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    CFG USB Loader - Subdirectory naming

    I am new to CFG USB Loader. I installed v60. I have a couple questions for anyone who has a moment to answer.

    In CFG USB Loader, when I install a game from Disc to Fat32 HDD, is there a way to change the subdirectory and file names from...

    usb:/wbfs/RQZE41_Monster 4X4_Stunt Racer/RQZE41.wbfs

    to...

    usb:/wbfs/Monster 4X4 Stunt Racer [RQZE41]/RQZE41.wbfs

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    Also, I noticing that pressing Down on the D pad will change the viewing mode through many flowing modes.. Is there a List mode like in USB Loader GX?

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    Hmm, yes you can change the sub directories with the configurator found in the "usb-loader" folder....but I can't figure out why you would want to change to the one you listed above, and not sure if it has that option or not.

    Press B to get to the list view in CFG..in the configurator you can set it to load the list view every time (I forget which option it is right now but should be easy to find once you have it open).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Hmm, yes you can change the sub directories with the configurator found in the "usb-loader" folder....but I can't figure out why you would want to change to the one you listed above, and not sure if it has that option or not.
    I like the naming like that so that when viewed in windows, the games will be listed alphebetically. All my other folders are named as such.

    I will check the configurator. I looked at it briefly, but there were a confusing amount of settings and options.

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    I found it. It's obvious if you know what you are looking for, which I didn't. For anyone who finds this post with a similar question, it's "fat_install_dir". Options are 0, 1, 2 and 3. Option 2 is what I was looking for.

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