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[#] Wed Apr 19 2023 14:38:12 MST from rss <>

Subject: Atari SYS 1 Arcade cores are working better now. These have to added manually as they are not on the updater yet

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[#] Thu Apr 20 2023 02:41:42 MST from rss <>

Subject: How to quickly change between MiSTer setups (aka jump between .ini files on the fly)

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[#] Thu Apr 20 2023 13:43:57 MST from rss <>

Subject: s-video/composite cart available for preorder for MMS. (you need a Multisystem)

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[#] Thu Apr 20 2023 15:23:46 MST from rss <>

Subject: S-video and composite issues with SNES and PSX cores. Does anyone have an idea why only these two core would have issues?

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[#] Sat Apr 22 2023 04:35:25 MST from rss <>

Subject: Recommend a Saturn 1G1R CHD set (curated or not)?

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I've been looking for a collection of Saturn CHD that doesn't include everything in each region. Ideally something that has popular US games (EU games with English) and ideally some of the cool translations.

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[#] Sat Apr 22 2023 19:32:14 MST from rss <>

Subject: Cores that aren't in update all?

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Hello! I'm quite new to mister, at the moment I'm having a blast discovering old arcade games I've never played before.

But I started wondering, what cores are still not part of update all? From what I understand these are mostly unfinished cores but I'm still curious.

I know about the Saturn, Jaguar and Atari Sys 1. Anymore that I don't know about and are available to test?


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[#] Mon Apr 24 2023 07:58:07 MST from rss <>

Subject: TMNT Arcade core WIP

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[#] Mon Apr 24 2023 19:58:00 MST from rss <>

Subject: Is it possible to move save from Analogue Pocket to Mister?

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I’ve been playing Super Mario RPG on the pocket and would like to continue playing on the Mister if possible. Are saves in a general SNES format or are they in a core specific format and therefore not transferable?

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[#] Mon Apr 24 2023 20:44:00 MST from rss <>

Subject: Input Lag Questions.

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I'm slowly building a mister getting parts daily! I have some questions about input lag with my setup

This is my monitor LG 27GP850-B Ultragear Gaming Monitor 27” QHD (2560 x 1440) Nano IPS Display, 1ms Response Time

And my USB controller is a 8bitdo Sn30 Pro USB Gamepad

How is this setup for input lag? Im sensitive to input lag this is why im switching over from software emulation to the MISTER

Any way to reduce input lag even more? thank you all!

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[#] Tue Apr 25 2023 19:05:45 MST from rss <>

Subject: Re: Antonio villena's decapod issues

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I am having issues with the decapod when I use the NES core suggested by Antonio with the DB9 support on update all with the NES controller on port one of the decapod the core screen menu (The one with load * .NES, fds nsf) will continually scroll up after I tick the option for snac controllers. It will not stop unless I unplug the controller from port one.

I don't know what is going on so tried switching to a different core. I switched to the LLAPI NES core and it doesn't have any issues.

I'm assuming this is a core issue or something going on with the decapod. I don't have any issues with the Sega controllers though, only when I plug in an NES controller no matter which one the issues arises.

I have an 8bitdo NES controller that I just purchased about a week ago and 2 original NES controllers and it still has the same issue as soon a game is started and the snac is ticked on (controllers) it starts scrolling up like I'm pressing the up direction but nothing is being pressed.

I got a new 8bitdo SNES controller 2.4g version to use on the decapod and and the SNES core it looks like the old decapod (yes I have 2 of them one for Antonio's mister and another one for my ironclad when it comes in) It have issues with that controller. It does not work on the old decapod tried playing super Mario world and you can only press the B(Jump) button and if you hold the A button you can move to the right with the d-pad and sometimes down but no other directions.

It does work on the new decapod with mt32 support. They are both connected with the DB9 cable and snac ticked on because that's the only way it works for me and the new decapod works with no issues on the snes core....

Is it safe to assume my old decapod has issue with the SNES ports (I tried both the DB9 fork core and the LLAPI core and it still has issues the second player port doesn't even register any inputs when I swap controllers but for some reason when I play the NES core the second player port works on the old decapod even with the swapped setting ticked...) and the new one seems to be ok with only the NES scrolling issue that I can tell so far.

I posted this on the mister forum but the decapod isn't discussed much there either so I thought I would try here on Reddit.

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[#] Wed Apr 26 2023 11:36:24 MST from rss <>

Subject: Finally had time to finish my USB spinner and would highly recommend this project to anyone.

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[#] Wed Apr 26 2023 17:27:45 MST from rss <>

Subject: Bluetooth delay - official nes switch controller

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I think this is just standard Bluetooth delay I’ve noticed on quite a few occurrences that there’s a bit of a delay in input to what I’ve pressed and seen on screen. I’m guessing some bluetooth controllers are better then others just wondering if there is anyway to mitigate it or if anyone else experiences it.

I want to be wireless and as authentic as possible but I think this is the only controller that can get this experience as close as possible that’s wireless.

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[#] Wed Apr 26 2023 19:41:57 MST from rss <>

Subject: Ironclad

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Can it use dual ram and still output analog And hdmi simultaneously ?

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[#] Thu Apr 27 2023 10:07:37 MST from rss <>

Subject: Some new additions to Ironclad ITX design and next batch open for orders

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[#] Thu Apr 27 2023 20:31:01 MST from rss <>

Subject: Jansen just opened up pre-orders on his Mister ITX Case. I know people in the community are typically on the look out for it, so I thought I'd help get the word out!

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[#] Fri Apr 28 2023 01:29:21 MST from rss <>

Subject: Tamagotchi now available

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[#] Fri Apr 28 2023 08:06:55 MST from rss <>

Subject: Fitting the Mister inside a console shell

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Likely to be a controversial opinion but I would like to purchase a Mister and fit inside the shell of either Sega Saturn or a broken Neo Geo AES - Not much of a fan of the very Homebrew looking cases that aren’t as sleek as the Analogue consoles.

Has anyone managed to pull this off? Is there any shell this works well with?

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[#] Fri Apr 28 2023 15:02:40 MST from rss <>

Subject: Furrtek has released a proper TMNT Arcade beta core

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[#] Sun Apr 30 2023 06:53:37 MST from rss <>

Subject: Mister Add-on board on a DE10 Standard

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I've not seen anyone ask about this anywhere else, so I figured I might be the first one to do so.

So I've been seeing bits and pieces of info on mister being ported to a DE10 Standard to use instead of a DE10 Nano. As a person who likes ridiculous and experimental builds of any hardware, I'm curious: Would it be possible to use mister add-ons on the DE10 Standard board with a bit of messing around and cobbling together of parts?

I'd like to give it a shot and perhaps make something kinda crazy once I put the money together to do so. I also wanted to be able to use a dual ram module for it for the sake of doing so. I'm not really concerned with whether or not it's necessary.

I'm sure there will be some that will just say "just get the Nano and follow directions!" but I want to take a walk on the wild side and see where I could possibly go with it.

If you've tried anything similar, please tell me. I'd love to see what wild ideas folks have attempted with the DE10 Standard or similar boards.

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[#] Sun Apr 30 2023 13:28:45 MST from rss <>

Subject: No Longer Working?

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I used to love to update MiSTer on the PC under Linux. But a fresh download of the python script running on an up to date Linux mint results in the following two errors: No module named 'distutils.util and: Warning! Your OS version seems to be older than September 2021! Please upgrade your OS before running Downloader More info at

So, My OS is not older than 2021, and Going to that site offers no help with this issue. So, is there a better script available to run on my PC to update MiSTer? Help is much appreciated.

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