Oh haha, I also disappeared! My last update was a month ago! Life is… it is hard!
I actually did initially use the Ozone interface, but that was WAAAY back before Lima was working, and well, basically, you couldn’t tell what was highlighted with the half done drivers.
The good news is, Ozone menu UI capabilities are also installed with this retroarch build, so you CAN in fact change to it. I’ll just need to tweak it a bunch to make it fit the 320x240 screen. As it is now, it barely fits!
I just mentioned rgui above, since the user was mentioning lagging menu problems and freezing. Rgui is about as bare bones as it comes - and looks absolutely horrible!
I fully agree with the move to Ozone.
Well this is annoying. Even changing to
menu_scale_factor = "0.200000" doesn’t appear to make ozone’s scaling change. This is meant to be the official way to change the dpi scaling. Although, this is probably assuming more that people want to scale it to fit their larger 4k displays; not the opposite.
I’m going to investigate more to see what can be done.
The only ozone specific parameters are:
ozone_collapse_sidebar = "false"
ozone_menu_color_theme = "1"
ozone_scroll_content_metadata = "false"
ozone_truncate_playlist_name = "true"
Not much to work with. @adcockm See if you have any better luck.