Watched it all but I got no wiser.
I did however notice that when I try to save, for instance my RGUI configs for RGUI, the yellow message says something like:
Failed to save configuration file to “/opt/retropie/configs/psx/.cfg”
What startles me is the “.cfg”… in the end of the string?
In the 3.0 versions when I was successfull saving my configs it always said (like):
“Sucessfully saved configuration file to “/opt/retropie/configs/psx/retroarch.cfg”
… with the “retroarch.cfg” fully written there.
I’ve checked the “emulators.cfg”-file and there’s a path to /xxx/xxx/psx/retroarch.cfg
RetroArch also responds/remembers to that specific/custom tweaked “retroarch.cfg” file after I’ve manually assigned the keys via the Terminal/Putty with nano.
That’s what bothers me… “.cfg”… instead of “retroarch.cfg”, when everything else seems reasonable and in right order.
Do you know why it tries to save a no-name/”blank” “.cfg”-file when I try to save the new settings via RGUI – instead of “retroarch.cfg”?
Many thanks in advance Floob… RGUI is the shit… the terminal can be.. well, tiresome after a while =)