can we make roms shortcuts?

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  1. Raffle
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    I know we can make application shortcuts with the hans, but has some way to do shortcuts for roms ?
     
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    .3ds/.3dz roms? Nope. It works with CIAs tho
     
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    no im asking about .nes .md .gba...
     
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    Oh.

    Then no.
     
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    got the idea when I saw this, I do not know if it helps in something, I tried using this code here but it did not work
    Code:
    <shortcut><executable>/gridlauncher/folders/Emulators/gpsp_libretro/gpsp_libretro.3dsx</executable><icon>/gridlauncher/folders/Emulators/gpsp_libretro/gpsp_libretro.smdh</icon><arg>/roms/gba/1.gba</arg></shortcut>
    by pdapanda, Nov 16, 2015
     
  6. Mrrraou

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    It has to be implemented in the gpsp source code.
     
  7. Raffle
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    for every rom? or the feature?
     
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    The feature, of course.
     
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    Yes. With retroarch cores only, though.
     
  10. gudenau

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    Just make sure the emulator allows you to pass launch arguments. Not something most people do, you could make a PR for open source things.