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Hello. I apologize if this is NOT the place to post this. This is a question that I'm not 100% belongs here, but I figured I'd try.

With the addition of lr-mess to RetroPie it added a lot more systems from MAME and gave them the chance to look retro with all the great options the Libretro system offers. A couple of us have been working to get these older computer systems into a "one click game playing" mode where you just select the game from your list and it will auto-load so you can play it without any input. We've had great success with several of the older systems.

But the Ti99_4a core on a Pi3b+ gets beat to death for whatever reason. The other systems of the same era like Tandy Coco1/2/3 and Apple IIe seem to work very well with the same options active.

Is there anything that can be done to see if it’s something in the MAME core that the Ti99 driver uses or it’s just the the way the Pi handles this particular driver? I understand I am asking about an LibRetro converted driver, but it's built from the main MAME set.

I;ve tried everything from frameskipping, to video resolution to even turning all the “bling” off… no help at all.

Thanks in advance, if I missed any information you need, let me know.

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