Raspberry Pi 4
For information, Recalbox IS NOT compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 yet.
Pour information, Recalbox N'EST PAS encore compatible avec le Raspberry Pi 4.
The Recalbox Team.
[WIP] ALEKFULL NFLIX (for Recalbox 18.03.16 +)
@cazeysan ca s'appelle juste être respectueux du travail des autres, et rendre à césar ce qui est à césar. Tu ne t'appropries pas le travail des autres quand une licence t'autorise la réutilisation à condition que tu diffuses sous la même licence et cite l'auteur original ... C'est un chouia la base de l'open source
Don't forget to credit me in your readme because you have used my logos with the white border. It took me a lot of time to make all of these... And why not make your own?
What? You wanna credits for white borders on a preview screen for an unfinished theme?
Ar u serious?
- I don't use readme or other txt
- The theme is not finished (you read the Preview word?)
Btw, i won't share this theme here (nobody here is interested anyway)... and i won't use any of 'your' white border logos on one of the many views im working on 👍
@fagnerpc 17 messages and nobody is interested ? what a childish behaviour...
@fagnerpc Up to you to use the logos or not. Just remember that you have to credit my name in your theme's license file and write what I've done. In this case the system logos, if you want to use them. Thank you.
Btw, i won't share this theme here (nobody here is interested anyway)...
What the heck are you saying ? Most people who answered liked it, i find the retro version quite nice. If you're posting it here just so that people congratulate you, i find it rather unmature ...
If you're posting it here just so that people congratulate you, i find it rather unmature ...
for this point, I don't agree.
It's not so different to post photos of bartop or other Diy. That could give ideas.
@noktambule you don't share your bartop, but you can share a theme :p
@substring anyway, there is a contradiction, because actually he share his theme, there is a link in the YouTube video. ;)
Inspired by the PS4 Interface
Logos by Dwayne Hurst