@ krashd: Sorry I have previously posted a wrong/incomplete solution but I have removed the post immediately.
I tried the following and it seems to work, should be safe but maybe @rcblanke can tell if it can give problems, because you have to manually edit the database file.
If you want to try I recommend you to first make a backup of the database folder and the folder with the games.
Open the database.script with Notepad++.
Look through the file and select all the lines that contains the path of the config files and the links path of your games, for example lines like this:
INSERT INTO GAMES VALUES(471,'007 - License to Kill',18,12,103,0,0,'',FALSE,'','','','','','','dosroot\_2\471.conf','captures\471',4,'dosroot\_2\_Doc\License to Kill - Manual.pdf',.............
Select all of this lines, then from the Search menu select Replace...
In the window that open, make sure you have the checkbox "In selection" ticked and the search mode as Normal.
In the box "Find what:" type the path you have actually, for example, if you have your games in the dosroot folder, like in the line above, type "dosroot" (without the quotes),
then in "Replace with:" type "dosroot\games".
Click on Replace all, this should change all the path of all the selected lines to the new one (in this case the line above should changes to dosroot\games\_2\.....).
At this point you can move all your games to the GAMES folder, and from DBGL you should be able to open any links you have configured in the profiles, but for the game to work you must
modify even the executable path in the config file of each game. To do this:
- Open Notepad++
- Open the Search menu.
- Select "Find in files...".
Insert the following in each box (without quotes, also note there is a space beetween cd and \):
- In Find what: "cd \" (Assuming your games is in the root folder, otherwise you have to modify this line accordingly).
- In Replace with: "cd \GAMES\".
- In Filters: "*.conf".
- In Directory: select the folder where all your games are.
- Check the "In all sub-folders" option.
- Select the Normal search mode.
At this point click "Find all" and make sure the number of files found is the same as the number of your games.
If this is the case, reopen the Search - Find in files menu (all the parameters you have inserted should be already in place, otherwise retype it) and this time click the Replace in files.
Now all the config files should have the game path modified.
Try to launch some games in DBGL.
Let me know.