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- sekaziParticipant01/11/2016 at 01:45Post count: 68
That is odd. Mega changed since the last I used it. I fixed the link. I need to find a better place to upload.
Here is the link again also.
https://mega.nz/#!KVwwjLCb!NaPmtZxLa2ZAHFaCkJexbBYoL03gO4LXPrbfjUMj4rssekaziParticipant01/11/2016 at 05:41Post count: 68
Here are download links for nbba Theme v1.2 from MediaFire.
nbba Theme v1.2 – https://www.mediafire.com/?rkpobl93a57vh2v
nbba Alternate Themes v1.2 – https://www.mediafire.com/?y6p6occ6efi8deb
nbba Alternate Logos v1.2 – https://www.mediafire.com/?y6p6occ6efi8deb
nbba Alternate Filters v1.2 – https://www.mediafire.com/?rkpobl93a57vh2v
nbba High Resolution Images v1.2 – https://www.mediafire.com/?dbduf7mr9075airg0nz0ukParticipant01/12/2016 at 23:03Post count: 310
Very nice, well done.
Would be nice to see a theme for the Game and Watch devices and Scummvm.
The Amiga and Spectrum ones are great.
Interesting you put Kodi on there, made me think how I can install it, having that on there means the Retropie is a fully fledged entertainment system.joeramoneParticipant02/04/2016 at 19:45Post count: 3
Thanks alot for your time and hard work spended in this Project.
I know that you have a lot of requests here, but could you put Colecovision in todo list?
I had one when I was a kid and as the system just comming to work in Retropie I think that would be a nice add.
Another working sys to add: PSPsekaziParticipant03/02/2016 at 16:40Post count: 68
I actually have a completed PSP theme already but not released.
Lately I have been trying to find ways to keep the overall look but reduce the memory consumption but have not found a way yet.
I am trying to figure out of SVGs or PNGs are more memory friendly. I know if I go with PNG I can cut down on some of the SVGs since I can use the color option.
I have ordered a Raspberry Pi 3 so my next released will probably be soon after I got it. I will likely start a new thread for it.g0nz0ukParticipant03/08/2016 at 12:48Post count: 310
Thanks for you hard work on this, my best theme by far.
Any news on when the PSP theme will get released?
Do you have plans for a them for scummvm?
THanksneighbourhoodnerdParticipant03/15/2016 at 02:27Post count: 111
This looks glorious. I can’t wait to get home and try it out.
I’m loving the gradient backgrounds, the controller art, and the console images. My Pi is specifically geared towards being a mini gaming museum, so being able to show the kids what all the old consoles actually looked like will make a big difference! :)neighbourhoodnerdParticipant03/15/2016 at 02:28Post count: 111
You should ask the devs if this theme can be included in their theme installer tool :)
Edit: it already is :P ignore merenegade2k82Participant03/24/2016 at 01:49Post count: 1
I don’t know noone else has pointed this out but your link for the nbba Theme v1.2 is the wrong link and its for the filters.I would love to use your theme pack but the link needs fixed so please fix your links.Also great work and hope to see it.thankssekaziParticipant03/24/2016 at 03:02Post count: 68
[quote=121320]I don’t know noone else has pointed this out but your link for the nbba Theme v1.2 is the wrong link and its for the filters.I would love to use your theme pack but the link needs fixed so please fix your links.Also great work and hope to see it.thanks
Nope I do not think that was ever pointed out. Here is the correct link.
I finally managed to get stuff working on my Raspberry Pi 3 so I can work on the theme again once I get everything copied over. I upgraded to 128 GB so I do not keep having to swap files to test.
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