 10 Dark Scroll Bar in Games List" removed
*removed "Floating Panel" / "Caption Font" setting from "Search Games Panel Colors"
*source code optimizations, some internal fixes and improved stability
- Splash screen optimizations
*Form is now created directly in the project's DPR file before anything else, including the main Form
*it should show up faster
*some functions moved from main unit file to splash screen's unit file
*moved splash settings from "ini_files\lightmode.ini" into a new "ini_files\splash.ini" file (done once at startup if "splash.ini" is not found)
*settings are the same for normal mode, 4K mode and "4K extra" mode, except "Version Info" label position and "Shadow Distance" settings
*you can drag and drop the version info text with mouse instead of using the Left/Top position bars (experimental)
*you can drag the splash screen around with the mouse now
*logo image updated with new sprites and some minor tweaking
*simplified the initialization code
- Updates and fixes to "View Missing ROMs/CHDs" feature (previously known as "Arcade Scan Results")
*some ROM types were not detected correctly, fixed ROM/CHD types validation list and included "vgmplay" software list detection
(games scan/validation rountine was not affected by this when creating a games list)
*fixed flicker on systems tool bar buttons
*added new checkboxes filtering options
."CHDs Only": show/hide sets with CHDs, with or without ROMs (HDD, CD, Flash Card, VHS)
."Device ROMs": show/hide sets that have device ROMs
."Bios ROMs": show/hide sets that have bios ROMs
.NOTE: unchecking "ROMs" filter will hide sets that only have game ROMs (no CHDs, devices, bios)
*renamed options in "MAME set type drop-down" filter to "Arcade Games" and "Software List Games"
- The following tool bar filter settings were moved from "EmuLoader.ini" to "ini_files\games_filters.ini"
*thumbnail view settings; "Machines/Systems Filter"; "Systems Quick Filter"; "MAME/Arcade Games Filter"; "Misc Filters"
*so you don't lose them in a clean install or if "EmuLoader.ini" gets deleted
*filters moved into proper sections so they are not all mixed up into a single section
*this process is done once at startup, if "games_filters.ini" is not found
*improved: tool bar settings are saved into the .ini file right after you change them (safe mode ON)
- Udpdates to "Arcade Controller Layout" images ("Browse Games With..." sub-menu in main menu "Games List")
*files moved to a new "\images\browse_controls\" folder
*file format changed from JPG to PNG, because they just look better
"X-Arcade.png"; "HotRodSE.png"; "SlikStik.png"; "Devastator2.png"
*images updated, some buttons captions were wrong and/or no longer assigned to anything
- Main menu "View" removed to prevent clutter, its items moved to proper sub-menus

Added
- Support for "PNG compression" tag in .ico files, "PrivateExtractIcons() WinAPI supports this
*256x256 / 128x128 / 68x68 icons in .ico files now have the "PNG compression" tag enabled
*.ico file sizes reduced quite a bit; some file sizes are now half of the what they used to be
*no loss of quality since PNG format is lossless
*icons loading speed remains the same (from my tests)
- Added "Network Board" options to "Supermodel 3 Emulator Settings" screen
*you need to create Supermodel3 games list again
*no support in custom game settings yet since this is an emulator WIP feature
- Added "merge" ROM tag detection for Demul; you don't need to have parent ROMs in the clone set anymore, I think (just like MAME)
*it requires latest WIP Demul build 180428, date: April 28, 2018
*you need to create Demul games list again
*this feature was quietly implemented in the frontend a while ago, but now it's official
- New TEasyItem property "ReportFirstColumnIndent"
*for TEasyListView component, it will add a blank space in the first column, when in report view mode
*huge improvement for grouped view mode; no more blank icon trickery to indent clone games
*favorite icons can finally be displayed in grouped view mode
*this property only works in "report view"
- New "Mega Large" (68x68) game icons size for details and grouped view modes
*for the 4K mode and "multi-line captions" in games list, when game font size is 16 or bigger
*internal indexes for "Game Icon Size" have changed, you must change this setting again (View Mode tool bar button)
*this also makes it a lot easier (and faster) to display arcade/console/computer/handheld 68x68 system icons in TImage components, used everywhere
- New "Ultra Large" (128x128) game icons size for tiles view mode
*useful for 4K mode and "multi-line captions" in games list, when game font size is 16 or bigger
*internal indexes for "Tile View Cell Size" have changed, you must change this setting again (View Mode tool bar button)
*this also makes it a lot easier (and faster) to display arcade/console/computer/handheld 128x128 system icons in TImage components, used everywhere
- Implemented 4K layouts in all screens
*setting "Enable 4K Mode" is no more, 4K layouts are now integrated into the project and used by default
*minimum screen resolution required is 3840x2160 (anything lower will disable 4K feature completely)
*if your Windows DPI screen scale is higher than 100%, either disable DPI scale for "EmuLoader.exe" properties in Windows (recommended) or disable 4K mode in the frontend (main menu)... or set DPI scale to 100% in Windows
*image hint panel settings, image category type and image resolution, were adapted to show larger texts and icon (night mode settings and preferences "light mode")
(when in 4K mode, hint always use large font sizes and large icon, even if setting "Large Font Size" in "Image Hint Box", is disabled) *4K screen layouts might look different than standard layouts
*there's a "Disable 4K Mode" setting in main menu if you insist in not using the awesome 4K layouts........ WHY!?
.some screens require you to restart the frontend after disabling 4K mode ("Preferences" screen, "Customize Night Mode")
- 4K splash screen!
*big logo image 1960x1200 with adjustments and tweaks to sprites and background scenario
*new "4K Ultra Size x2" setting; HUGE splash screen with a 2940x1800 logo image (insane mode)
*a few sprites were remade from high resolution sources, and are a lot more detailed :)
*most small sprites were resampled to high resolution without disortion of loss of quality (no image filters were used)
*4K logo file: "resources\images\logo-4K.png"
*4K "insane" logo file: "resources\images\logo-4K_extra.png"
*alternate image files are also supported: "logo2-4K.png" or "logo2-4K_extra.png"
*if you're not going to use the 4K mode, files "logo-4K.png" and "logo-4K_extra.png" can be safely renamed/moved/deleted
- New "Mega Large (68x68) System Icon" for thumbnails view ("System" icon size selector in "Customize Thumbnails")
- New "Available + Missing ROMs/CHDs" games filter option ("Have/Miss Filter" tool bar button)
*so you can view available games and games with missing ROMs/CHDs at the same time
*new file "filter3_05_have_and_missroms.ico" (folder "resources\main_icons\toolbar_filters\")
*file "filter3_05_miss_and_missroms.ico" renamed to "filter3_06_miss_and_missroms.ico" (folder "resources\main_icons\toolbar_filters\")
- Support for "Ryujinx: Nintendo Switch Emulator"
*there is no command line or emulator setting to auto-exit after clicking ESC key (I think)
*emulator must be configured before using it with the frontend
*website: https://ryujinx.org
*github: https://github.com/Ryujinx
- Added a new "VersionHelpers.pas" unit to the project, to detect the Windows version properly
*old code used the deprecated "GetVersionEx()" WinAPI
*minimum supported Windows version is now Windows Vista (frontend will NOT run on WinXP, no matter what you do)
*validation code runs BEFORE the application initialization commands
Télécharger Emu Loader v8.9 (version complète)
Site Officiel de Emu Loader
 
