Originally Posted by twiggy
I'd guess that they're requesting a setup where you can choose a different version of WHDload for certain games, as some games work better with certain WHDload versions.
Ok. For this you can use the "X-bEnCh Scripts". In the drawer of your game simply create an amigados script with the same name as the slave with .xbs after the name of the file. (For example for a game slave named toto.slave create a file named toto.xbs in the same drawer). When launching a game xbench check if exist an .xbs in the drawer of the game and if this file exist xbench will run this script instead of the slave. So you can make a special startup with specific whdload arguments or an other version of whdload.
I must complete the doc that is totally out of date. A lot a features are included but not explained.