Negatron v0.99.4 is released. Negatron is yet another front-end for MAME, the well-known multi-system emulator. Negatron has been first engineered to assist users in managing the huge list of machines available in MAME as intuitively as possible, them being arcade machines, consoles or computers. It has been developed in order to be as much hassle-free as possible, checking for any changed or updated resources automatically.
Negatron v0.99.4 Changelog:
Fixed a bug where Negatron would crash the very first time it’s being launched whereas subsequent launches would get through sucessfully (regression introduced with font management).
Improved user experience by properly displaying when favourites are supposed to be in read-only or edit modes.
Added a bunch of MAME options to the Global Configuration panel, along with a new Inputs tab:
Re-organised options to segragate MAME’s input options and put them into their own tab,
Added a bunch of graphical options,
Added tooltips in English for all the options that didn’t have any yet (tooltip content mostly coming from mamedev official documentation).
Added Gradle support to release RPM and DEB packages for Linux instead of a simple zip file that can’t handle dependencies automatically.
Updated Java to 1.0.8_191 and VLC to 3.0.4 on the all-in-one packs for Windows and macOS.