 NegaMAME v0.234-1 
Vendredi 30/07/21 à 15:49 par Firebrand
Ce build de MAME prévu pour être utilisé avec le frontend Negatron a été mis à jour vers MAME v0.234.
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.234-1 (Windows)
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.234-1 (MacOS)
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.234-1 (Linux)
Site Officiel de NegaMAME
 
 MESS et MESSUI v0.234 (64-bit) 
Mercredi 28/07/21 à 15:45 par Firebrand
Ces versions de MAME dépourvues des jeux d'arcade ont également été mises à jour vers MAME v0.234. Voici la liste des nouveautés spécifiques:
Changes
- Fixed crash in maestro.cpp when validating
- Fixed buffer overflow when creating CPU.ini
Télécharger MESS v0.234 (64-bit)
Télécharger MESSUI v0.234 (64-bit)
Site Officiel de MESS
 
 Messinfo.dat v0.233a (12.07) 
Mardi 13/07/21 à 13:52 par Firebrand
Quelques changements ont été apportés à la dernière version de Messinfo.dat. Voici de quoi il s'agit:
- 12.07 12/07/2021: Expanded the number of information taken from the official "whatsnew", only for version 0.233. Thanks to Nigel Barnes for the stimulating conversation on MameWorld.
Télécharger Messinfo.dat v0.233a (12.07)
Site Officiel de Messinfo.dat
 
 Messinfo.dat v0.233 (12.06) 
Samedi 10/07/21 à 14:19 par Firebrand
Ce nouveau fichier informatif conclue la mise à jour des fichiers additionnels de ProgettoSNAPS pour MAME v0.233:
- 12.06 00/07/2021: Aligned files to 0.233 version.
Télécharger Messinfo.dat v0.233 (12.06)
Site Officiel de Messinfo.dat
 
 RomVault v3.3.0 
Lundi 05/07/21 à 14:40 par Firebrand
Ce gestionnaire de ROMs a été mis à jour. Les améliorations sont les suivantes:
Big updates:
- The RV UI can still be used will Scanning/Fixing
- Added in most ZIP de-compression methods (all that I have ever actually see in the wild.)
*0 - The file is stored (no compression)
*1 - The file is Shrunk
*2 - The file is Reduced with compression factor 1
*3 - The file is Reduced with compression factor 2
*4 - The file is Reduced with compression factor 3
*5 - The file is Reduced with compression factor 4
*6 - The file is Imploded
*8 - The file is Deflated
*9 - Enhanced Deflating using Deflate64(tm)
*12 - File is compressed using BZIP2 algorithm
*14 - LZMA
*20,93 - (Supported, with external DLL) Zstandard (zstd) de-compression
*98 - PPMd version I, Rev 1
- I do not belive there is any other C# library anywhere that supports this many ZIP compression methods, I hand coded a number of these more obscure de-compression methods myself from scratch!
- V1,2,3,4 (Compression method <3) CHD's are now supported/scanned internally within RV's own code. (latest ChdMan does not read V1 CHD files.)
- Scanning level 2 is now the default scanning level, you can Scan at level 1 & 3 from right click menu on the tree
- Now using a nice new cleaner looking RomVault Logo.

