Welcome to the What's New News!

 
Here you will find all the latest news of what's happening with the Arcade Restoration Workshop! 
4/29/2001 12:00 AM

Its been awhile since I posted an update, however, there is good reason for it! If you haven't noticed, the site is now running ASP code instead of the old CGI code. This provides a few things such as better performance and easier to maintain by me.

The search feature is currently off line as I determine the best way to reimplement it, everything else should be there.

New features added:

1) You can now bookmark www.arcaderestoration.com if you want, and you don't have to book mark the CGI page.

2) Site is A LOT faster as its running on a SQL Server now.

3) Now tracks the last time you visited the site and marks categories with new data (used to only mark data if it was new within the last three days)

4) Allows you to sort the categories on the left alphabetically or by the order I have chosen.

5) Allows you to hide categories that you are not interested in.

6) You can hide the welcome message that appears before the "Latest News"

I'll be working on more features as I get time to do so. The new version is actually readable in Netscape now. It still isn't perfect, but its better than nothing.

Nothing new on the Arcade front, but I hope to start working on my restorations again this weekend. (Knock on wood!)

More News!

Below you'll find additional news about what's happening at the Arcade Restoration Workshop!  As you scroll down the page, more news will appear.
8/21/2017 11:10:28 PM
Restoration/Preservation has begun on my Kickman.
 
It's not a full restoration, but more of a preservation of what is there.  I like trying to keep things as original as possible.  With that in mind, I can take a few chances on this one as the damage is already done.  I'm mainly trying to prevent even more damage when I can.  Worse comes to worse, I'll do a full restore on it down the road. 
11/14/2016 3:38:35 PM
Well, I decided to update RoboJuke with a new Motherboard, Processor and RAM. The old one was a Celeron 700 with 2MB of RAM running Windows XP. I upgraded to a Celeron N3150 (Quad Core 1.35Ghz), with 8GB of RAM running Windows 10.
After upgrading, I found out that the software I was using (Virtual Music Jukebox) wouldn't run on Windows 10. After looking for a replacement, I gave up and wrote my own Jukebox Software called "Simple JukeBox". It is avilable for FREE, you can read more about it here: http://forums.arcaderestoration.com/topics/17-Simple-JukeBox
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