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How to make that program with auto play ?

about A7 but not a program like that. I want to do it look like shortcut.
( I think when you want to play games.You can click shortcut to start it.)
 

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emmm... could you be more specific? you want a program... that when you will run it it will automaticly start to play some music/videos/ect?? or something else?
 

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I think he wants to make playstation games auto playable and if so I suggets if you use epsxe get a program called delta. They have a wonderful site which can be easily found through this forum and it will detect psx games in your pc and play them with all the individual settings you want for each game. YAY.
 

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you can always create a shortcut with the following target:
"p:\ath\to\psxeven\psxeven_executable.exe -runcd"
 

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/me goes and pulls out his old code backups :p

Sorry, the last version of a7 was based on delta's 1.65 code... and shortcut forwarding was only implemented from 1.66 onwards. If I'm honest I haven't really looked at it since xev stopped working on his emu.
 

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Also, if you wan't to be real fancy create a batch file to merge in registry settings:

Code:
regedit /S C:\path\to\settings.reg
C:\path\to\emulator.exe -runcd
 

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thanks for about everything. but I run it in ISO.

What a shortcut with the following target ?????

Another problem. When I play it.A MOVIE ( CG ) run very fast. Do you know ? how to fix it.
 

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the same, but with -runiso followed by the name of the iso :p . Like:
"p:\ath\to\psxeven\psxeven_executable.exe -runiso name_of_iso.bin"
 

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Then go and configure gamma in your cats control center. D3D lets you configure gamma (though i think cats still override that, never bothered to test sadly), opengl does.. not.
 
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