@Pitch64 - I take your point, but as a front end developer myself, you just can't dictate to your users that they can't use any romsets with accented characters in. There a lot of problems with this. Firstly, you may have a set of 2000 where only 3 have an accented filename. You can't ask a user to go through all 2000 and weed out the accented ones. Also, users may lose games without their knowing. I'm also aware that recalbox is french, therefore it would surprise me if they would try to force the anglicisation of all game names (what about french games with a french title?).
The solution is often in things such as database encoding setup etc and shouldn't be too hard a fix. Essentially, I'm easy, but good design would dictate an accommodation of accented game names.
@RetroVadus I don't have Rpi4 and I can't test this situation, but I saw that you opened several topics, one for each problem you encountered.
Due to the high demand and low staff, it is difficult to answer everyone here.
If possible, I suggest you join the Discord support channel: https://discord.gg/NbQFbGM
@yadid yeap there were compatibility problems between A500 and A600, but that was not most of the stuff. Probably due to a different kickstart and newer librairies. On RCB, i mainly use whdl roms and a few .adf. Most of the games & demos (i automatically exclude AGA softwares that are stocked in A1200 folder) run without changing the default configuration.
If you are a former Amiga user, i suggest you download whdl in .lha format and try them.
For info, the next RCB V7 uses a new version of Amiberry (and the mouse is at least optimizted), the GUI interface is clear and simple. P-uae is also avaible (i prefer amiberry although).
@sch0s well, we will need mich more details to try to help you out. What specific issues are you having? And just to be sure... which one is the default core?
Don’t forget we don’t develop the emulator ourselves, so besides someone being able to confirm or deny the same issue happens on his/her installation, the libretro github issue tracker is the right place for you.