Or, you may want to try a command line plug-in...
I tried all 3 of these and found huge flaws in all of them.
worked the best, but its missing the ability to load files/playlists. A shame really since the program works flawlessly.
is poorly designed from the get-go. You MUST have winamp loaded before using command line. Why couldn't the author make the program call the winamp.exe on option execution is beyond me.
is loaded in features, but has the winamp install path hard coded. So if you've installed winamp into any other folder but default, you get the "can't start winamp" error when program is executed.
Can someone out there point me to a command driven plugin which allows for playlist/file loading but doesn't have the winamp path hardcoded?