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Forum: Winamp Discussion 19th March 2014, 20:09
Replies: 2
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Posted By Pidgeot
Should be built-in: Right-click > Playback > Jump...

Should be built-in: Right-click > Playback > Jump to time

You can also press Ctrl+J to open the same dialog.
Forum: NSIS Discussion 5th January 2011, 09:48
Replies: 4
Views: 2,117
Posted By Pidgeot
For the exact details, you'll want to look at...

For the exact details, you'll want to look at MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa365247(v=VS.85).aspx), but to the best of my knowledge, you need Unicode to do it (the ANSI version of...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 27th March 2010, 03:49
Replies: 1
Views: 1,738
Posted By Pidgeot
You can store them with mixed code pages, but you...

You can store them with mixed code pages, but you won't be able to see both Arabic and Spanish at the same time - because their respective code pages simply don't contain all of the required...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 27th March 2010, 00:13
Replies: 2
Views: 1,306
Posted By Pidgeot
Not until the Unicode branch is made official....

Not until the Unicode branch is made official. It's simply a limitation of NSIS still being ANSI-based: it can only work with filenames that can be expressed in the non-Unicode character set used by...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 17th November 2009, 18:58
Replies: 572
Views: 212,530
Posted By Pidgeot
To the best of my knowledge, there IS no...

To the best of my knowledge, there IS no CreateFile-function, only CreateFileA and CreateFileW. CreateFile is #defined to CreateFileA or CreateFileW in WinBase.h, depending on whether or not UNICODE...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 4th November 2009, 14:58
Replies: 11
Views: 4,668
Posted By Pidgeot
The situation is no different: C:\Programme...

The situation is no different: C:\Programme doesn't really exist, the folder is really called C:\Program Files and Vista/7 uses the API call mentioned in my previous to localize the displayed path in...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 5th September 2009, 00:24
Replies: 6
Views: 4,439
Posted By Pidgeot
You might be able to use SetOverwrite isdiff...

You might be able to use SetOverwrite isdiff (which was actually added before 2.0 was out of beta). This will overwrite files if their dates are not identical to the dates of the files in the...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 24th May 2009, 18:55
Replies: 2
Views: 3,972
Posted By Pidgeot
It's no different to extracting it from any other...

It's no different to extracting it from any other Windows executable; there is nothing special about the way NSIS does it.

The information is stored as a resource in the executable, as described...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 13th May 2009, 22:12
Replies: 46
Views: 15,567
Posted By Pidgeot
I'm downloading the x86 RC now. I'll probably...

I'm downloading the x86 RC now. I'll probably have a VM up and running in about an hour or so - I'll post an update then.

UPDATE: VM is ready. I copied the installer over, just like I did on my...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 8th May 2009, 07:53
Replies: 46
Views: 15,567
Posted By Pidgeot
Has anyone tested the test installer on Win7 RC1?...

Has anyone tested the test installer on Win7 RC1? I just did on a fresh install of the 64-bit version, and although it was not *instantaneous*, it only took about 10 seconds to appear. That is WAY...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 2nd May 2009, 10:08
Replies: 46
Views: 15,567
Posted By Pidgeot
Well, I can certainly verify it's being copied...

Well, I can certainly verify it's being copied and that the UAC prompt takes ages to appear.

I do not see the issue if RequestExecutionLevel is set to user, but if the issue pops up once the UAC...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 28th April 2009, 23:01
Replies: 46
Views: 15,567
Posted By Pidgeot
Have you tried without signing? Signing involves...

Have you tried without signing? Signing involves storing a hash of the signed executable, and this could take quite a while to verify. If the source media is slow, that could slow the verification...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 25th April 2009, 15:33
Replies: 3
Views: 2,124
Posted By Pidgeot
Taking a quick look at the code, note that you...

Taking a quick look at the code, note that you CANNOT use this out of the box for ANSI NSIS plug-ins and D2009, since it uses the "plain" string and PChar types, which map to AnsiString and PAnsiChar...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 18th April 2009, 00:12
Replies: 4
Views: 2,612
Posted By Pidgeot
Well, yes - of course they do. You have...

Well, yes - of course they do. You have surrounded both the executable name and some of the parameters in a single set of double quotes - that will never work, as the quotes tell the shell to treat...
Forum: Winamp Technical Support 1st April 2009, 21:45
Replies: 2
Views: 1,036
Posted By Pidgeot
It could be that the output plug-in strips...

It could be that the output plug-in strips silence at the beginning/end of a track. Open Preferences, goto Plug-ins > Output, and hit Configure. Check the settings there - if it's the DirectSound...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 9th January 2009, 21:29
Replies: 572
Views: 212,530
Posted By Pidgeot
The help file states that all GUI versions of...

The help file states that all GUI versions of Vim, with the sole exception of the GTK2 version (you might be able to compile a GTK2 version for yourself and use that, but even there), only allows...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 9th January 2009, 20:28
Replies: 572
Views: 212,530
Posted By Pidgeot
Long post ahead... Well, no, but there...

Long post ahead...



Well, no, but there doesn't need to be. I've yet to encounter an ANSI file (with characters > 128) that could be mistaken for a BOM-less UTF-8 file, because the odds of an...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 9th January 2009, 15:42
Replies: 572
Views: 212,530
Posted By Pidgeot
The way I would prefer codepage detection to work...

The way I would prefer codepage detection to work is like this:

BOM Present: Use the corresponding encoding/codepage.
No BOM present: Check to see if the file can be fully parsed as UTF-8 (that...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 4th December 2008, 21:21
Replies: 572
Views: 212,530
Posted By Pidgeot
Those aren't the Unicode NSIS files. I've looked...

Those aren't the Unicode NSIS files. I've looked at the exact same files here (2.38.1-Unicode), and they are Unicode here.

Note that, by default, Unicode NSIS installs itself into Program...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 4th December 2008, 20:18
Replies: 572
Views: 212,530
Posted By Pidgeot
No, the language files that come with Unicode...

No, the language files that come with Unicode NSIS are indeed Unicode. I'm not sure why you think that wasn't the case, unless you've been looking at the "regular" NSIS files.
Forum: NSIS Discussion 24th October 2008, 14:00
Replies: 2
Views: 1,366
Posted By Pidgeot
It is required because the uninstaller copies...

It is required because the uninstaller copies itself to $TEMP, then launches that copy with that parameter and quits itself. This is done to allow the uninstaller to delete itself from the install...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 6th September 2008, 12:47
Replies: 572
Views: 212,530
Posted By Pidgeot
I made a very small installer to test, and I get...

I made a very small installer to test, and I get the same result with CRCCheck On and CRCCheck Off - so that's not it.

Now, this is just my opinion, but I would probably go Unicode now. It's not...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 5th September 2008, 12:19
Replies: 572
Views: 212,530
Posted By Pidgeot
Just to elaborate how it all works with an...

Just to elaborate how it all works with an example:

If the system codepage is not Korean, and you use ANSI functions to fetch a path containing Korean characters, you'll get a question mark in...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 5th September 2008, 08:38
Replies: 572
Views: 212,530
Posted By Pidgeot
Not entirely true, Jim. In NTFS, all path names...

Not entirely true, Jim. In NTFS, all path names are Unicode (actually, this also applies to LFNs in FAT), so Windows will convert to ANSI when applications call the relevant *A-APIs.

However, the...
Forum: NSIS Discussion 4th September 2008, 10:40
Replies: 2
Views: 1,755
Posted By Pidgeot
When referring to LangStrings, use $(NAME), not...

When referring to LangStrings, use $(NAME), not ${NAME}. Curly braces are used for other things.
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