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  1. Genesis (Premier 1986) (dB2S)

    The original backglass did not had controlled general illumination or lamps, it was very static. On top of the backglass was a serie of strong lamps, connected with the Robot flasher of the playfield.
    The virtual backglass is not fully authentic, it has animated "Genesis" letters, active both in attract and play mode. The backglass get's illuminated with ball in play modus. The flashers, connected with the robot flashers, are quite strong.
    The backglass supports both 2 and 3 screen cabinets.
    Hint: if you are looking for an authentic backglass, use B2SServer 1.1 or newer, open Settings and disable the animation.
    If you have stutter issues on a slower PC, use Server 1.1 or newer, open Settings and slow down the animation by factor 2 or 4, then it should run fine.

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  2. Back to the Future (Data East 1990) [dB2S]

    Backglass Design information:
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    Authentic version.
    A huge thanks to Rosve, or better a double thanks, his B2S concept has brought me to backglass design - and I used his Back To The Future B2S backglass to find all lamp positions and how to connect them to the ROM.
    Another big thanks to Chriz for his high resolution backglass collection, which was used as picture.
    The backglass supports both 2 and 3 screen cabinets.
    Installation:
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    - The backglass requires
    - .NET Framework 4 installed on your computer. If it is not installed, it can be downloaded from www.microsoft.com:
    Download link: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=0a391abd-25c1-4fc0-919f-b21f31ab88b7&displaylang=en
    - 'B2S.Server' version 1.0 or higher, installed and configured
    Download link: http://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=7426
    - The B2S screen settings file "ScreenRes.txt".
    Download link for a configuration tool 'B2S ScreenRes Editor': http://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=6268
    - Unzip and copy the 'directB2S' file into your Visual Pinball table folder.
    Name it like the VP table or like the Hyperpin description tag of the table
    - Change one line in the table script:
    Search for the following code line
    Set Controller = CreateObject("VPinMAME.Controller")
    and replace it with
    Set Controller = CreateObject("B2S.Server")
    If you have a 3 screen cabinet it is important to have the DMD size and position correctly set in the screenres.txt file, to have the Grill removed from the backglass and the DMD displayed on the 3rd screen.
    If you have a real DMD, open the table script and set .hidden=1 to deactivate the DMD, as the emulation of alphanumeric characters looks unreal. In some cases .hidden=1 might not work, then try .showPinDMD=0. To have the DMD displayed on the main backglass screen, even your ScreenRes.txt file has a different setting, click on the backglass, press "S" and disable "Hide DMD".
    Backglass name:
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    The backglass file name is based on a correct Hyperpin installation and configuration. The B2S. backglass server will find the correct backglass using the Hyperpin XML file.
    If you don't use Hyperpin or don't know how to handle it or there is a problem for the server to find the backglass file, rename the backglass file matching the table name.
    By example, if your table is named "MyPinball 1.0 FS.vpt", rename the backglass to "MyPinball 1.0 FS.directB2S".

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  3. Miss World (Geiger 1985) (dB2S)

    Backglass Design informations:
    The Table was a mod/clone of the KISS Table, created from Geiger Automatenbau, Germany. They replaced the painting of used KISS Tables, keeping gameplay, rules and so ROM unchanged and resold them as new machines. I did not found a video of the backglass, but assume that they changed as less as possible to keep costs low. I've expected that they moved the KISS letter lamps, which was mounted in a kind of box, to the left to fit the MISS letters, keeping the Aux board to drive the lamps unchanged.
    The backglass supports the "chase lights", which was first introduced with the KISS pinball. The letters MISS shows an animation during Attract mode, while showing the missing target letters during play mode.
    The Miss World backglass is a clone of the KISS backglass, using the Designer's feature to clone a backglass by just using another image, keeping all lamps/logic unchanged.
    The backglass is using 7 digits, so you need to use ROM "Kissb" and not "Kiss". You might need to modify the table script.
    A big thanks to Flying Dutchman for the backglass image
    New in Version 1.01: Added Fantasy Mode (needs B2S.Server 1.1)
    Additional Animation in "World" and highlighted World globe.

