I have Citra installed on my Steam Deck, which has a Linux-based OS. Lately it upgraded to nightly 1788. I was wondering if I could downgrade it. The reason I ask has nothing to do with emulation, as Citra works fine.
It has to do, oddly enough, with Citra’s file manager capabilities. A number of apps, including my file manager, Dolphin, seem to be sandboxed so that I cannot view certain folders and files even with the “view hidden files” option enabled. I was able to find a workaround through Citra. When I start Citra and then select File/Load File, I was able to access those folders that Dolphin wouldn’t show me. Then I could right-click a folder, select “open containing folder”, and then Dolphin would show me the folder I was looking for that it wouldn’t show me before.
Now, with the new nightly, Citra is now as sandboxed as the otehr apps and file managers I have, so I lost my workaround! I have asked for help in various placed to find another solution and have gotten nowhere.
So, I want to see if downgrading Citra would restore my workaround. Can it be done?