1. x0x0

    OP x0x0 GBAtemp Fan
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    It is not known why, but custom themes destroy the compatibility of homebrew. For example, with custom-themes, you will not start homebrew such as DukeNukem3D or Quake 3. Of course, there are more such applications. In addition, the latest RetroArch Nightly builds have a tendency to crash, where this effect without a custom theme does not occur. So, if you care a lot about Homebrew. Do not use custom themes.
     
  2. NativeCode

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    Thanks for the warning!
     
  3. PanTheFaun

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    Are you sure? Have you talked with others to see if the same thing is happening to them?
    I'll be sure to check it out.
     
  4. x0x0

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    Yes im sure, i got confirmations on discord. But u can check it by yourself.
     
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  5. sj33

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    I've had no issues with Quake 3. Is it random?
     
  6. Unleanone999

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    Well they did say that themes are still not that stable and could cause issues. That's why I stopped using it for a while and went back to sx 1.9 for the meantime.
     
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