I am extremely upset by the hostile undertone of that question. Those screenshots were posted to show off the new mixer feature in an early prototype of the next version. Making assumptions about *any* other aspect of the program or it's final release condition from them is not recommended.
I am extremely upset by the hostile undertone of that reply.
Seriously though, it was not my intent to offend you in any way, so I'm sorry. The question didn't strike me as rude or sarcastic, but then I'm not a native speaker, so some subleties of English might escape my grasp.
And uh, no, I'm not ungrateful or anything. How could I be for something I'm getting for free?
Originally posted by R. Belmont: The next M1 will load it's entire supported games list from an XML file similar to MAME's -listxml format. While the major aim of this is that M1 can be kept up to date with new MAME ROMs without changing the binary, it also means new(ly dumped) games on already-supported hardware can be added by users.
Does this also apply for PinMAME as well? (e.g., being able to add the rest of the games [i.e., Funhouse to Dracula] to the Williams Pinball CVSD driver) And no, I'm not making a request to add these games.
BTW, keep up the good work.
"HERE CUM DA GUARDS" - Multiball start, Swords of Fury (1988)