Need qFlipper / badusb Folder support

One of the things about badusb is that I realized I couldn’t have subfolders via qflipper file manager (ie, Unix, macOS, Windows, etc). I worked around this by prepending all my Ducky scripts with the system prefix but it would be nice if badusb folder and/or qflipper could read scripts in subdirectories so we could organize them without having to use a file prefix.

You can launch BadUSB scripts from subfilders via the archive app (press down on the desktop to access it, choose the browser tab)

This doesn’t work for me; badusb scripts only seem to work if they’re saved at the top level.

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