A heads-up to emulator developers.
Originally, we were going to prevent the emulator menu from showing up and have our own menu override it, but that would take quite a bit of code to accomplish, and by doing that, it would prevent users to change the emulators' settings. (Which is bad.)
If you want your emulator supported, we need the following to be done to it:
-Accept command line. It needs to use gmenu.
-Release it, or create an alternate version, that has NO built in file selector. What's the point of ES if, when you're done playing the game, you open the emulator's menu to quit and there's a LOAD NEW ROM option right there?
A big thanks to David Knight for helping get some emulators set up to meet these requirements.
And one final thought for now.
I recently found out about the Atari Lynx emulator. At the moment, Lynx doesn't have an entry in the default theme. I can add it very easily, but I'll need a .svg (scalable vector graphics) file of the Atari Lynx logo.