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Author Topic: New skin LHUPATECH BOX SYSTEM LHA-1-A in "HEIGHT" mode  (Read 1360 times)

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« on: September 06, 2006, 04:28:13 am »
I finally built a collection of two skins named "LHUPATECH BOX
SYSTEM LHA-1-A and LHA-1-B" in the inspiration of the 70's Rowe-AMI RI-1 Heritage jukebox. There are the most beautiful jukeboxes of the 70's made by Rowe-AMI with their "saving space" and futuristic design! I have built them in "HEIGHT" fixed dimension mode because I have encountered some problems with the title strips proportion and their  grid building in the "AUTO" mode. I have obtained definitively better results in the "HEIGHT" mode and with the "bjrock60" background. On a standard computer monitor 14-20 inch, it seems to be perfect in "AUTO"  mode with all functions and positions but the picture is a few compacted in the center of the screen. On an arcade machine either vertical or horizontal I don't know that's will result because I never had any arcade machine at all neither a vertical monitor!... The best way it is to try it!

I hope that these skins will give you a lot of satisfactory and more passion for vintage amusements despite the possible image inconvenients!