@paradadf I'd have to create a github account, first. If you want to copy it there, feel free to do so. Maybe it would be a good idea to mirror chdman.exe there, as well. The script is more comments than commands. Should be pretty easy to understand, I hope.
That method requires to Hotkey+B and switch discs in the menu, doesn't it?
I currently use an English FF IX ROM that behaves like the Steam-version
... as if the creator had combined all CDs into one ISO, removed the "insert disc"-screens and then converted it to pbp.
@tdelios I don't think it has anything to do with winzip : you have to detect pairs of files with the same name but not same extension and compress them together, this looks more like an external script to write than anything that winzip is able to do
Also I would use 7zip whic has a lot of command lines options
There’s one method that isn’t truly running independent instances of a program, but it could be all you need. To open a second window of any open program, just hold Shift and click on its icon in your Taskbar. For programs like Word, Notepad, or Chrome, this will open a second window with a blank document.