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kxmame

   2.0-svn20070603  

KDE Arcade Game

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Downloads:  9392
Submitted:  Aug 27 2005
Updated:  Jun 7 2007

Description:

A KDE frontend for xmame/xmess emulator. Based on gxmame plus many new features:

- Support xmame, xmess, sdlmame
- Added a "systems" category where roms are classified by systems (neogeo, neogeo64, cps1, cps2,...)
- Vastly improved joystick browser, customizable joystick buttons.
- Customizable game icon size and toolbar.
- Auto-rescale screenshots. Added video previews (need kaffeine installed).
- Improved gamelist search, categorization.
- Support launching game using alternative emulator instead of xmess.
- Fast, responsive

Usage:

Download "catver.ini" (or "catver") from http://catver.com to help kxmame categorize mame roms. (Or from http://www.progettoemma.net/ if you prefer the Italian version).
Use menu Settings->Directories to tell kxmame where to look for ROMS, snapshots, preview videos, xmame executables, catver.ini ....
Use menu Settings->"Configure kxmame" to specify xmame options.




Changelog:

kxmame-2.0-svn20070603 changelog:

This is a snapshot from current kxmame development. New from kxmame-2.0-beta includes sdlmame support from Sven Gothel and xmame/xmess 0.106 bug fix from Brandon Corey. Plus many smaller bug fixes.

kxmame-2.0-beta changelog:

- Support xmess using the same simple kxmame-1.x interface. It's as simple as selecting your game console, double-clicking your rom file to launch a game. Individually zipped roms are supported.

- Overhaul of kxmame navigation using joystick. Without touching keyboard or mouse, you can use your joystick to browse the game list, the filter list, launch a game, switching between xmame/xmess executables, launch alternative emulators. The joystick buttons used for these tasks can be customized in the menu. (The default button settings are for my PS2 pad, so it mightnot work with other joystick).

- Crudely support alternative emulators for xmess. See the file "alternative.dat" included in kxmame source for details (kxmame offers no controls over the video, audio or input settings of alternative emulators). Using this file, you can even trick kxmame into running emulators for systems that are not supported by xmess yet!

- Many other smaller improvements: more meaningful error messages, slightly more efficient memory usage, better context menu, allow disabling video preview in "configure kxmame".


Enjoys ! Don't forget to report bugs or suggetions at sf.net website.




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 AdvanceMame

 
 by mykrob on: Aug 31 2005
 
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Can this be configured to work with other variations of Mame, like AdvanceMame?


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 Other Mame variants?

 
 by mykrob on: Aug 31 2005
 
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Can this work with other mame variants, like advancemame?

Thanks,
-myk


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 Re: Other Mame varia

 
 by ntt2005 on: Sep 1 2005
 
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The simple answer is no. Kxmame is strictly a KDE port of Gxmame. It supports what gxmame supports. You should send this request to gxmame team. They know the inner working of (g)xmame much better than I do. Once, it's implemented in gxmame, it's easy to port it to kxmame.

Toan


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 thanks you

 
 by chipster19 on: Sep 1 2005
 
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hi ntt2005,

kxmame works now on my computer. all is good !!

thanks a lot


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 I always wanted this

 
 by msimplay on: Sep 2 2005
 
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amazing i always wanted a kde version of this thank you very much


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 Can't turn off sound

 
 by Billyboh on: Sep 6 2005
 
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I've got a little problem, I can't turn off sound when Xmame is in execution. I check off the option in "General Settings" of Kxmame but apparently this has no effect on what Xmame does when I launch a game.
I'm using KDE 3.4 on a SuSE 9.3 system and I use Artsd... could it be a bug or is it just something wrong in what I do?
Thanks,

Gianluca


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 Re: Can't turn off s

 
 by ntt2005 on: Sep 6 2005
 
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This is both gxmame and kxmame bug. It's because xmame has changed the way how to disable sound, It'll be fixed in the next release. In the mean time, to disable sound you could use

-dp none

as the additional options in Menu->Settings->kxmame->miscellaneous->'Use Additional Options'

Toan


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 Thanks

 
 by Billyboh on: Sep 6 2005
 
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Thank you very much!

Billyboh


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 congratulations

 
 by ggabriel on: Sep 10 2005
 
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Gxmame was the best mame frontend, but now the best has come to KDE!
And we have to thank you for that! :)


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