Ezflash IV client renaming roms

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Mar 7, 2007
  1. Amything
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    Newcomer Amything Member

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    Really annoys me that I can't keep my naming system on my flash card and that ezflash client insists on renaming them. Can I modify it somehow to stop doing that or is there an alternative method available?
     
  2. alcaholjunkie

    Member alcaholjunkie GBAtemp Regular

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    You mean the rom naming in the client? You can change the name of the rom to anything you want before pressing send. [​IMG]
     
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    Ah I see, hadn't realized that. That helps [​IMG] Best would be if it just took the filename though.
     
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    I actually think it's a good idea to have the correct names instead like they are [​IMG]
    And if they aren't just edit the romlist.txt so they are correct [​IMG]
     
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    Member dbgtdob GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    its pretty simple when you go to select the rom, highlight the name and click open and just hit paste then you only have a few extra clicks to worry about and no typing.
     
  6. Veho

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    The renaming works when I send only one ROM. How about when I transfer several ROMs? The client accepts the name I enter for the first ROM, but all the others get renamed to the releases "original" names, regardless of what they're called on my disk.
     

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