I’m running a portable version of Citra, so my user directory is in the “user” subfolder within the root installation folder. However, I would like my user directory to be outside this folder. Is this possible? I didn’t see any settings within Citra to change the directory. Is there an argument I could add in a shortcut or command line to point to a different location?
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sdmc are configurable), however, you could just move the entire installation folder. So long as that
user folder is in the same folder as
citra-qt(.exe), it’ll use that for your user data. So it doesn’t matter where you stuff the installation folder.
Okay, thanks. I like having all my various emulator configuration folders in one place, so I ended up just creating a symbolic link in Windows to the Citra user folder, which solved problem.
This is fine, but keep in mind that this could potentially create issues with save states in the future (those things save file paths and can be a bit wonky when something about that changes at any point).
Good to know, thanks!