The only way I could add the auto-matching covers feature is that when scanning, if a cover with the same name as a ROM item is found, then it would be set as the ROM cover automatically. That is the most I could do. And this is because there is not a Standard library of ROMs or Covers as in the case with the popular Arcade emulator MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) that has all the ROMs standardized and documented and there are numerous Artwork packs around the net with everything matching the standard romset names.
Originally Posted by hawkgv
In this case, the closest thing to a Standard library for SNES, GENESIS, NES, etc. are the 'GoodSnes', 'GoodGen', 'GoodNes' romsets. But they are not that well documented with all their official hashes and such. Maybe in the future my tool can help people to make standard packages of Artworks or something.
I will add a label to display the name of the ROM when assigning a cover to it in the next version.
For the sub-directory scanning feature I would have to implement a new routine that would contain a few loops to index all sub-directories till no more are found, after all directories are indexed, the last process would be to scan them all in order, but it would be improper to do so, since all ROMs would be displayed unordered (unless I order them alphabetically before assigning any values to the lists).
Another thing I could do is add a feature to include found sub-directories in the List, or even a drop down list to select them, so the user can easily navigate to other sub-directories as needed. I will decide what would be the most appropriate routine to add and I will see what I can do
Thanks for the recommendations and the feedback I appreciate it ^^.
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