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I overhauled the UI, inside and out. The structure of the program should be more understandable for everyone, and the menu is now more modular for someone like me. I added some more polish, fixed a few more bugs, fleshed out the clock options, and more! Though, most of the changes I made are invisible to most folks, besides the UI overhaul.
Oh, and I made a video showing the setup process!
RetroMap is a lot better now! You no longer need to keep all your ROMs and emulators in a predetermined folder structure! Plus, I've made a few optimizations, massively increased the maximum number of ROMs per system, and just in general made RetroMap more flexible. Here is the full changelog:
- Added the ability to display a background, clock, and added a slide between
menu entries. All of these are customizable.
- Increased maximum number of roms per console from 255 to 65535.
- Implemented an in-program file explorer. Rom Folders, Emulator Executables,
and Background Folders are selected using this method, or by manually
editing the configuration text files in the My Documents folder.
A very, very barebones release of RetroMap. I created this after about 4 days of work, so this front-end definitely needs more work. As of right now, RetroMap creates a folder on the C:/ Drive with the folders Config, Emulators, and Roms inside it. Move the emulators' folders to the Emulators folder, and make sure that the .exe file is inside their folder.
Roms need to be transferred within folders to the Roms folder by system.
(Example: "Roms/NES/Super Mario Bros.nes")
As I said, this emulator is very early, but there shouldn't be too many bugs with it. (In theory) Hopefully you guys like it!
Quick Update: Graphics Menu now works perfectly!
Second Update: Now the program should work properly! Facepalm
Third Update: Backgrounds and Font Scaling are in!