> Hello I understand that my question may have pissed off some of you but I feel I
> have a legitimate question.
Don't mistake the responses you've received for people being pissed-off. It's just that your question happens to be one that completely misses the point of the warning screens being there in the first place.
> I understand that I could wiggle the joystick and the
> screen will go away,
So you have a working, ready-to-go solution at your fingertips. Excellent! Except:
> but that is not what I am seeking to do.
Ah, there's the crux of the matter.
> In building my game
> Cabinet, I want the experience to be as authentic as it was in the arcade without
> Wiggling anything.
Two parts to this answer:
1) See Haze's reply for an answer to the authenticity question.
2) Building on 1) above and speaking as someone who also runs MAME in a cabinet, it's really not that big of a deal. By definition MAME cabinets didn't exist in arcades back in the day, so accepting that you're playing old games on a modern platform (and everything that goes along with that, for good, bad, or the minorly-inconvenient) is probably for the best.
> I understand that information, audio is not correct, the video is
> not correct, is important information for somebody and that's fine. But what I'm
> trying to find out is there an option to remove the audio or video caution label.
I think it's safe to say that we all understand what it is that you're aiming for.
> seems that my question violates the rules of this forum and for that I offer no
Violating the rules of the forum? Doubtful. Now read my next reply:
> however differences of opinion should be respected and I should feel free to
> ask a question and effort to gain better knowledge and understanding of Mame.
Congratulations! You did exactly that, and as part of that process gained a better understanding as to why those warnings are there.
Try this: walk into a biker bar (one with real bikers, not dentists and accountants out on their Harleys for the weekend) and ask a few people why they're a bunch of greasy, foul-smelling tattooed longhairs. Now see what happens next.
Summary: don't try to play the victim after you ask a question and receive answers to that question that you hadn't anticipated (or wanted).
Now go take a look at the advice krick gave you in this reply, which pretty much hands you everything you need to know to make what you want do happen.