User talk:Orkie


Emulators page are like Emulation_Speculation page, no? Yod4z 22H51 05/06/2007 GMT+1

Yes, the aim is to replace Emulation Speculation as it contains to much speculation (no surprise there :D). The Emulators page as more information about what you need to use emulators in general also. I would like to remove Emulation Speculation as soon as the list in Emulators is complete. Is that OK? Orkie 15:04, 5 June 2007 (PDT)


Emulator compatibility template

I think this template miss something or the user that use it may add some comments. In some emulator we need to indicate the frame skip to see what is the real FPS displayed. If you have a game that display 60fps at 200MHz but with FS 1 is not the same when the game is running with FS0 (real 60fps of the game). Same with or without sound that can made big change on heavy emulator (gngeo, mame, psx). -Yod4z June 12 2007 11:18 (GMT+1).

The idea was that the 'Additional Comments' box would contain such information. Maybe I didn't make that clear? Orkie 08:18, 12 June 2007 (PDT)

joystick image

could you make joystickleft.gif, joystickright.gif, joystickdown.gif, joystickup.gif? -Yod4z June 11 2007 13:04 (GMT+1)

They are already around, just pretty well hidden :) Button joystickl.gif Button joystickr.gif Button joyticku.gif Button joystickd.gif Orkie 08:18, 12 June 2007 (PDT)
Thanks ;) Yod4z

amateur ..

just make a template for finalBurn and i`ll follow that without touching the "code" :) i`m a begginer .. pardon me

FinalBurn Alpha -GP2x

yes ..i see now .. probably we should wait for a much complete build that displays FPS and then add something to the compatibility list my fault ..i was too excited :)

Response :)

Thanks man. I think I messed the FishyNES versions up, and some other stuff. I can't test them yet since I don't actually have my gp2x yet :P, should get here by Tuesday.

Orkie - Could I just check something? I want to use the graphics from the Wiki for the buttons (i.e. joystick, l, r, a, b, etc.) that are used in the controls template. I'm intending to put them into a GP2X game on it's help screen and I want to make sure I've got appropriate license information in there - I assume they are under the same license as the wiki (GNU Free Documentation License 1.2)? Do we know who the original artist is/was? Thanks for any help you can give.

--ledow 00:39, 14 April 2008 (PDT)

To be honest, I'm not entirely certain we are allowed to use them on the wiki - I just stole them from GPH's Korean file archive, and they haven't complained thus far ;). If you look at the bottom of, there is a small 'Contact Us' link with an email address - I know they check that because I have had replies from them before when I have sent them emails. Orkie 02:41, 14 April 2008 (PDT)


Hi! Let's talk about it! --→ Airon Ĉ 01:38, 20 June 2009 (PDT)

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