previous updates, this weekend Quake of SubZero Dezigns updated his RetroList RetroArch Tool to v22.214.171.124 followed by v126.96.36.199 with the changes outlined below.
Download: RetroList / RetroArch Tools (Latest Version)
To quote from his e-mail on this latest release: Hello World, RetroList: 188.8.131.52 / RetroTools 184.108.40.206
I've updated my RetroList RetroArch tool to include sub-directories for paths in the Playlist's for non-PC.
Are you sick of your Roms not showing up in the Playlist? Not any more. Manually make your Playlist of your Roms for RetroArch. RetroArch relies on a DB (Database) of a Rom List. If your Game (Rom) is not in the RetroArch DB it'll not show up in the Playlist under the Console Section. Rectify this by Manually Making your own Playlist.
- Added: Drive Letter Replace
- Ability: PC/USB(Console) Grabs multiple Sub-Directories
- Useful if you keep Disc 1of4 files in their own Folders
Update: RetroTools update by SubZero DeZignsCode:X:/ROMS/PSX/FFVII/FFVII(Disc1of3).cue X:/ROMS/PSX/FFVIII/FFVIII(Disc1of4).cue X:/ROMS/PSX/FFIV/FFIV(Disc1of4).cue X can be anything ur0, uma0, ms0, Or Other
I've recently updated the RetroList to version 1.0.7 to be more PS3 friendly. Here are the changes:
Changes might not seem PS3 friendly till you dig into the settings for Replace Drive. Just give it a try, and see what you come up with.
- Added: MKDIR for Image Dirs
- Added: Rom List Click Preview
- Added: Colon Remove check
- Added: Preset Slider selections
- Edited: 5 Char Lock to 15 - Replace textbox
- Fixed: A few minor issues
BTW, By using the Replace drive you can use sub-directories for your Roms. This is the whole idea of what Replace Drive is for. "Sub-Directories" ("RetroArch doesn't support this when it scans for files.")
Thanks,Code:/dev_usb006/PSXISO/GAME 1/Disc 1 /dev_usb006/PSXISO/GAME 1/Disc 2 /dev_usb006/PSXISO/GAME 1/Disc 3 /dev_usb006/PSXISO/GAME 1/Disc 4 /dev_usb006/PSXISO/GAME 2/Disc 1 /dev_usb006/PSXISO/GAME 2/Disc 2 /dev_usb006/PSXISO/GAME 2/Disc 3
Quake aka SubZero DeZigns