I own both versions.
My "fashion" version was originally v1.0 and I believe it was identifable in the system setup->about screen.
I've since updated it to v1.1 and it's lost this identification.
My "full" version came as v1.1 but I haven't used it for a few months now.
So can't really help you.clrmame.dat
In the mean time I've created two new clrmame.dat files. Bugs have been removed, I've loaded them into ClrMamePro without error.
Both files contain all games which are supported by Mame4All Pandora - the Gemei A330 uses a 95% subset of these.
Each .dat file handles the ROMs used to make up the games a little different - you can choose your preference.
Let me explain.
Arcade games often get multiple released versions - usually for different international regions containing localization features.
The authors of the MAME driver selects one of these versions as the main parent game - the others are clones.
1). Parent Game: the original or most common version of a game. Often the US version of the game. ie. 1943.zip
2). Clone Game: is a variation of the associated parent game. The differences can be very minor or major. The clone game makes use of at least one ROM from it's parent game and often almost all of them. ie. 1943j.zip
Mame4All knows which games are parents or clones. A parent game must have all it's ROMs in one .zip file. A clone game may have it's ROMs in the clone .zip file and/or the parent .zip.
So, both versions of these clrmame.dat files treat parent games exactly the same.
This clrmame.dat treats clone games as parent games - all ROMs required to run the game are contained in the clone ROM set, even if they are duplicated in the parent. This makes clone games fully independent of it's parent but takes up more space.clrmame.dat
The clrmame_split.dat only stores the ROMs for a clone game which are different from the parent game. This means the clone games will be fully dependent on it's parent ROM to play. The advantage is that the clone games take up less space. This is the method I prefer.clrmame_split.dat