> Give some game files examples. Why do you have a sub-folder for each game in your PS1
> collection ?
I took your advice, reduced what I have and just unzipped them.
I keep an individual DIR for each console containing all the zipped roms. Now For the CD based consoles, I have each game in a SUBDIR for that console. I am doing this because I started using RetroArch and by default it saves game data and state info to the DIR of the rom. It just seemed cleaner and less cluttered to do this.
> What files are being listed in EmuCon that you don't want to be listed ?
I know by default you ignore cue extensions. I am wondering if I can un-ignore cue files. For example, I would prefer to ignore bin files. The reason is I have come across some disc images that have multiple bins and in rare cases some other random files but a single cue. When creating a list, using the single cue file would seem to create a cleaner list. It also seems RetroArch prefers to load the cue file first, rather than seeking for it - but I defer to your experience. I just began exploring beyong 16 bit :-)
> Zipped cartridges are supported by emulators because they are small files..........
> I hope you're not tired of reading this long reply...
Not at all! I appreciate your experience. I am still running old spinning drives, not SSD and keep all the rom archives on a second drive and the emulators themselves on the main windows drive, so I wasn't so concerned about drive wear.