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I've not been sending them out for a good few years now. If it's something I start up again, I'll make sure to let you know

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Created at 15 hours ago
Error / crash on clicking "image packs"

Describe the bug

Manually added the jtcps1 core and related files to my SD card. Then loaded Pocket Sync, selected "Platforms", then "jtcps1" then clicked on "Image Packs" (I didn't know what it would do) and it crashes with:

Platforms: jtcps1
options.signal must be AbortSignal
pipeThrough@[native code]
gS@tauri://localhost/assets/index-09e71954.js:3200:1104040
tauri://localhost/assets/index-09e71954.js:3200:1107497
asyncFunctionResume@[native code]
tauri://localhost/assets/index-09e71954.js:3201:1161148
asyncFunctionResume@[native code]
[native code]
promiseReactionJobWithoutPromise@[native code]

Retry lets me repeat the process.

If I don't click retry, the sidebar links don't work - it just keeps the error and changes Platforms: jtcps1 to Games: null, etc.

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  • OS: macOS big sur
  • Pocket Sync Version: 2.4.0
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Feedback on PCB design

Describe the bug

Not a bug, more of an "in the field" use report.

One of the boards I had made I sent to a youtuber (RetroBreak) just as a thing to show off, but the first one didn't work. Couldn't work out why, but when he returned it (I sent him a new one) it turned out the pads had ripped up on the connector.

It's carnage!

PXL_20230201_122443956

On inspection I can see how it happened. The cart port was not 100% flat - I think there's about 0.2mm tilt. I'm not sure if that was from cart insertion or from not being entirely flat when the port was soldered down (I suspect the later).

I wondered if vias under the cart port pins would be more secure (under the actual cart port rather than below to reduce stress if it's bent) - at the same time just "be more careful" is a simpler/cheaper approach.

Obviously feel free to close this right away, just reporting it for you.

Created at 4 days ago
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Feedback on PCB design

You know what, I now think it actually got crushed during transit when I posted the cart to the guy.

I was sure it was working before I sent it, and now looking at the cart slot side by side with another (working) Interceptor, I can see it's actually bent a little:

PXL_20230201_175235945

Hmm. Random bad luck on my part.

So completely ignore me - the fact that you're inadvertently stress testing (to me) definitely means there's no design flaw.

I guess the warning now is: do not sit on GB Interceptor - does not work as a chair!

Created at 4 days ago
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Feedback on PCB design

Describe the bug

Not a bug, more of an "in the field" use report.

One of the boards I had made I sent to a youtuber (RetroBreak) just as a thing to show off, but the first one didn't work. Couldn't work out why, but when he returned it (I sent him a new one) it turned out the pads had ripped up on the connector.

It's carnage!

PXL_20230201_122443956

On inspection I can see how it happened. The cart port was not 100% flat - I think there's about 0.2mm tilt. I'm not sure if that was from cart insertion or from not being entirely flat when the port was soldered down (I suspect the later).

I wondered if vias under the cart port pins would be more secure (under the actual cart port rather than below to reduce stress if it's bent) - at the same time just "be more careful" is a simpler/cheaper approach.

Obviously feel free to close this right away, just reporting it for you.

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