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#1 rocketman121

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 05:16 PM

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Section  "Launch Menu"
{
  Section "Xbox Games"
 {
   Section "Adventure"
   {
   AutoAddItem "f:/games/Adventure/"
   SortAll
   }
   Section "Fighting"
   {
   AutoAddItem "f:/games/Fighting/"
   SortAll
   }
   Section "FPS"
   {
   AutoAddItem "f:/games/FPS/"
   SortAll
   }
   Section "Party"
   {
   AutoAddItem "f:/games/Party/"
   SortAll
   }
   Section "Racing"
   {
   AutoAddItem "f:/games/Racing/"
   SortAll
   }
   Section "Sports"
   {
   AutoAddItem "f:/games/Sports/"
   SortAll
   }
   AutoAddItem "f:/HDDLoader/"
   SortAll
 }
     
 Section "Apps"
 {
  AutoAddItem "e:/applications/"
   AutoAddItem "f:/applications/"
  SortAll
 }
         Section "Emulators"
 {
  AutoAddItem "e:/Emulators/"
   AutoAddItem "f:/Emulators/"
  SortAll
 
 }
}


Now i have the games in the right folders but they still dont show up in the menu. I know im missing something, i just dont know what. It should be a really simple solution.

Edited by rocketman121, 28 July 2003 - 05:55 PM.


#2 rocketman121

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 06:16 PM

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#3 o00jr00o

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 06:21 PM

The onlything I see different about your ini file than mine is that all your slashes are opposite of mine. All my slashes are backslashes whereas yours are forwardslashes.

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 06:28 PM

yes remember they have to be back slashes..thats how directories work.

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 06:44 PM

LoL yes they all are back slashes in my ini file. I just had to change them because blackslashes dont show up on the forums. You guys sure its all right? I am still not seeing my games.

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 06:47 PM

Do the menu names show up at least (and just the games are missing)? or does nothing show up?

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 06:54 PM

QUOTE
  }
  AutoAddItem "f:/HDDLoader/"
  SortAll
}


I don't think you can do AutoAddItem without being in a Section { }
If you want to add the HddLoader manually use
Item "f:/hddloader/"
and pull the SortAll, you don't need to sort 1 item....

#8 rocketman121

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 06:58 PM

QUOTE (o00jr00o @ Jul 28 2003, 02:47 PM)
Do the menu names show up at least (and just the games are missing)? or does nothing show up?

Yes the menus show up. But there are no games in any of them.


QUOTE
I don't think you can do AutoAddItem without being in a Section { }
If you want to add the HddLoader manually use
Item "f:/hddloader/"
and pull the SortAll, you don't need to sort 1 item....


Ill try that and see if it works. Thanks guys

#9 rocketman121

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 08:43 PM

Section "Launch Menu"
{
Section "Xbox Games"
{
Section "Adventure"
{
AutoAddItem "f:/games/Adventure/"
SortAll
}
Section "Fighting"
{
AutoAddItem "f:/games/Fighting/"
SortAll
}
Section "FPS"
{
AutoAddItem "f:/games/FPS/"
SortAll
}



I found the problem. When i moved all my games into the separate files i names the files "Xbox Games" to match the menu. But did not change the "games" in the directory as you can see with the red text. Again thanks guys for all the help!!




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