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Increase the size of notifications
#1
Shocked 
Now everything works perfectly  (all emulators and roms)
I'm searching for perfection and details

The notifications in my CM3 GBA are so small i cannot figure out what's going on down there

Is there a way to customize the notifications 

I modified the kep mapping for the hot key to be the right shoulder

so to save state i guess I have to press (right shoulder + right direction) 

and to load state (right shoulder + left direction) 

I really can't see the notification and when i try to load state another notification appears below which I can't see and nothing loads

Can you pleaes help me in this issue.
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#2
I think you're talking about this...

Choose “RetroPie” from the main menu
Retroarch (A button)
Configure notification display messaging
Settings
Onscreen Display / Onscreen Notifications
Change SIZE to 37.0
Change BACKGROUND to On
Configurations (A button)
Save Current Configuration (A button)
(hit B button repeatedly to back out)
Quit RetroArch
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#3
Thanks Smile
Thanks perfect
I have another issue which if possible you can guide me to an answer for it

I've re-configured the buttons and made the right shoulder the hotkey
I didn't know about the power slider
how can I restore back the original layout

Also please give me all the shortcut after switching the keys to the default

like take screen shot
load state
save state
choose save slot
choose load slot
Change brightness
change screen size
Change screen resolution
put bezels
add scan lines
automatic save state while exit

Smile
thanks in advance
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#4
This is all RetroPie stuff. See https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Set...figuration

If you go through that button config, at the end it will ask about the hotkey button. If you want to use the power button as a hotkey toggle, then, double-tap the power button on the last config item.

At the bottom of that page, it shows the hotkey combinations. Typically, you would hold the hotkey (they use SELECT) and press a button.

If you're using the power button as a hotkey toggle, then tap and release the power button and then press the other button.

So, they say: Select+Start = Exit
Then, to exit using the power button as a hotkey toggle: Tap and Release Power, Then Press Start = Exit
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#5
Thanks  All done
(04-16-2020, 08:05 AM)Flavor Wrote: This is all RetroPie stuff.  See https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Set...figuration

If you go through that button config, at the end it will ask about the hotkey button.  If you want to use the power button as a hotkey toggle, then, double-tap the power button on the last config item.

At the bottom of that page, it shows the hotkey combinations.  Typically, you would hold the hotkey (they use SELECT) and press a button.

If you're using the power button as a hotkey toggle, then tap and release the power button and then press the other button.  

So, they say: Select+Start = Exit
Then, to exit using the power button as a hotkey toggle: Tap and Release Power, Then Press Start = Exit
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