How does Hakchi work with Retroarch? I installed Retro but I don't even see it after it went through the entire process. I am not sure how to add games.
I just disabled the thumbnails so I could add some more games. I have a total of 47 now including the base 21. Seems like the system takes much longer to boot now. Used to take a few seconds and now it takes 10+ seconds. The background music will start playing before the screen shows an image. Is that normal?
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Can anyone help me out on this? Apparently Yoshi's Island and Star Fox 2 aren't working either. Just using the default kernel. Didn't install Retroarch.Really kinda frustrating that I lost all the original roms that were on this thing. No idea why that happened. Now Secret of Mana(the one I installed) isn't working and I don't know what to do.
Ok, I have my snes mini pretty much ow I wanted it to be, with retroarch for the conflictive games. I'm only missing a few now and I won't bother until I finish some first.
Add --retroarch at the end of the command line of whatever game you want to run through it.
Also, is it normal for some games to be louder than others? I tried Shin Megami Tensei, and the volume was so loud my speakers were crackling.
Is there a way to adjust that?
Can we get a collection of all the custom borders people have made so far?
And are they easy enough to apply to the Classic?
Are those game-specific frames or do you have to manually change frames for each game?
Have you tried reflashing with your dumped kernel?
Trying this now. I really hope this works.Flash the original kernel back, then start the process from from scratch again.
I actually meant a thread specifically for the piece of artwork you restored! I mean, people make threads for the silliest reasons (and that's fine), I think all the work you took on that is worthy of being seen by people without the Mini-SNES.
I only added Chrono Trigger to test it. Went ahead and reverted so I could time it. It does take longer. Unmodded, it's about 7 seconds to the menu. With one extra game added, it takes 13. Not an eternity, certainly, but enough that it's noticeable.I haven't noticed it yet. I only have 35 or so games setup though.
You currently have to change for each game, but there's a command argument I have been trying to investigate that is supposed to change frame automatically on game load. Currently can't get it to work.
The launch script overrides the frame selection the same way it overrides the filter selection. Since the script always sets a frame, any frame you select will be overridden by the selection made in the UI.
Thanks Robin. Do you know if we can apply these to games using Retroarch?
Microsoft give away free time-limited trial versions of Windows:I dont have a windows ISO and I only own Macs.
Shame as I really wanted to hack this.
Oh wel, Ill just run retroarch on my MacBook Pro.
Oh but we can fix that right?
It's fixable, but I'm not very familiar with the script syntax and whatnot, so it would take me some time to work out how to do it. A simple way would be to just remove the part of the script that sets the frame, but then you'd get nothing for any game where you haven't manually set one.
--decorative-frame-path) options="$options --use-decorative-frame $2 $(decorative_options $2)"; shift ;;
Okay. I'm confused as hell, and this is really frustrating. When I flash the original kernel, it removes all the original games that were on here, and when I try and add them back using roms I downloaded, not all of them seem to work right. Is there a way to JUST add games and not have the entire set of roms on the system removed?Trying this now. I really hope this works.
Edit: Yay! It's back to the normal original stuff! Now to try and add everything back and start all over from scratch.