In the “Tools” tab, the button “Recover Wheels Systems” recovers the wheels & carbon wheels for the present systems and for the arcade from the systems contained in the files systemes_screenscraper.txt and arcadesystemname_long.txt. Wheels & Wheels carbon are included in this archive.
Addition of a “System” tag that can be used in the templates which displays the name of the system or for Arcade systems the name of the Arcade system. The media corresponds to the Wheel tag of the systems on screenscraper and is located in the directory : %appdata%\Nexouille Soft\arrm\ressources\logos_wheel%system_name%.png (Wheels and Wheels carbon included in this archive). Read Wiki : http://jujuvincebros.fr/wiki/arrm/doku.php?id=create_template-en#description_of_the_tags
Added <extra1_add_black_borders> and <system_add_black_borders> tags in templates to add black borders on EXTRA1 and SYSTEM elements when they are undersized.
Added <extra1_add_black_borders> and <system_add_black_borders> tags in the affected templates
Removed the “Black Borders” checkbox for EXTRA1 in the “Media Assignment” screen replaced by the <extra1_add_black_borders> tag in the templates.
Addition of a template ArcadeHome modified to display the name of the system (system tag in the template)
Fixed a bug, when cleaning the name, the “aga” string was removed from the name. Thank you TVslan
Fixed crash bug when gametime was empty. Thank you nordicpower
Addition of 2 templates by Soaresden (xbox and ps3)
Addition of an 'Auto Hide cue/gdi/m3u' button in the 'Action on selected Roms' panel which allows to hide the files referenced in the .cue/.gdi/.m3u files
Addition of an 'Auto Hide cue/gdi/m3u' checkbox in the' Scrape Options' tab which allows, when loading a system, to hide the files referenced in the .cue files / .gdi / .m3u
Addition of 'Launch/Open' in the contextual menu of the Database: Allows you to launch a Rom if the extension is associated with an emulator, otherwise open the file with the program associated with the extension. Suggest by nordicpower
Addition of a 'Retroarch Overload' checkbox in the Gamelist tab, which allows, when saving the gamelist, to add the cores and emulators (present in the database) in a retroarch overload file for RECALBOX named 'rom'.recalbox file. conf which is in the Rom folder. If the overloads (global.emulator, global.core) already exist they are replaced. For this to work, Recalbox must be selected as the frontend. Read Wiki : http://jujuvincebros.fr/wiki/arrm/doku.php?id=emulator_core_en#recalbox_specificity
Bartops, Arcades, Handhelds and more. Show us your recalbox
Humble request, can we get Playstation 2 support in the Pc version of Recalbox, please? I know other gaming O.S's like Batocera have it but, Recalbox is my favorite. I don't want to bother with anything else. And modern PS2 emulation is so good that even today's entry level comps can run PCXS2 mostly fine. So Pc Recalbox should have it too.
Thank you @zing for your prompt and clear feedback.
Good news, now I have all bios with green tick!
Final Fantasy 7 still does not start, but even worse neither does Legend of Mana (which was running fine before update of Recalbox).
Well, this is another issue, so let's consider this topic as resolved and closed.