I am pleased to release RGBcommander 0.4 for Windows, Linux and rPI2/3.
The only cross platform arcade led and joystick solution in the world
- yes indeed...
with the addition of Windows as a platform - it is the truth, so I can say that
The program evolved significantly, got a lot better and gained many features.
No need to go hunting for files as everything is included.
RGBcommander should provide a smooth experience for anyone willing to invest the time to read the site and the documentation in its configuration file.
Care was taken to provide extensive and clear instructions so please use them.
RGBcommander's main features :
Works with Ultimarc PacLed64, UltimateIO, ServoStik, UltraStik 360 and GroovyGameGear LED-Wiz
Rom specific colours, animations and joystick switching on all platforms, in all situations
Startup animation flashing on Ultimarc led boards
Is highly compatible due to being frontend agnostic
Customisable and fully RetroPie integrated ( rPI2/3 )
Supports MAME blinking leds ( emulator and rom specific )
I feel reasonably confident about the overall design and quality.
The beta tag has been kept because of the limited configurations it has been tested on.
Time and broader adaptation will tell...
I plan on fixing issues should they appear ( within reason that is - it is a hobby project )
You use this program at your own risk. Pay attention to the License and Warning please.
There are two download links on the site http://users.telenet.be/rgbcommander/
If you are on windows download the Windows installer.
rPI2/3 and 64bit linux users grab the Linux installer.
It took a lot of effort to create RGBcommander but I enjoyed it ( most of the time
)and I hope it'll make your build look stunning.
***Windows download removed***
The win64 download was taken down because, looking objectively at it, I am concerned that it might be too disruptive for the windows retro gaming eco system. It is a small pond after all and I don't intend to ruin it. I am going to continue developing it in parallel with the *nix version for my own for the time being. If you are one of the few people that downloaded the windows version - that's fine - feel free to use it if you like, just don't distribute it please. It may ar may not return - that'll depend on how things evolve. Thank you for your comprehension and cooperation.