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About Amaryllis

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  • Birthday 05/31/1995

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  1. Amaryllis

    Raine 0.91.8 !

    I am using Intel Graphics too!, I use Intel Graphics 520, and this issue has been officially fixed in the latest drivers. 😃 It seems it has started on version, mine went back to normal starting at version, but there is already a more recent driver so everyone updating now will get it instead(it is just that I was late to see this topic xD). So no problems anymore, everything is back to normal!, anyone getting this issues should just update their graphics drivers.
  2. Even if it failed, it makes me happy that you tried!. Thank you very much! ^^
  3. Oh boy, that's too bad, but even though I am not a programer I think I can feel your pain. ;_; I have been using Windows because I am a normal user, but I heard it is not good for programing since you are not really the "owner" of the system for security reasons, what does not happen in Linux. Well, since I can still run the games, I am now inserting what is know as "ZIP names" used in arcade ROMS at the end of the names so I know what is what, such as "1995年03月31日 得点王(SNK)☆ <SSDK>" for Tokuten Ou (Super Sidekicks), it is not cool when loading the games on the emulator, but at least my collection is still well organized. ^^ But, thank you very much for explaining everything and helping me, mister Tux!, all the best! (^_^)b
  4. Hello!, I am Amaryllis, some random guy currently studying japanese and english. First I would like to thank for this amazing emulator!. Now, back to topic, I have been getting into NGCD and I wanted to do some speedruns with Rainew 0.64.16, but was faced by this problem that prevents me from loading my games properly because of the folder name. I like to organize my games with JP nomenclature, with goes (release)year, month, day, game, developer, and star symbols for Wii/PSN viability, like in this picture: But then, when I try loading these at the emulator, this happens: Looks like unicode issues, but I am already running Raine in japanese locale. If I try loading a game anyway, it runs, but this way I can barely know what game is, for the most part(and that looks horrible, lol). Is there a way to work around this issue, without having to rename my folders to non-unicode text? ^^, sure I could just rename it but then I wouldn't be able to organize it the way I like and that would somewhat ruin the mood and not be good for my OCD... Thanks!
  5. second link neo geo roms is empty please upload again
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