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hi. this game doesnt have music.even I turn on the music,there are no music. just sound effect. anybody know how to include music? I only can download the sepearated music files from internet,then play it on windows media player while I play pinball. this is bit annoying
I have played, bought and downloaded just about every pinball game available to computers since the creation and death of this game and honestly, none can compare when it comes to how realistic and smooth the space cadet operates. By far it truly is the best ever so far. When I ran across your articles on how to make it work on windows 10, I jumped all over it. I was so impressed at how easy it was to install and how great it was that it worked just as smooth as it used to. I felt that it was only fair to write you my praise and congradulate you on your articles findings. The problem with that though, was that I jumped the gun sort of speak on my reply. I was just so happy to have it again on my new computer with windows 10, I wrote you in awe. But after playing with it all night, loving every minute of it, being that it was running just like it does on xp. When I went back to it the next day, it was not running as smoothly, and I was having all the same problems that most have when trying to use it on a 64 bit system. What had changed it? I wondered. What had changed is that windows 10 had now wrote credentials for it in my name along with my system so that it appears to be legal to use on my system. The big problem that I have with that is that the game now performs crappy with all the problems everybody else has experienced when trying it on 64 bit systems. So now I can only have fun with it on my older xp machines that I no longer can use online. It seems that microsoft has beat me again. I hate that fact, and am wondering if anyone else has had this experience with using space cadet on windows 10.
I Had bought some more pinball games during steam wintersale like worms pinball, pinball hd collection, retro pinball but none of these are good for cabinet. I'm not saying the games are bad some are good but they got some quirkcs that make it difficult to use in a cabinet. For example forced high score name input using keyboard and not flipper buttons and no way to cancel it decently or no options for portrait mode or relying heavily on mouse input and no keyboard support to make selections (make's it difficult for an ahk script as it needs changing depending on the resolution used).However i did find one (free to play) game with optional buyable DLC tables that did have everything to make it work in a cabinet and it's Malzbie's Pinball Collection. _Pinball_Collection/
I also tested my joystick problem unfortunatly it's not fixed but you can go around it and it does not affect anything during gameplay (when launched from pinballx) only when setting up things and you might not even encounter the problem.@GAH1068 did you have the same problem in the menu's when launching the game normally on your cabinet ? You especially notice it in the options menu but also on the main menu. Normally all menu buttons (play / options etc) should be the same width / size when the game is first launched and you don't press / touch anything. If they are not something is constantly activating the menu and i can't use my mouse nor my keyboard correctly in that case. You also notice it when going to the options menu it seems settings are changing randomly when moving the mouse thenAlso this is the dmdext command i use with a virtual dmd placed on my backglass screen. My playfield screen is 1600x900 my backglass screen 1024x768 but because playfield screen is rotated dimensions become 900x1600 (it's important todo the calculations). On 900x1600 the dmd position is in my case (without borders) at 323,14 and is 253 pixels wide and 103 pixels in height. I show it on my backglass monitor scaled to a width of 630x175 (yes i know i don't maintain aspect ratio) so 1024 (from backglass monitor) - 630 = 394. so that's the space left the dmd does not use on the backglass monitor then to do the center calculation you do 394 / 2 = 197 and 900 (from rotated playfield screen) + 197 = 1097 to make the dmd appear center in the backglass monitor. The height you can choose just make sure it says within backglass height if you add up y position of dmd + scaled dmd height (in my case i took 584 -> 768 (my backglass monitor height) - 175 (scaled dmd height) = 593 - 9 pixels (to have a space between lower border of backglass screen) = 584.To find out dmd position ingame take a screenshot using steam (f12) key while you play using the same settings as when running from pinballx (so rotated screen etc). then zoom in & using mouse find out position & width and height of dmd in some image editing program (gimp which is free for example) I also increase default virtual dmd dot size (being 0.8) to 1.1 to make it be better visible on my backglass (bigger dots) and i set it to stay on top because my image monitor view tool is also on top (so make sure to run dmdext after running the image monitor view tool if you display both on same monitor)
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