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 51 
 on: 23 May 2020, 09:18 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by Roman
The only important information is the scan results tree window. Forget about stats. Look at the listed items in the tree output.

It's pretty normal with your settings that the 2nd run shows more missing etc. With your changed selection, you've included way more sets.

 52 
 on: 22 May 2020, 19:58 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by yescabernetnointernet
Done some tests. Roman, please have a look at them.


>> 1st run (New Scan)
  • %D=preliminary
  • logical NOT = checked
  • Incl. * = all unchecked
  • click Apply
1st run results:
Code: [Select]
Missing
·Sets                 2253/13048
·ROMs                 13689/160677
·CHDs                 40/268
·Samples              137/2176
·Bytes                4gb/78gb

Fixed Wrong Case
·Sets                 0/0
·ROMs                 0/0
·CHDs                 0/0
·Samples              0/0

Fixed Unneeded
·Sets                 0/0
·ROMs                 0/0
·CHDs                 0/0
·Samples              0/0

Fixed Wrong Name
·Sets                 0/0
·ROMs                 0/0
·CHDs                 0/0

Fixed Wrong Size
·ROMs                 0/0

Fixed Wrong Date Time
·ROMs                 0/0

Wrong Hashes
·Wrong CRC32 ROMs     0
·Wrong SHA1 ROMs      0
·Wrong MD5 ROMs       0
·Wrong SHA1 CHDs      0
·Wrong MD5 CHDs       0

Corrupt Containers    0

---------------------------------------

Active Sets           13048/35263
·Parents              2136/5038
·Clones               6473/22688
·Others               4366/7464
·BIOS                 73/73

Active ROMs           160677/295264
·Parents              32749/52204
·Clones               98014/174545
·Others               26676/62082
·bad dumps            940/2111
·no dumps             1793/3817
·verified dumps       0/0
·BIOS                 505/505

Active CHDs           268/1070
·Parents              50/151
·Clones               91/249
·Others               74/369
·bad dumps            50/144
·no dumps             2/156
·verified dumps       0/0
·BIOS                 1/1

Active Samples        2176/18454
·Parents              385/392
·Clones               1570/17826

Active Bytes          78gb/257gb



In this 2nd run I was expecting fewer sets, but it's the exact opposite!!  :o
>> 2nd run (Scan)
  • %D=preliminary
  • logical NOT = checked
  • Incl. * = all checked
  • click Apply
2nd run results:
Code: [Select]
Missing
·Sets                 2675/13470
·ROMs                 17148/166701
·CHDs                 47/284
·Samples              235/2274
·Bytes                5gb/80gb

Fixed Wrong Case
·Sets                 0/0
·ROMs                 0/0
·CHDs                 0/0
·Samples              0/0

Fixed Unneeded
·Sets                 0/0
·ROMs                 0/0
·CHDs                 0/0
·Samples              0/0

Fixed Wrong Name
·Sets                 0/0
·ROMs                 0/0
·CHDs                 0/0

Fixed Wrong Size
·ROMs                 0/0

Fixed Wrong Date Time
·ROMs                 0/0

Wrong Hashes
·Wrong CRC32 ROMs     0
·Wrong SHA1 ROMs      0
·Wrong MD5 ROMs       0
·Wrong SHA1 CHDs      0
·Wrong MD5 CHDs       0

Corrupt Containers    0

---------------------------------------

Active Sets           13470/35263
·Parents              2174/5038
·Clones               6857/22688
·Others               4366/7464
·BIOS                 73/73

Active ROMs           166701/295264
·Parents              33132/52204
·Clones               103233/174545
·Others               26676/62082
·bad dumps            1139/2111
·no dumps             2016/3817
·verified dumps       0/0
·BIOS                 505/505

Active CHDs           284/1070
·Parents              51/151
·Clones               100/249
·Others               74/369
·bad dumps            54/144
·no dumps             4/156
·verified dumps       0/0
·BIOS                 1/1

Active Samples        2274/18454
·Parents              385/392
·Clones               1668/17826

Active Bytes          80gb/257gb


 53 
 on: 22 May 2020, 11:28 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by Roman
you're welcome...and that's what this forum is made for.....asking questions

 54 
 on: 22 May 2020, 11:15 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by yescabernetnointernet
"incl. clones, incl. parent, etc" checkboxes simply affect your selection by automatically enabling the parent, all clones etc. So if you e.g. select a clone and have "incl. parent" enabled, it also enables the parent.
Glad to learn that.  :)

"logical not" inverts the selection but on each single subselection (you can have multiple selections in select sets like A;B it becomes not(A) and not(B))
Good: now it's clear for me that "Logical NOT" applies to all the options. As you said: "on each single subselection" now I understood.


if "initial invert" is ticked your selection gets inverted each time the profile is loaded (so you don't need to use the invert button each time)
That was the trickiest concept: "your selection gets inverted" and "you don't need to use the invert button each time". Now it's crystal clear!!!  ;) 8)

Thank you Roman, you're so kind and patient!!!  ;)

 55 
 on: 22 May 2020, 09:57 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by Roman
Actually in setinformation you get information about sets (erm...yeah). It shows you the single files within sets and you can check/uncheck sets. So you can include or exclude sets. This can be done by
- click the checkbox before the set
- use the select sets box
- use the "from file" box
- use the avail sets, select all, select none, invert buttons

"incl. clones, incl. parent, etc" checkboxes simply affect your selection by automatically enabling the parent, all clones etc. So if you e.g. select a clone and have "incl. parent" enabled, it also enables the parent.
"logical not" inverts the selection but on each single subselection (you can have multiple selections in select sets like A;B it becomes not(A) and not(B))
if "initial invert" is ticked your selection gets inverted each time the profile is loaded (so you don't need to use the invert button each time)

So...it's not all about excluding or including, it's both.

 56 
 on: 22 May 2020, 09:19 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by yescabernetnointernet
Ahem... But... "Incl." does't means include? It's somewhat misleading for me  :P ;D ;D ;D So, if I check "Incl." I'm telling cmamep to exclude sets? Do I understand correctly?  :)

 57 
 on: 22 May 2020, 08:26 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by Roman
because nobody should disable sets ;-) There is really no need.

 58 
 on: 21 May 2020, 22:50 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by yescabernetnointernet

What about "Incl." checkboxes? Why aren't them checked by default? ... :o

 59 
 on: 21 May 2020, 16:12 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by Roman
well, yes, as long as you only have one selection, a logical not is the same as the invert. Regarding MECHANICAL deselection, well if each mechanical set is marked as driver status="preliminary" in MAME's output then yes....otherwise no....I didn't check....take a look at MAME's -listxml output

 60 
 on: 21 May 2020, 11:24 
Started by yescabernetnointernet - Last post by yescabernetnointernet
Scanner->Scan Results Tree Window -> Set Information -> Select Sets: %D=preliminary, hit apply, hit invert, check 'initial invert'.
I've get same results without "Invert", but using "Logical NOT". Can you confirm?
Also: deselecting "%D=preliminary" it disables also all [MECHANICAL]. Can you confirm?

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