I am using a desktop with 2 screens. This happened on Munsters but also on Pizzatime so I know it is not a table specific thing. When I run the table it loads but the backgkass loads over part or all of the table and I can’t move it. I went to Pup Pack Editor and tried that but I can’t seem to tell it that I want the playfield on screen 1 and…[Read more]
Thanks for the wonderful table. I do have a PinUp question for all tables. I am on a desktop with 2 monitors, one above the other. How do I move the backglass to the second monitor so it is not blocking part of the table?
I have a problem that might be table related or VP related. I am using VPX 10.6.0 final and when I start the game the plunger works fine but on ball 3 or so the plunger stays in the down position at full strength making it impossible to adjust the plunger strength. This makes it hard to get the 1 bumper if not gotten already.
Great table I remember playing this at the bowling alley near me back in the day. I do have a question. Is there a way to move the paper on the apron that tells you what to hit for red black green since my desktop cuts off the bottom of the paper?
Maybe the table needs a small adjustment. If you are able to get it through the upper left “S” divider, you are golden because the bumper has a tendency to shoot it straight up again scoring points and bonus x. I had a game just recently where this happened twice in one game, lost the ball without any bonus to speak of, but, the…
How do you make this a 5 ball game? Great table also. When I was in college the local arcade had this table and the outlanes 99% of the time sent the ball back to the flippers. I guess the owner found out and asked the operator to adjust the slant and then it only happened about 5% of the time the ball going back to the flippers. Happy memories…[Read more]
Great table. I too have a problem with the ramp not going all the way around. Also The ball lock when ejected usually sends the ball down the right outlane and not towards the right flipper. It must be hitting part of the spot targets at the entrance to the lock.