Other Fixes:
- Can now sort on more columns in the game lists
- Worked on Case Sensitivity issues while fixing files.
- Fixed a t7zip checking bug for bigger that 32bit t7zip files
- Re-worked Checking for Fixes with Zero Length files, so fixing workes faster with zero length files.
- Fixed: If an archive contains all the correct files, and then there is a DAT update that changes only the character case of any of these files, then the archive is still marked as good and the files are not renamed to the proper case.
- Fixed: If a set needs a fix from an archived file with the “incorrect character case” issue above, then a file system error is thrown when that fix is attempted.
- DAT's that named the CHD's with the extention are no longer named file.chd.chd
- Cleaned up the Color Key Help Form
Télécharger RomVault v3.3.0
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 GameEx et GameEx Arcade Edition v16.97 
Lundi 05/07/21 à 14:37 par Firebrand
2 nouvelles versions pour ces frontends multi-systèmes ont été publiées. L'auteur semble avoir pris la bonne habitude de publier la liste des changements (pourvu que ça dure!) que voici:
v16.97:
- When using madVR the GameEx OSD is now rendered using hardware Direct3D.

v16.96:
- Fixes MNG playback and support on 64 bit.
- Supports attract mode videos in subfolders.
- New option to display attract mode videos at correct aspect aspect ratio or stretch. Note: Now not stretched by default.
Télécharger GameEx v16.97
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 GameEx et GameEx Arcade Edition v16.95 
Samedi 03/07/21 à 14:23 par Firebrand
Ces frontends ont été mis à jour. Les améliorations sont les suivantes:
- MadVR integration is working perfecctly again, now with detection for NVIDIA cards and 32 bit app.
- Fixes ISO mounting bug introduced a few versions back.
- Fixes UPNP Media servers not being detected in Videos and Media Library.
Télécharger GameEx v16.95
Télécharger GameEx Arcade Edition v16.95
Site Officiel de GameEx
 
 NegaMAME v0.233-1 
Vendredi 02/07/21 à 14:31 par Firebrand
Ce build de MAME pensé pour êter utilisé avec le frontend Negatron a été mis à jour vers MAME v0.233.
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.233-1 (Windows)
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.233-1 (MacOS)
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.233-1 (Linux)
Site Officiel de NegaMAME
 
 MESS et MESSUI v0.233 (64-bit) 
Jeudi 01/07/21 à 12:32 par Firebrand
Des nouvelles versions de ces builds de MAME dépourvus des jeux d'arcade ont été publiées. MAMEUI partage les mêmes changements:
- A recent change in MAME caused MESSUI and MAMEUI to crash at start. The unsafe code parts in MAME had to be reverted.
Télécharger MESS v0.233 (64-bit)
Télécharger MESSUI v0.233 (64-bit)
Site Officiel de MESS
 
 GameEx et GameEx Arcade Edition v16.94 
Dimanche 27/06/21 à 14:52 par Firebrand
Deux nouvelles versions pour ces frontends ont été publiées consécutivement. Voici la liste des changements:
v16.94:
- New random background videos feature.

v16.93:
- Certainly not the best feature in GameEx although it does provide games out of the box. GameEx Arcade is now working again since Flash was removed from Windows thanks to the Ruffle emulator.
- YouTube is now also working again in GameEx.
Télécharger GameEx v16.94
Télécharger GameEx Arcade Edition v16.94
Site Officiel de GameEx
 
 Messinfo.dat v0.232 (12.05) 
Dimanche 06/06/21 à 14:29 par Firebrand
Le dernier fichier informatif d'AntoPISA pour cette version de MAME a été publié. Voici les changements apportés:
- 12.05 06/06/2021: Aligned files to 0.232 version.
- 12.04 26/05/2021: Completed the "changelog.txt" and "alltimesMESS.txt" files.
- 12.03 25/05/2021: Added all the information from the "whatsnew.txt" file relating to versions from 0.222 to 0.229, absent so far. Also fixed many typos.
- 12.02 19/05/2021: Completed the "sourcechanges.txt" file.
Télécharger Messinfo.dat v0.232 (12.05)
Site Officiel de Messinfo.dat
 
 NegaMAME v0.232-1 
Samedi 29/05/21 à 14:25 par Firebrand
Cette version de MAME prévue pour être utilisée avec le frontend Negatron est elle aussi passée à la v0.232.
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.232-1 (Windows)
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.232-1 (MacOS)
Télécharger NegaMAME v0.232-1 (Linux)
Site Officiel de NegaMAME
 
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