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    command line options

    is it possible to include command line options in the next release of ultrahle 2064? that would be great!

    greetz



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    just a question:why command line is good?

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    Because you don't need to boot into a GUI. Believe it or not GUI's can take up their fair share of resources on a computer, and some people just plainly don't like GUIs.
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    ok

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    malcolm, I coudn't said that better

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    Also, for those not worried about GUI resources being used up, command line options would allow for the possibility of 3rd party frontends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcolm
    Because you don't need to boot into a GUI. Believe it or not GUI's can take up their fair share of resources on a computer, and some people just plainly don't like GUIs.
    ok, since it took me 15 mins to load this page, im gonna make this reply worth it

    Command lines dont necessarily get around the gui depending on how the emulator was coded, they usually just allow for you to control the emu from other programs such as frontends for example.


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    commandlines to interface

    command line options would allow for the possibility of 3rd party frontends
    they usually just allow for you to control the emu from other programs such as frontends for example.
    Exactly!
    Here are some screens from my touchscreen home theater PC.
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    talking about a late reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by Box Elder
    Exactly!
    Here are some screens from my touchscreen home theater PC.
    that is tight as hell where did u get that at?

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