[QUOTE=Ragna;20455]Is this the correct place to report bugs or inconsistencies in RetroArch? If so…
I found a problem with the save folder in RetroArch from the 2015-03-02 build, and which probably persists even now or was before:
I recently manually set each core configuration with a separate saves folder, like “RetroArch->Saves->Super Famicom or PlayStation”, and so on.
However, when I load a core the saves folder path is set only once for the first core I load when first initializing RetroArch, and no longer sets the saves path for the next cores I load afterwards.
I hope that’s a clear explanation on this problem.
Probably, the fix would involve reading the core’s config file and set the current RetroArch saves path to that once the core has loaded, as it seems now it only makes use of the saves path written in the RetroArch config file, not the core’s one.
I also found some nasty bug regarding menu navigation with the glui menu driver.
Basically, sometimes on a long list of menu options, the cursor becomes crazy and the column navigation breaks, not showing the next options when going up or down, or having bad wrapping.
It is nasty and hard to replicate. I hope someone finds the cause of this bug.[/QUOTE]
I have the same problem with RA PC, it happens with any separate folder (including the browser directory), the next core selected takes the folders from the last core.
With glui menu driver in my case the cursor become crazy, but my RA PC crash when I try to navigate.