> I've never mentioned stuff like RA or HyperSpin really. > But actually said using mame.ini at least is good, I just don't get why it's no > longer included by default/automatically. > > Of course I also think it's better if ultimately everything can be controlled via the > new default UI/MEWUI. For me something like QMC2 is more time and trouble to get > everything to be like I want to, I really don't see the point of it, if I wanted a > Win UI, I'd chose MAMEUI or another UI build period, I'm confident most users would. > > Command line, I think it's useless to tell again how it's perceived by people with > barely any computer skills. It's obvious none of you save maybe Haze realize how bad > it is. > > But the reactions mostly, demonstrate what I'm saying about how user criticism and > therefore requests are received by devs: almost every point gets dismissed, > ridiculed. > > User experience, degree of useability IMHO should be measured with petty normal users > in mind, humans as Haze says, without assuming too much of what they think/want and > can do. When you produce a software or anything else that'll be used by millions, > whose's skill level matters first ? > > [/rant]
What do you not like about the current command line interface? Is it the way configuration options are passed?