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official rev r4934

Make color/brightness mappings of Data East 128x16 DMDs match the real hardware, and fix RAW dumps of GTS3 DMDs [lucky1]

Fixed formula1 displays [volkenborn]

Fix AlvinG solenoids not firing consistently (most notably breaking Mystery Castle) [DJRobX]

 

SAMBuild_r4934.zip

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Thank you once again Carny for making it easy for us to keep up pinmame. And, I just want to give a special shout out to you DjRobX for the latest additions. Doesn't mean I've forgotten you other devs that have done this for decades now. You are all very much appreciated.

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On 12/22/2019 at 6:46 PM, CarnyPriest said:

With the new VPMAlias feature, the full clones previously supported in the SAM branch can be assigned an alias that will enable VPM to load the romset using the official set name and still use alternate DOF configs, B2S, altcolor, PupPack, etc. All other differences have been incorporated into the official source, and I no longer maintain a separate code repository.

I just want to mention that the DOF Configtool Client has a corresponding feature to declare two ROMs as synonym. Using this feature the tool automatically copies all DOF settings from the original ROM to the alias/synonym. (If you use tweaks they should by applied to both or individual.)

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On 3/7/2020 at 2:56 PM, mk47 said:

I just want to mention that the DOF Configtool Client has a corresponding feature to declare two ROMs as synonym. Using this feature the tool automatically copies all DOF settings from the original ROM to the alias/synonym. (If you use tweaks they should by applied to both or individual.)

I just released version 0.6.0. There's no need to declare to ROMs as synonyms anymore. VPMAlias.txt gets parsed automatically. Here's a quick demo:

 

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Hi everyone,

I was trying to use the new High roller table release and it said I need to use 3.3 r4895 or later.  I have tried downloading a few and they only have pinmame64 in the zip files.  is 3.3 only 64 bit or is there still a 32 bit?

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Then you didn't install it from this thread. The thread over at vpforums is the one without color ( for now ).

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On 12/23/2019 at 4:46 AM, CarnyPriest said:

With the new VPMAlias feature, the full clones previously supported in the SAM branch can be assigned an alias that will enable VPM to load the romset using the official set name and still use alternate DOF configs, B2S, altcolor, PupPack, etc. All other differences have been incorporated into the official source, and I no longer maintain a separate code repository.

Commits to the official source can be found here:

https://sourceforge.net/p/pinmame/code/commit_browser

Just to avoid further confusion, I'll just keep calling it SAMBuild but note that it is identical to the official build except that I toggle on support for Stern color rom patches in the compile.

PinMAME64.exe is the 64bit version of the executable which I provide for romset audits. There has been a change in the source that prevents me from completing the 32bit compile.

Built with VS 2015

 

Official rev r4890

The package includes VPMAlias.txt from the source code with entries for the four clones from SAMBuild. 

The layout is simply alias name followed by comma followed by romset name for the set that you want to clone.

All other support files and documentation can be found in toxie's release at the VPForums link above.

SAMBuild_r4890.zip 3.53 MB · 116 downloads

Thank you for all your awesome work Iam trying to run color Stern Roms, how can I enable them?

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2 hours ago, Thalamus said:

Then you didn't install it from this thread. The thread over at vpforums is the one without color ( for now ).

Thank you for your responce, when i run the test after installing this file i dont see the Stern color Roms, the Alt color works without issue, what am I missing?

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Copy the files into your VPM directory, and run setup.exe. Then, press the install button. Use this one. It is stable.

 

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22 hours ago, CarnyPriest said:

Copy the files into your VPM directory, and run setup.exe. Then, press the install button. Use this one. It is stable.

 

Thank you for your help, the issue was 1, i was trying 64 instead of 32 bit and the colour Roms dont show in 64 bit and 2 my visual pinball directory was corrupted, all working now!!

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Cirqus Voltaire (D.52 Prototype)?

 

Happen to have the Prototype sound roms?

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If D.52 prototype had different sound roms, then I would expect so - yes. Kind of the point of collecting roms that isn't latest.

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Nope. The set does not include the prototype sound roms. I guess they haven't been dumped yet. Someday maybe? Sort of more important to have the sound roms than to have the game code (different ringmaster voice), but it is what it is. Those prototypes are extremely rare machines.

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/cirqus-voltaire-prototype-story-and-design-changes

 

 

 

 

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official rev r4946

Added cv_d52 main CPU ROM - missing sound roms [volkenborn]

Improve DMD timings for the Sega 192x64 one, matching the real one more closely [toxie]

Added strxt100 [volkenborn]

 

 

SAMBuild_r4946.zip

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