Hullo! So I had a look at the action.config files for all of the SNES and Megadrive emulators. I thought, maybe I may have forgotten to specify the modified rom directory, but it appears as though I have! I have also provided a screen shot, showing the games directory structure, indicating which directories are where. I did remove the SFC specific rom folder, since it didn’t make much sense to have SNES roms doubled up in two directories, seeing as Snes emulators would have a common folder; and likewise for Megadrive.
Try and push X, or whatever button is required to refresh your rom directory. That could help! Also, just put the roms directly into their respective directories without any subdirectories.
I just flashed a bunch of fresh images onto an SD card, and tried to change to the default theme. It appears to be okay. I then tried to flash the OP-1 theme. No dice. That’s when I got the stuck loading screen. For now, simply don’t use the OP-1 theme. I will get rid of it in future releases, since this theme contains the DEOT theme as the dark alternative.
A fix for now:
Edit the ~/.gameshell_skin file to contain
/home/cpi/skins/DEOT (you only need to do this if you attempted to load the OP-1 theme) then invoke a
sudo reboot, and everything will load like normal. Then just… don’t use the OP-1 theme.
I don’t think just revising the OP-1 theme is enough to justify a complete re-release of an image, so i will wait for more things to be detected or updated before a new version comes out