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    Added zip support. This version requires you to refresh your ROMs list with File->Refresh List if you are coming from an older version.


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    Hi, pretty nice launcher! It looks really good with the images.

    Quote Originally Posted by Presence View Post
    Please report any bugs you find.
    When I change the RSP plugin, the ini file is updated and games run with another plugin, but in the Settings/Configure/Plugins menu, always shows cxd4-sse2.

    Also, you might want to remark in the first post that the good name working is neccessary so that all the images load correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mendus View Post
    Hi, pretty nice launcher! It looks really good with the images.
    Thanks, I'm glad you like it!

    Quote Originally Posted by mendus View Post
    When I change the RSP plugin, the ini file is updated and games run with another plugin, but in the Settings/Configure/Plugins menu, always shows cxd4-sse2.
    Thanks for pointing this out. Just a simple error on my part. I've fixed this along with a few other small things and updated the binary downloads.

    Quote Originally Posted by mendus View Post
    Also, you might want to remark in the first post that the good name working is neccessary so that all the images load correctly.
    This was included in the README, but since no one reads those, I've added it to the first post. If the GoodName field isn't available, this uses the internal name from the ROM header to search for matches which is less than accurate when combined with thegamesdb.net API's search feature. If you've already downloaded the images, you can refresh any it got incorrect with File->Download/Update Info.

    Alternately, just delete the directory it caches the images to:
    Linux: ~/.local/share/mupen64plus-qt/cache
    Windows: cache folder in same directory as executable.
    OSX: ~/Library/Application Support/mupen64plus-qt/cache

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    Quote Originally Posted by Presence View Post
    This was included in the README, but since no one reads those, I've added it to the first post. If the GoodName field isn't available, this uses the internal name from the ROM header to search for matches which is less than accurate when combined with thegamesdb.net API's search feature. If you've already downloaded the images, you can refresh any it got incorrect with File->Download/Update Info.
    My bad not reading it, I stopped when I found the mupen64plus commands.

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    Version 1.6 released. Download is on the Github page. The main feature (other than some small bug fixes) is the "Additional Parameters" field under Configure->Other. This allows you to pass additional parameters to Mupen64Plus. The most obvious use for this is specifying cheats (for example "--cheats 1,2,3"). You can also list out cheats by specifying "--cheats list" and then viewing the log when Mupen64Plus fails to launch.

    Also the Linux builds are now built with libquazip1 since Ubuntu 14.10 ships with it. If you're on 14.04 or another distribution that uses libquazip0, you'll have to compile using the instructions on the Github readme.

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    Thanks for your awesome work! Any chance of getting a frontend for Mednafen? There's a real need for a good GUI there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony971 View Post
    Thanks for your awesome work! Any chance of getting a frontend for Mednafen? There's a real need for a good GUI there.
    I know Mednafen is really in need of a good frontend. Actually considered creating one before I made CEN64-Qt. It was fairly easy to edit the CEN64-Qt codebase to work with Mupen64Plus which is what this launcher is. Reworking the codebase to work with Mednafen would be quite a bit more work due to the multiple consoles it supports.

    More interested in creating a quality frontend for CEN64 currently though so I have no plans for a Mednafen frontend at this point.

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    Hello.

    I enjoyed Mupen64Plus 2.5 for MAC OS X very much. I like it more than Project64 (Of course, I used it with wineskin, lol) to be honest with you. The problem is: I downloaded the latest plugin version called mupen64plus-video-GLideN64.dll and put it in Mupen64plus folder and I run Mupen64Plus-Qt front-end and check the plugins and I still have two options: mupen64plus-video-glide64mk2 and video rice instead. There is no 3rd option that I want: mupen64plus-video-GLideN64.dll.

    Oh, I sent pm to you, Presence, for other question as well. Thanks and keep up the good work!
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    I don't believe GLideN64 supports Mac OSX yet. At least the release archive doesn't contain any binaries for it, so I can't help you getting that plugin to run (Mac OSX dynamic libraries usually have a .dylib extension for reference).

    As for getting plugins to show up in preferences, Mupen64Plus-Qt checks in the "Plugins directory" you have set under Preferences->Paths. By default this is within mupen64plus.app at mupen64plus.app/Contents/MacOS. You can get to this in Finder by right clicking on mupen64plus.app and selecting "Show Package Contents." Either paste the new plugin here or move the current plugins contained there to a new directory of your choosing and set Mupen64Plus-Qt to check for plugins there.

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    Ahh, I see.

    It recongize mupen64plus-video-GLideN64.dll in Video Plugin but Audio Plugin, Input Plugin, and RSP Plugin disappears. I reset it and everything return to normal. When I try it again.. Those three disappears and remain is my new mupen64plus-video-GLideN64.dll but it won't work without those three which disappears anyway.
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