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  • Here's a template for alternate/fantasy backglasses for Zaccaria pinball. These don't include score boards and don't look anything like the original backglasses. They are meant to function essentially as backglass art so you've got something attractive on the backglass in your front-end and while you play. To configure these, you'll need a pinball front end (Popper, PinballX, PinballY, etc.) and you'll set your backglass to continue to display while the game is played. How you do this will be different for each front end. Consult your front end documentation for instructions.

    The zip contains a few sample backglasses and a Photoshop file for you to make more of your own. When possible I suggest using the table logo (if you can find a decent version online). When that's not available, there's a generic option included in the Photoshop file.

    To get the table images, I usually opened the table up in the Steam store, found a suitable image, clicked the "view in browser" link and then copied the table image into Photoshop.

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      Here's a template for alternate/fantasy backglasses for Zaccaria pinball. These don't include score boards and don't look anything like the original backglasses. They are meant to function essentially as backglass art so you've got something attractive on the backglass in your front-end and while you play. To configure these, you'll need a pinball front end (Popper, PinballX, PinballY, etc.) and you'll set your backglass to continue to display while the game is played. How you do this will be different for each front end. Consult your front end documentation for instructions.

      The zip contains a few sample backglasses and a Photoshop file for you to make more of your own. When possible I suggest using the table logo (if you can find a decent version online). When that's not available, there's a generic option included in the Photoshop file.

      To get the table images, I usually opened the table up in the Steam store, found a suitable image, clicked the "view in browser" link and then copied the table image into Photoshop.

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