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  4. Solar Ride (Gottlieb) (1979) (Westworld) (dB2S) (FS)

    This is a mod of Lord Hiryu original table, now using B2SServer to display a backglass using Reels, looking like an EM table.
    A big thanks to Lord Hiryu for the table and his approval to publish the mod. A big thanks to Grizz for the backglass image
    Table informations:
    The original table was enhanced to support the Nanotech Plunger, using Layback for enhanced 3D impression.
    Background informations about table/backglass design:
    The Backglass is following the design of the original SS backglass, using 6 digit LEDs.
    The pinball machine was available as EM and SS version, the virtual table emulates the SS version, but is not using a ROM.

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  5. KISS (Bally 1979) (dB2S)

    Backglass was designed to be authentic, no additional lightning compared to the real pinball machine.
    The backglass supports the "chase lights", which was first introduced with the KISS pinball. The letters KISS shows an animation during Attract mode, while showing the missing target letters during play mode (
    ).There is a 6 and 7 digit version of the backglass available, you need to select the correct one fitting to your ROM version in use. If your table uses "Kiss" as ROM, you will need the 6 digit version (showing scores up to 999.999), if you use "Kissb" you need the 7 digit version (showing millions).
    The backglass can be used with JPSalas 'Kiss VP91x 2.2FS' table (by default using the 7 digit ROM) or with Ezepov's 'KISS FS 1.0.0' (by default using the 6 digit ROM), should also work with other table versions.
    A big thanks to Flying Dutchman for the backglass image

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  6. Fast Draw (Gottlieb) (1975) (Westworld) (FS) (dB2S)

    This is a mod of JPSalas original table, now using B2SServer to display a backglass using Reels, looking like an EM table.
    A big thanks to JPSalas for the table and his approval to publish the mod.
    Table informations:
    The original table was enhanced to support the Nanotech Plunger, using Layback for enhanced 3D impression and all score values on the playfield was modified, to follow the scores of the original pinball machine (such as 1000 points instead of 10000 points).
    Backglass informations:
    The Backglass is following the design of the original EM backglass, using 5 digit reals.
    In addition to the original backglass, it includes lamps showing 100 000, 200 000...500 000 scores as overflow, per player.
    The backglass also has a not original animation (the pistol shot) and some additional illuminations, such as the girl on the right side. See installation instructions about how to enable/disable this enhancements, allowing to have the original look.
    Background informations about table/backglass design:
    The original pinball machine was an EM machine, not using ROM. The table author (JPSalas) has created the table using a ROM from a SS machine (Amazon Hunt) to control all the play rules and logic, as this was one very similar. To have a more real virtual pinball, I've used reels and to do that many table script modifications was required. The script detects high score display and hides them (as reels never displayed high scores), it detects blinking of player score (used in SS machines to show current player), suppress the blinking but illuminate current player lamps and so on. The table uses two controllers simultaneity, the standard VPinMame Controller for the game and rules and in parallel the B2SServer to display the backglass.
    Special Thanks to Pharaoh, Flying Dutchman and Grizz for the Backglass Image
    Installation:
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    - Copy both table and backglass into your tables folder.
    - Make sure the ROM "amazonh" (from Amazon Hunt) is installed.
    - The backglass requires
    - .NET Framework 4 installed on your computer. If it is not installed, it can be downloaded from www.microsoft.com:
    Download link: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=0a391abd-25c1-4fc0-919f-b21f31ab88b7&displaylang=en
    - 'B2S.Server' version 1.0 or higher, installed and configured
    Download link: http://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=7426
    - The B2S screen settings file "ScreenRes.txt".
    Download link for a configuration tool 'B2S ScreenRes Editor': http://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=6268
    Settings:
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    in the table script, look for:
    ' ****** SETTINGS ****
    PistolShot=false ' true: pistol shot sound for both Eject holes, false to disable
    RunAnimation=true 'true: animation on backglass on, lamp on right side on, false off
    If you prefer more sounds, enable the PistolShot. If you don't like the animation and want the original backglass look, disable RunAnimation.
    If you prefer background music, you can add mp3 files to your Music folder, the author the table, JPSalas, has a nice set on his web site:
    http://www.gethome.no/jpsalas/

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