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AntoPISA

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SL Batch mode help
« on: 26 October 2022, 15:30 »

Posted in wrong subforum by https://www.emulab.it/forum/index.php?action=profile;u=15156.

Hello everybody.

I have always used CLRMamePro loading one DAT file at a time (only arcade and extras ROMs). Now, for the software list I am trying to scan the contents of the XML files of the Hash folder in BatchMode, but I have some difficulty. I noticed that I cannot set the root of the folder containing the ROMs as the path, but I have to give it the path of the folder corresponding to the profile, in doing so I am forced to set it manually for each profile!  Something BIG escapes me, is it possible that whoever has the entire software list has set 680 paths by hand? I don't believe it...

Help me Roman, please.
« Last Edit: 26 October 2022, 15:33 by AntoPISA »
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Re: SL Batch mode help
« Reply #1 on: 26 October 2022, 15:57 »

No you don't need to do it by hand. The batch options (which appear when you select more than one datfile and load it) have a misc tab and there you can tick "create rompath for new dat" and you can specify a root folder. When loading a new datfile, cmpro will then automatically create and assign a new rompath below this root folder named after the dat (there is a radio button just above that setting where you can say what to use for rompath naming)
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