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SubjectRe: What is the best front end? Reply to this message
Posted byfreshfish
Posted on02/06/06 11:41 AM

> > Hi! I'm looking for a front end. I was wondering if someone could reccomend
> > one that might be helpful in the following ways
> >
> > 1. To have .7z format for compression
> > 2. Allow the most roms/emulators possible
> > 3. Allow for pictures to be shown
> > 4. Clean interface, low memory usage, etc.
> > 5. A search function.
> >
> > Well thanks for anyone's help that decides to reply!
> >
> Though, this frontend has been around for a while, I just tried it tonight and
> had a lot of fun with it:
> http://quickplay.sourceforge.net
> It's called QuickPlay. You can associate specific file extensions to specific
> emulators, which is whatI liked about it. Plus you can use it for arcade and
> console games combined.
> Jason

I agree wholeheartedly! QuickPlay is an excellent frontend, and the author of the program is constantly updating it to make it better. And it does everything you need: 7z support, allows for thousands of roms, ability to display several types of pictures, low memory useage, and a really good search function. Try it out! I guarantee you will not be disappointed. :)

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*What is the best front end?  pal_02/05/06 07:42 PM
.*Re: What is the best front end?  JAW02/05/06 09:44 PM
...Re: What is the best front end?  freshfish02/06/06 11:41 AM