RetroXMB Creator - Aldo keeps updating his RetroXMB shortcut app. Now you can read embedded game manuals on your PC!
It hasn't been too long since the last RetroXMB Creator release, but that doesn't mean Aldo Vargas is just resting on his laurels. While no huge changes were made in this particular update, it's now possible to read DDS format game manuals directly within Windows. For those that don't recall, this app creates RetroArch ROM icons for the XMB if you have RetroArch installed. Snag all the important details below!
DDS files now are associated* to Retro XMB Creator
It allows to view the .DDS files from Windows Explorer and navigate the pages in the manual folder.
*Requires Administrator privileges.
RetroXMB Lite Setup
Based on doobz original RetroXMB with a Twist to the concept (Lite) by STLcardsWS
(No Cores in the package replaced by standard core location, cut file size of packages drmatically compared to the tradional RetroXMB way)
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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