The Dragon King
Visual Pinball Wrapper 5.1! 
Monday, July 9, 2007, 10:26 PM - Wrappers
This is mostly a bug-fix release as it fixes some focus issues others complained about. I also added the feature of skipping the rom selection screen on tables that allow you to select the rom.

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Regarding Downloads (Part 2) 
Sunday, July 1, 2007, 01:16 PM - General Site News
The issue appears to be resolved. It was a very localized event only affecting people using winrar. If you had trouble downloading files in the Misc Utilities section, try again, as they should be fixed now. Again, if you find any problems please leave a comment or contact me.
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Visual Pinball Wrapper 5.0! 
Saturday, June 30, 2007, 06:25 PM - Wrappers
This one has been a long time coming. The 5th version of the pinball wrapper adds better dual screen functionality, the ability to add backglass-based artwork files on your secondary screen, and improved general functionality. Per request, the warning screen can now be edited. Go to the wrapper download section or use the link below.

Happy Pin-Mameing!

Regarding Downloads 
Wednesday, June 27, 2007, 05:21 PM - General Site News
Some people are complaining about corrupted downloads on the site. I can assure everyone that the files themselves are fine, but there could be something going on in the transfer process. If you have trouble with a file, please respond to this post with the name of the file and your byoac name so I can get in contact with you if need be. Please be patient, we can get this worked out eventually.
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Launch Day Suprise App! 
Tuesday, June 12, 2007, 02:03 AM - Misc Utilities
When re-organizing the site I was embarassed to discover I had a "lost" app! On the misc utilities page, you'll find it....

Introducing The PC Games Utility!!!

The PCG cleverly creates files to make all of pc games look like roms to your front-end. It automatically does it's best to determine the exe name and path, the manufacturer, the release date, and the Game's full Name. It takes all of this data and stores it in false "rom" files, that my patented pc wrapper (included) can read. Of course, the utility also makes a clrmame dat file, so that front-ends can use all of this data as well.
No more stupid batch files, no manual editing of dozens of lists, no other hacks, finally a simple solution for adding multiple pc games!

The new utility is in the Misc Emu Utilities Section... enjoy!

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