Cluster releases Hakchi2 v.2.20, adding support for SNES Classic.

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  1. Hihomaster

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    i tried to install super puyo puyo tsu and it doesn't work but the wiki says it works why???
     
  2. Sonic Angel Knight

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    Should we feel bad that everything Nintendo makes is always being hacked and how soon they do it? I mean other stuff probably holds up longer than nintendo. :ninja:
     
  3. Amjak

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    EDIT: i also figured it out! it is a --retroarch with a space at the end of the command line

    Can you tell us how you did it ? i have the same Problem, i want to start some german language games (pal-version) with retroarch and a --retroarch in the command line dont work
    all other consol games like nes and genesis work well but SNES-Pal games dont (Snes9x and retroarch modul is installed)
    sorry for my bad english
    Gr33tZ Amjak
     
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  4. jesterscourt

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  5. Advokaten

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    How many games are we able to fit on the SNES Classic now? I haven't gotten around to try it out yet.
     
  6. the_randomizer

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    No idea how games could be patched on Canoe.
     
  7. Jayro

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    Is there an easy method to sort my games by system using folders? (NES, SNES, GBC, etc)

    The folders system in Hakchi2 is a disaster.
     
  8. wiiNinja

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    How do you think it should be improved?
     
  9. Actnash

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    Is there talk of having a dual boot option, where you can load up the nesce or the snesce firmware and play nes and snes games on one box? I feel like I've seen this somewhere. I have a nes classic edition and would love to be able to plug up snes classic controllers and be able to switch between the two systems (without using retroarch) using the official emulators for both systems. If I can do this, it will take away the stress of trying to buy a constantly sold out snes mini anytime soon. Does anyone know anything about this?
     
  10. jesterscourt

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    Assuming SNES games only, you could easily put on 125-150 in addition to the 21 already loaded. You probably want to keep a bit of extra space for saves.
     
  11. captaineos

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    Error C7 occours
    when enabling scan lines
    /bin/clover-canoe-shvc-wr -rom /usr/share/games/CLV-U-FQRLG/Aladdin_(U)_[!].sfrom.7z --volume 100 -rollback-snapshot-period 600 --enable-crt-scanlines

    Any idea how to enable scanlines in pixel perfect like we always could do on NES mini?
    Cheers!

    I don't want the 4:3 bilinear stretch the CRT filter imposes
     
  12. Jayro

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    Nevermind, I found the folder manager.
     
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  13. chartube12

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    Other sites confirmed it is the exact same hardware as the nes classic. They were able to modify their review units with the old (then current) hakchi about 2 weeks ago. So what was changed in this release?, I assume mostly nothing!
     
  14. sks316
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    The hardware may be the same, but the software, despite looking very similar, was quite different. The old version was made to work with the NES Classic's software, and it was not very compatible with the SNES Classic.
     
  15. MushGuy

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    Maybe make a code comparison between the Japanese version and the International version.
     
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    Perhaps, there should be a solution some way though.
     
  17. spiritwalker

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    First post here... And sorry for my english.
    While testing Donkey Kong Country 2 via canoe I've noticed some audio issues as skipping and abrupt fade-ins and outs.
    I decided to check this game using retroarch and I found much better quality of audio emulation, but the game seems to run noticable slower than on canoe while retroarch FPS counter shows perfect 60FPS.
    So, can somebody check this game out on both emulators and tell which emulation speed is true to original game?
    I've got (a probably false) feeling that canoe uses some kind of speedhack that keep game play faster than it should be. Hence audio skipping, fadeouts, etc.
     
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  18. captaineos

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    Is it possible some games are positioned incorrectly resulting in cropping on the bottom?
    Adams Family is too high (extra black border on the bottom
    Nigel Mansells world championship is cropped at the bottom ( extra black border on the top )
    Goof Troop results in error C8

    Have expiremented with command line for scanlines but all result in C7 error as above.

    Fantastic work though - the sheer fact I can reset to the home with select and down is phenomenal
     
  19. spiritwalker

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    It only can be done in SNESmini by editing " /usr/bin/clover-canoe-shvc" via FTP connection. But since this file in read-only directory, you also need to implement a couple of linux tricks. Some mistakes in doing that and you'll get a softbrick. If that's not scaring you - I can try to write a how-to manual.
     
  20. squizzy2k

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    Question guy's

    With the SNES Mini we have Starfox 2, but it comes with a christmas symbol with Starfox2 font,
    How can I add the original boxed cover to the Mini?

    I thought I might just hide original game, tho there doesn't seem to be a rom around to replace it with.

    Anyone done this b4?