1. YukidaruPunch

    YukidaruPunch GBAtemp Regular
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    There are a few different UIs in Retroarch, and you can select them in Drivers > Menu and customise them in - I believe - User Interface > Appearance. I strongly disliked the original rgui until I realised I could remove the checkerboard pattern and make it purple.

    I agree Retroarch's UI is incredibly non-intuitive. It just feels like it was built with power users or people acquainted with programming in mind. To anyone not interested in that, it's a nightmare. To this day I sometimes get bugs I don't understand and have to redo my configuration. Best thing I can say is you get used to it; as the tool is rather fantastic and has changed the face of emulation so quickly in so little time.
     
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  2. KingDedede678

    KingDedede678 Newbie
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    Retroarch is one of my favourite multi emulators
     
  3. Jayro

    Jayro MediCat USB and Malwarebytes Bootable Developer
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    Very cool. More options is always welcomed. ^_^
     
  4. Reecey

    Reecey Mario 64 (favorite game of all time)
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    Sorry bud I wasn’t ignoring you please don’t think I was I got caught up with a bit of switch related issues. Is it a lot better nowadays? it’s been along time since I last tried it I should have another go! The only n64 title I could play properly was SM64 but not a bad thing. What setup are you using nowadays?
     
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