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  2. TheCanadianBacon

    When Posting Bugs

    Please fill out this form it will help us triage your issue if we know what operating system you use and what version of the emulator you're using: Expected behavior Actual behavior Steps to reproduce the behavior Crash bugs If this is a crash bug, and you have the time and inclination, please provide a symblic backtrace. Instructions for doing so are here. ROM details Which games are affected by the issue (please state if GBA or GB game): Which games, if any, are NOT affected by the issue (please state if GBA or GB game): Option details Video driver (simple, opengl): Sound driver (directsound, xaudio, openal, SDL): Build details Operating System (Windows, Mac, Linux (state distribution), etc.): If using Linux, specify if using xorg or Wayland: Version of code (pre-built binary version, or commit ref, or just "master"): Hardware details: If your joystick or gamepad isn't working in Linux, please try to troubleshoot using the information on this page: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Gamepad BEFORE filing an issue. We use SDL for joystick support, any problems will generally be an issue with SDL and NOT the emulator. If relevant, the joystick you are using and the drivers you are using for it:
  3. TheCanadianBacon

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  4. Mr. Mendelli

    Running games with arguments

    I am new to VBA-M, I have recently upgraded from a much older version to the newest version. In the old version I was able to make shortcuts for games that would run them automatically. I can't seem to do this with VBA-M. I have searched other forums and online resources, and I can't find any documentation on this subject for VBA-M. Is this possible in the newest version, and if so, how? The shortcuts I had worked like this: `%VBAPATH%\VBA.exe "%GAMEPATH%"` Are there new arguments set for doing this?
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