> The biggest difference from this approach to other less desirable 'fix this' requests > is that this one actually has examples of exactly what is wrong and where see it. > Most of the others that are dismissed and are simply text saying stuff like "You > should really fix xxxxxx because it doesn't have sound", "I really wish you would > finally fix xxxxxx because it doesn't look like it ever looked in the arcade", or > maybe "Given how powerful computers are nowadays there is no reason that xxxxx games > cannot run at full speed". Those type of requests don't help.. at all.
Ding ding ding ding ding! We have a winner!
MAME devs generally don't mind requests, as long as they're not in the form of verbal abuse and recrimination, and especially if they come with reference screenshots and videos.