FS-UAE Launcher is now available from the download page for all supported platforms, and is included in the main download packages for Windows and Mac OS X.
The functionality of FS-UAE Launcher will be documented better in the future, but for the most part it is easy to use and does not require much explanation!
FS-UAE Launcher Topics
The following pages have more in-depth documentation specific to FS-UAE Launcher:
Screenshots and Covers
FS-UAE Launcher supports displaying a cover, a title screen and a number of screenshots per game / configuration. The name and location of these images are determined from the name of the configuration.
If you have a configuration called Lotus Turbo Challenge 2, the cover will be found in:
Documents/FS-UAE/Covers/L/Lotus Turbo Challenge 2.jpg
or, if not found,
Documents/FS-UAE/Covers/L/Lotus Turbo Challenge 2.png
The title screen:
Documents/FS-UAE/Titles/L/Lotus Turbo Challenge 2.png
And the screenshots display in FS-UAE launcher are found in the directory Documents/FS-UAE/Screenshots:
Documents/FS-UAE/Screenshots/L/Lotus Turbo Challenge 2.png
Documents/FS-UAE/Screenshots/L/Lotus Turbo Challenge 2_2.png
Documents/FS-UAE/Screenshots/L/Lotus Turbo Challenge 2_3.png
Documents/FS-UAE/Screenshots/L/Lotus Turbo Challenge 2_4.png
Documents/FS-UAE/Screenshots/L/Lotus Turbo Challenge 2_5.png
If you have a left parenthesis in the configuration name, only the bit before the parenthesis will be used to look up the images. So for instance, images for Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 (WHDLoad) will also be found at exactly the same place as the above examples. If you want to distinguish two similar configurations, consider using square brackets instead, e.g. Elf [Ocean] and Elf [MicroValue].
If the game name starts with the words The or A, these words will be ignored when deciding on the directory letter. So the screenshots for A Cruise for a Corpse should be put in the C directory, and likewise, screenshots for The Manager should be put in the M directory.