Reply 1600 of 1944, by rcblanke
Alexis78 wrote on 2020-11-13, 10:23:
I am trying to import my D-Fend Reloaded configs to DBGL so I won´t need to manually configurate one by one all my games but I am not doing it right or I don´t know how to do It properly. I will apreciate some help, maybe a step by step? I am trying but, well, I don´t get It.
- First step is to generate .conf files from your D-Fend Reloaded profiles using D-Fend Reloaded in Windows: simply select File -> Export -> Create conf files;
- After these files have been generated, start DBGL and choose Profiles -> Import D-Fend (Reloaded) Profiles. Select your D-Fend Reloaded directory, and the folder into which you just saved the .conf files;
- Finish the wizard.
psoma wrote on 2020-11-12, 21:02:
Using the latest beta, I'm unable to select "direct3d" as the output type for Dosbox-X. I've added direct3d to the dynamic options list and the settings.conf file, but it won't come up as a menu option of the GUI (as it does for DosBox DAUM). Is there something I'm still not doing or doing wrong? I must admit, I don't quite understand where it gets these values from and how it knows what the DosBox versions support (because DosBox-X definitely supports Direct3D).
Strange, this should work. Make sure you have the following configured:
And make sure you associate your DBGL profile to DOSBox-X. Then you should have the required output options like so:
rfc wrote on 2020-11-09, 09:52:
..I certainly simply never had the need to access the top menu in OSX but in fact I can't open any of the menus 😅
Yeah, I also noticed this on MacOS. Although switching to another applications and then back to DBGL seemed to resolve this problem. Probably some issue with SWT, I'll keep an eye out for any updates that may fix it.
rfc wrote on 2020-11-07, 10:35:
...noticed that the thumbnails, whilst preserved, don't show up correctly:
Fixed in beta4, some kind of funky regression in SWT.
All the latest files. To upgrade, just update dbgl.jar.