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phulshof [Directory Structure of a collection]
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phulshof [Playlists]
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 RetroFE supports playlists, a sort of sub collection within a collection. You can step through them using the previous/​next playlist keys defined in your [[controls|controls.conf]] file. You can use this feature to e.g. show a list of all games from a certain manufacturer or a certain genre. RetroFE supports playlists, a sort of sub collection within a collection. You can step through them using the previous/​next playlist keys defined in your [[controls|controls.conf]] file. You can use this feature to e.g. show a list of all games from a certain manufacturer or a certain genre.
  
-Playlists are defined via txt files in the playlists directory of your collection, and like include.txt files simply contain a list of the games you want in that playlist. If a game is pulled from another collection via a sub/merged collection (.sub file), use _<​collection name>:<​game name>.+Playlists are defined via txt files in the playlists directory of your collection, and like include.txt files simply contain a list of the games you want in that playlist. If a game is pulled from another collection via a sub/merged collection (.sub file), use _<​collection name>:<​game name>. The asterisk (*) can be used in stead of the game name to include an entire collection.
  
 Example: playlists/​example.txt Example: playlists/​example.txt
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