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Default Put savestates in their own folder.

This would allow users to more safely delete save states without risking deleting the native backup saves.

Also its a hell of alot more tidier and is in line with most other emulators which also seperate states from battery backups.
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This would allow users to more safely delete save states without risking deleting the native backup saves.
Reading before deleting usually helps with the whole 'risk' theory.
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