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  1. The MT32-Pi chap came up with that - it's a really cool fix. Next case has it resolved though.
  2. It is a lovely lovely case btw. And his new revision fixes a couple of small issues
  3. Unfortunately it looks like misteraddons has had enough of the hoops to go through to be able to do the VAT thing. So unless he starts sell via Amazon or eBay (who I then believe are responsible for doing the VAT stuff) then it’ll have to be a proxy service to get his aluminium case :-(
  4. Heheh, yeah - this isn’t officially part of MiSTer, but it also runs the official update script, and then some :-)
  5. That's taken care of with the update_all script, grabs all the necessary files and roms for the Arcade cores and organises them for you. I haven't downloaded the CPS2 beta yet, but I think the script gets all the necessary files for it already.
  6. @shiffy - you’ve got your own mt32-pi hat now right? If not, you’ve got first refusal on one, I’ve got some to sell now.
  7. @shiffy - I’ve got a few soldered up now, one suitable USB cable so I’ve just had time for a quick blast on the ao486 core to try out some games as a test (easy with Flynn’s top 300 pack) - no time to actually play though :-( but yeah - everyone tries Monkey Island - and it sounded good! Waiting for some suitable cables to arrive and get some more 3D prints done and will flog the other units for cost.
  8. Oh yeah, that’s a good point! I hadn’t spotted that. Have you just put it on a carpeted floor too?
  9. There’s a script to run to enable USB fast poling, which improves USB performance - mentioned here (random video when I googled the name of the script). With the right controllers there isn’t meant to be much in it compared to using SNAC. Cool seeing the multitap working there!
  10. That would be cool to use one linked up like that. Yeah, I’m playing it safe and sticking with the top 300 games pack on the ao486 core - everyone seems to use Monkey Island to demo it once they’ve built the Pi hat. I’ll post an update how I get on building one, I might end up with a spare :-)
  11. That is an awesome post, covered everything there :-) Has anyone that played around with the MT32-pi project alongside the MiSTer? It’s to get nice MIDI sound out of the computer cores (tbh, never looked into midi before I heard about this project!) Just about ready to build one and hopefully get the 3D printed parts shortly soon.
  12. Is it new restrictions? The recent DF Retro video was by a chap living in Germany, I wonder how he got his? Could maybe ask him on Twitter?
  13. Can anyone you trust buy it on your behalf and send it privately to you? Or do those restrictions apply to items coming in to all packages (instead of just ones sent from businesses?) I thought it had gotten bad in the UK recently importing things, but we luckily don’t have this trouble.
  14. Over the moon to get the Final Fight cover, loved that artwork from way back seeing it in a magazine when drooling over the SNES.
  15. Personally for me, I stopped using most of my original hardware once I setup the MiSTer and the cores appeared/matured. I do like to use original controllers though, so built some USB adapters for those - DaemonBite - there’s a GitHub for DIYers and the creator sells readymade ones too. Yet to try SNAC properly, I’ve built a set of those too but then remembered you can’t use it to control the menu. DaemonBites are regarded as among the fastest USB controllers though so I imagine I’ll stick with these and hope the creator does PS1 when that core is done (there’s already
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