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thatman84

RetroArch Per "System" settings on there way

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So Radius is starting to get some work done adding a long awaited feature request of mine and many others.

The ability to save system specific shaders, remaps, overlays and other settings.

Shaders are 1st to come.

So now for those multi system cores like GenPlusGX, the Gb/Gbc cores and alike you can have shaders setup to be loaded with specific settings for all content in your rom directory.

Most people have their roms organised by system so it should work well for the most part

 

Progress starts here

https://github.com/libretro/RetroArch/pull/6194#issuecomment-361098788

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