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Help from others modding Pacman 1up

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opt2not:
Listen to Lew,  he knows his stuff about A1up arcades.  He bought a whole palette of them and barely broke even. The guy has his finger on the pulse of the A1up trend.  :timebomb:

TeutonicDarkness:

--- Quote from: leapinlew on April 04, 2019, 06:40:51 pm ---You will need to provide more info....

Specifically, what are you modding it with? A 60-n-1 board will rotate automatically, but if you are using a pi or pc, you may need to make some mods.

Lastly, ignore some of these jokers with their worthless posts. They are on a mission to make arcae1up users unwelcome.

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I really am hoping for a more universal solution so I could use what I want. Bios update or a hardware solution.
I get that Arcade 1ups are not the same as the real deal so I see where they are going.
They just need to realize not everyone can go the Authentic route...
Sure when or if I ever get moved where I have the space; I will build my own with coin doors and all  ;)

So no I will not be adding a coin door to this! ( a lit 25 cents credit button anther story )
Do you guys really think I am going to wait forever...
so I can have an authentic build to relive the classics?
I think not!

TeutonicDarkness:

--- Quote from: jennifer on April 04, 2019, 04:06:01 pm ---I would say...Cut a hole on the front for a coindoor, obtain a cash box, Fill it with Tapioca, or chocolate pudding, and sit back and wait for the mice to come to chew the wiring, and pee in it.

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This has exactly what to add too help with turning a image around for a vertical monitor?
 :dunno

yotsuya:
I would assume that the monitor is mounted vertically in the cabinet. So replacing the board on the monitor isnít going to magically change the physical orientation. You need to have something thatís going to output the video in a vertical manner, or youíre going to have to physically rotate the screen.

TeutonicDarkness:

--- Quote from: yotsuya on April 04, 2019, 08:19:22 pm ---I would assume that the monitor is mounted vertically in the cabinet. So replacing the board on the monitor isnít going to magically change the physical orientation. You need to have something thatís going to output the video in a vertical manner, or youíre going to have to physically rotate the screen.

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Yes is a pacman 1up they are mounted vertically.
I did not expect changing the board to automatically change the orientation however a bios setting would have helped!
physically rotating it is not a option without rebuilding the entire design.
If I had to do that I might as well build my own cab!  ;)

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