Que novedades incluye la versión 0.87
**** Applications ****
Applications! Press Select until you get to the Apps selection. There are four Applications in 0.8.5 - The Amiberry Amiga game emulator, the Doom Shareware App, the OpenBOR (Open Beats of Rage) emulator, and Retroboot.
**** Doom ****
Doom - if you own copies of Doom you can add additional level maps by copying the doom WAD files to the /Apps/doom directory on your USB stick.
**** OpenBor ****
OpenBOR - to add OpenBOR games copy the OpenBOR PAK files to \Apps\openbor\OpenBOR\Paks.
**** Amiberry ****
Amiberry is for advanced users and requires a bios.
KMFDManic has collaborated with screemer on optimization and performance for OpenBOR/Amiberry Applications. KMFD will continue to collaborate in future Releases with Screemer, Axanar, and the rest of the AutoBleem Team, to bring forth new surprise additions!
Cores that run with AutoBleem and RetroBoot and his own Xtreme AB Injector are also provided by KMFD. You are welcome to ping him in our Discord, as well as refer to his Release Page for any troubleshooting. Genderbent and KMFD also collaborate on the harmonious union of RetroArch and the Cores.
Again, feel free to ping any of them, if you need any direct assistance!
Note 1: OpenBOR simply requires you place .paks within the Apps/openbor/OpenBOR/Paks Folder. ONE single Pak will auto load. Multiple will prompt a pull down list. On KMFD's Google Drive Link, you can refresh and check back in Xtras/Games/OpenBOR for some nifty surprises to peruse with said Emulator! More Games will be added, including a special Xmas Bonus Game, specifically fixed up to work on the Mini Classics, courtesy of the debugging, troubleshooting, collaboration of Douglas Baldan and KMFDManic.
Note 2: Amiberry is a very advanced Emulator (BIOS Required!), of which KMFD will be doing a Video Tutorial on, to help you get going on!
**** Select Screen Changes ****
The multiple select button screens have been reduced to three select states.
PS1 Games, 2) Retroarch games, 3) Applications. When the PS1 Game carousel is selected L2 + Select will display a menu of PS1 categories to choose from.
If "Show Internal Games" is enabled in the UI Options then the categories are "All Games", Internal Games, "USB Game Directory, and "Favorites". If Favorites is selected, internal games are included in the favorites list. If "Show Internal Games" is off in the UI Options then the categories are "Game Directory, and "Favorites". If Favorites is selected, internal games are not included in the favorites list. The Favorites selection is at the end of the menu (like they are in the Retroarch playlist).
**** Retroarch History ****
The Retroarch playlist menu now includes the Retroarch History playlist.
The Favorites and History playlist selections are at the end of the playlist menu. When the Retroarch carousel is displayed pressing L2 + Select brings up the playlist selection menu.
Fixes two problems in 0.8.0.
- Fixes a crash when you start Evo UI if the /Games directory is empty.
- Fixes always forcing a rescan if there are games that failed the verify
- step and were removed from the game list display.
In addition Autobleem now splashes a message on screen if a game fails the verify.
The reason or reasons the game failed to verify are also output to /Autobleem/bin/autobleem/gamesThatFailedVerifyCheck.txt.
If you already have 0.8.0 installed (with or without the themes bundle), you only need the Update zip. Just copy the update contents to your USB stick.
USB Games sub-directories
- Games can be organized into a directory hierarchy under /Games. For example, you can organize your sports games under /Games/Sports and you can further organize your sports games into /Games/Sports/Baseball, /Games/Sports/Football, /Games/Sports/Soccer, etc.
- You can select the /Games sub-directory you wish to view by pressing the L2 + Select buttons while viewing the game sub-dir carousel. When you select a game directory you will see all the games in that directory plus all the games in it's sub-directories. Using the example above if you select /Games/Sports/Football you will see only football games. If you select /Games/Sports you will see ALL sports games (any games in /Games/Sports itself plus all the games in the Sports sub-directories combined).
- If you have duplicate games in more than one sub-directory you will only see one of those games in the carousel. Autobleem will display the game that is in the highest level directory. So if you have the same football game in /Games/Sports and in /Games/Sports/Football the game shown in the carousel will be the game in /Games/Sports.
- Four text files are generated during the scan for additional user information. They are found in the directory Autobleem/bin/autobleem
- The list of games in each /Games directory of your USB drive. This list is before invalid games are removed and before duplicate games are removed from the carousel display list.
- The list of remaining games that will be displayed in the carousel after removing duplicate games.
- The list of duplicate games.
- Invalid games that are removed from the carousel lists.
- Press L2 + Select to change the directory you wish to view in the carousel. You can only change the directory when the USB Game Directory carousel display is up. (Similarly, Press L2 + Select to change the Retroarch game system playlist when the Retroarch carousel display is up.)
- The data for a theme is no longer split between /Autobleem/bin/autobleem/theme and /Themes. All theme data for a theme is contained in one directory under /Themes. This will make it easier both for theme creators and for users to add a new theme. You only have one directory to drag and drop the theme to: /Themes. Axanar will release a collection of themes with all the theme data merged into /Themes. Simply drag and drop the themes you want into /Themes.
- Since the files for a theme only need to copied to one directory (/Themes) there is only one options menu item needed to change themes.
Deleting a game
- You can now delete a game from within the game manager menu. If the game is the last copy of the game on the USB Autobleem will ask you if you also wish to delete the !SaveStates for that game.
Internal game favorites
- Internal games can now be set as a favorite and will show up in the Favorites carousel. The internal favorite data is contained in /System/Databases/internal.db if you wish to save or copy your internal favorites to another USB.
- Retroarch favorites are now listed as a RA playlist at the bottom of the RA playlist menu. You can select the Favorites playlist to see only your RA favorite games in the game carousel. RA games are set as a favorite in Retroarch not in the Autobleem UI.
- Autobleem 0.8.0 has Retroboot 0.10.1 for Autobleem pre-installed.
- Finished MemoryCardManager - a tool to copy and delete save games between memory cards
Improved Retroboot integration
- AutoBleem now creates basic playlist for scanned games in RetroArch
- Ability to run PS1 games directly from EvoUI by pressing Square button on game cover (AutoBleem resume points are not supported in RA)
- Ability to start any RetroArch game directly from EvoUI (support for other emulators) Note: Playlists need to be correct for autobleem to see the games for other consoles) - Use L2+Select to select RA platform
- Memory Cards are automatically copied from/to RetroArch on PS1 game start in EvoUI
- All settings for PS1 games (including global widescreen and filter settings) used on PCSX are also applied on RetroArch when starting from EvoUI (warning if settings override for core is set in RA AutoBleem will not be able to change any settings)
- New PCSX build with ability to QuickSave/Load
- Fixed PCSX code to save AutoBleem configuration file (pcsx.cfg) from menu that was incorrectly written by Sony
- Language updates
- Routine to remove "full stop" from publisher names
- CHANGED "OPTIONS MENU" to use CIRCLE AND CROSS to apply or cancel settings change (if you get used to autosave on circle you may need to get used to it for a bit of time)
- New about screen listing all contributors and AutoBleem Team members
- New updated aergb theme (by rubixcube6)
- Many minor bugfixes / code cleanup (thanks to Axanar)
- We do not call it beta as looks that some people just do not like this word .... so let's call it ... "Ultimate" this time ?