i know the fix, but i was thinking – are there any reasons to have things like .cue files in the list of file extensions? as if you a .cue, it would need a .bin to be work anyway, so having .cue and .bin in the extension list will always mean you get 2 images (or can .cues can be linked to a binary file of ANY arbitrary extension?)
as in, are there some of these extensions that could be treated as “pairs” – as long as you had one, you must have the other, so only one needs to be in the list?
just a thought :)
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