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Attached are text files listing the letter-path and filenames of every title for each locale and all demos that are part of the full WHDLoad Games set (kept up to date by Retroplay) - one file for each. Note these are the "game" demos that are part of the games set, not scene demos that are part of a different demos set. These files can be used on the command line to filter or modify your collection, by copying, moving or deleting any sub-set. The set should be kept in the original folder structure, where there's a folder for every letter of the alphabet and with original filenames (which don't contain spaces). So for example, in *nix and MacOS, to delete all German games do the following from a bash/terminal prompt: 1. Change directory/folder to the main set folder (the level holding all your letter folders) 2. xargs rm < de.txt This will read the de.txt file and delete all the files listed in it - the above assumes that de.txt is in your current working folder - specify its folder if it's located somewhere else, like "/Users/yourname/Desktop/de.txt" Footnote: Some game demos might make interesting additions to your game collection if they contain bonus, seasonal or other levels not in the full game release. You can edit the file to prune anything you want to keep or deal with separately. 2020-04-12 whdload_lang-demos.zip
Hey all. I've been following ZomBeaver's excellent guide to installing and configuring FS-UAE and running it within LB. It's a fantastic guide and must have taken him a long time to put it together, so a huge thanks for all the help. Eirulan's UUID application is another tremendous contribution. Amazing work. So far I have everything working (WHDLoads, everything working in LB etc) and have tried to follow the instructions to the letter, but there's one thing I can't solve: Saving WHDLoad games within FS-UAE. The options to save or load are both greyed out. I've set up a custom button that quits each game, but I can't save. I assume I would need to save first, then quit within the game before leaving the emulator in order to commit the save from RAM to my HD but I can't get that far yet. Do I need to specify a folder for my saves, or have I missed something else entirely? Thanks in advance to anyone that's able to help. This Forum is full of really great people who are extremely helpful and supportive. Hopefully I've posted this within the right section. Cheers,