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Author Topic: Why not split games into alphabetical folders?  (Read 6358 times)
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« on: June 28, 2018, 02:03:44 AM »

Rather than having 0-9 and A-Z loading on one giant page, which takes a long time to navigate on mobile, place each letter into its own folder.

Make a .bat file (a renamed .txt) and put this into it:

md A
move a*.* a
md B
move b*.* b
md C
move c*.* c
(and so on)

It'll make a new directory (folder) labeled A,B,C... then move every file that starts with a,b,c... into it.
Should be easy enough to edit the tables by copying each letter's chunk to a new document then saving into their respective folders?
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