Has anyone gotten .m3u files to work with Retroboot for multi disc games? What's the secret?
I'm using Retroboot 0.9 Standalone. Everywhere I've read online, I've found people saying for multi disc games, just create a .m3u file in the same folder as your .bin and .cue, containing nothing but a list of the .cue filenames. For example in my roms/PS1 folder I have
Chrono Cross (USA) (Disc 1).cue
Chrono Cross (USA) (Disc 1).bin
Chrono Cross (USA) (Disc 2).cue
Chrono Cross (USA) (Disc 2).bin
So I create a .m3u file named Chrono Cross (USA).m3u in notepad containing:
Chrono Cross (USA) (Disc 1).cue
Chrono Cross (USA) (Disc 2).cue
And place it in the same folder. But after launching Retroboot on my PS Classic, the .m3u entry doesn't appear anywhere in the PS1 playlist, whether I rescan the rom directory or not. I just see the same old two entries for Chrono Cross (USA) (Disc 1) and Chrono Cross (USA) (Disc 2).
Retroboot has another folder where it placed .m3u files for the stock PSC games like FFVII and MGS (rb_ff7.m3u and rb_mgs.m3u in retroarch/retroboot/assets), and those are working fine, appearing as a single entry in the PS1 playlist. I tried placing my .m3u file for Chrono Cross in that folder, but again it never showed up in the playlist.
Help, please!

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