speaking of Artwork
if Pico is to be done properly then it should really be represented with a picture of the unit and track pad to the side of the screen.
right now it gives the impression you actually point at the screen / it uses a touch screen, which is wrong because
a) you don't / it isn'thttp://www.rolentapress.com/rolenta/collection/sega/pico.jpghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIE1mUY77nw
(note, at no point is the SCREEN pointed to)
b) half of what you can press doesn't get mapped anywhere because the actual trackable area covers a far bigger area than the bit of the trackpad that ends up relating to the screen (you can press things in the actual booklet area)
can the artwork system actually provide a trackable position thing like this? it's a bit different to clickable artwork and obviously different to the built in MAME crosshair thing it's currently set to use (because that can't track outside the screen, and really we don't want *screen* tracking at all)
also, I still think it should be marked as not working.