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john iv

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Exclude a whole driver?
« on: 24 August 2022, 17:18 »

Hi Roman, you probably saw what happened today w/ kpython2. :) I've never had to look for it but does clrmame have a way to 'exclude' a driver's machines?  Could we say run everything as normal (scanner / rebuilder) but ignore all kpython2 games?  Cheers -
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Re: Exclude a whole driver?
« Reply #1 on: 24 August 2022, 17:46 »

hi John,

no...I didn't hear yet....(makes me a bit nervous though...)

You can exclude on source file name.....for example:
Scanner->SetInformation->SelectSets->%s=konami/kpython.cpp -> Apply
This would enable the kpython.cpp ones.... Then hit invert (so you get all enabled except the kpython ones) and check "initial invert" (so this simulates the invert click on each startup)


update: Hmm...I see some driver updates...with some ;-) new machines....and a software list....time to get some more hd space I guess
« Last Edit: 24 August 2022, 17:49 by Roman »
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Re: Exclude a whole driver?
« Reply #2 on: 24 August 2022, 17:48 »

Cool, thanks.  It's basically a driver dropping in Konami rhythm games DVD CHDs.  350GB. ;)
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Re: Exclude a whole driver?
« Reply #3 on: 24 August 2022, 17:49 »

yeah..just saw the cpp files ;-)
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