@Pitch64 - I take your point, but as a front end developer myself, you just can't dictate to your users that they can't use any romsets with accented characters in. There a lot of problems with this. Firstly, you may have a set of 2000 where only 3 have an accented filename. You can't ask a user to go through all 2000 and weed out the accented ones. Also, users may lose games without their knowing. I'm also aware that recalbox is french, therefore it would surprise me if they would try to force the anglicisation of all game names (what about french games with a french title?).
The solution is often in things such as database encoding setup etc and shouldn't be too hard a fix. Essentially, I'm easy, but good design would dictate an accommodation of accented game names.
@Darth-Arafa This is the Recalbox system forum, we only support Recalbox. One of the rules of the forum is that it is not allowed to share links with copyrighted material, do not do this or you will be banned. If you want support for what you downloaded, ask the website where you downloaded it from.
It was just about setting mame 2003 instead of mame 2003 plus...
It seems there are a lot of things that got fixed in galaga after mame2003/0.78, that's why mame2003-plus uses a more recent version of the driver, which needs a more recent version of the romset (probably mame2010/0.139). From what i'm seeing in the mame changelog, i wouldn't recommend using mame2003/0.78 to play galaga.
I've discovered on my own (same issue btw) that Retroarch launches just fine. There's no delay in the launch, it just takes a bit to display on whatever TV we're using. To test that, you can press [Hotkey + B] 2 or so seconds after clicking the game in EmulationStation. When the screen does display, it will display the Retroarch menu. This proves that Retroarch runs at a normal time, and that input is accepted. It's either an issue with EmuSta or your monitor