having trouble saving inputs in retroarch wii

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    was wondering if anyone could give me some guidance, i've tried a bunch of combinations in the settings page in retroarch, nothing seems to be able to stick.

    My goal is to have the inputs the same everytime I start up a game(without having to touch anything), what would I have to do to achieve this? im using a classic controller plugged into the wiimote.

    Yes I have tried save config on exit.
     
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    First off, what version of RA are you using? What I do is set "load remap files automatically" to ON, point it to a remaps folder in the directory settings, and then just set up and save your button remaps when you start up a game.
     
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    latest build. Ill tinker some more. because my remaps folder is empty.
     
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    double post sorry.
     
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    ok so, I managed to get remap files to save into the Core / specific game remap file. it doesnt go into the remap folder so..

    for example I saved the remap in contra 3 snes, and there is a contra 3 snes remap file in the snes 9x next core folder.

    so how do I make it auto-load this contra 3 snes remap file everytime I start any game whatsoever automatically without changing it to the remap file in settings?
     
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    ok I guess I figured it out, it auto loads the per core remap file, thats good enough for me. thank you for your help harp, it made me realize some things.