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Ultra NES Manager

   1.0-pre4  

KDE Kommander Script

Score 76%
Ultra NES Manager
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  661
Submitted:  Aug 21 2005
Updated:  Sep 29 2005

Description:

Ultra NES Manager (UNM) is an application for managing "Nintendo Entertainment System" ROM files. It is also a frontend for "tuxnes" emulator.
It provides fast acces to your NES files, and helps you to set up "tuxnes" easily.
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WARNING: It requires Kommander and tuxnes.




Changelog:

Ultra NES Manager - CHANGELOG

1.0-pre4 (29.09.2005)
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-whole configuration is saved automatically after quitting the application
-recent played ROMs are now saved, so they appear even after program restart
-added tooltips for "Play!" tab
-added "Quit" button on "Play!" tab
-added confirmation dialog box at 'Esc' keypress, so you won't quit your game accidentally (requires patching tuxnes)
-updated FAQ

1.0-pre3 (09.09.2005)
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-added "mute" option under "Advanced" tab
-fixed small bugs
-minor UI improvements
-added FAQ

1.0-pre2
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-added search capabilities
-enlarge factor == 3 by default

1.0-pre1
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-initial release, everything's changed!




LicenseGPL
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 Why Tuxnes

 
 by msimplay on: Aug 22 2005
 
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Was just wondering why are you using Tuxnes when its woefully out of date in comparison to Fceultra. Although i know that both are discontineud Fce-ultra supports most every nes game there is


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 why tuxnes

 
 by msimplay on: Aug 22 2005
 
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Why Tuxnes and no Fceultra ?
Fceultra has more complete emulation and is more upto date in comparison to tuxnes


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 Re: why tuxnes

 
 by ljubomir on: Aug 22 2005
 
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Becouse never used Fceultra. I'll gladly make support for it in some next version.


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 Re: Re: why tuxnes

 
 by msimplay on: Aug 22 2005
 
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ps sorry about the double post :)


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