Old 16th June 2011, 02:42   #1
Ricardo S.
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Media Library list issue

Hello
I have noticed that the Media Library, after some scrolling, sometimes doesn´t display the correct song information. For instance, it displays the title "Song A", but when you click on it, it shows then "Song B", wich is the correct.
This happens only sometimes, and with only some of the songs that are being listed at the time.
I´m using the latest version of Winamp, but to be honest, I have noticed this in earlier versions too.
A video showing this issue is available at: http://www.4shared.com/folder/mYpCR0Qj/_online.html I tried to attach a ZIP file of the video with 1,71MB, but I received an error.
The video shows some scrolling with no errors, but then, after some more scrolling, Winamp shows incorrect song titles that changes by clicking on it.
Bellow are my system specifications.
Sorry if this issue was already posted, but I didn´t finded it.
Thank you for your attention.

Ricardo

Processor: AMD Phenom II X64 965 @ 3,62 GHz
Memory: 4,00 GB DDR
Video: ATI Radeon 5870 1GB
Sound: Creative Sound Blaster X-FI XtremeGamer @ 5.1

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Video driver: Catalyst 11.5
Sound driver: 2.18.15
Winamp: 5.61
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Old 27th June 2011, 01:50   #2
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Snapshots

Hello
Anybody have seen this issue before?
This time I´ve got a snapshot from the problem, attached file 1.png.
Right under the selected track there are 2 songs with no track number. Also you can see a problem with the stripes.
After clicking on this songs they will change their information, as shown on the attached file 2.png.
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Old 28th June 2011, 20:03   #3
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i have seen it. personally, i think its a video refresh / video card / video driver issue that not much can be done about. the ML has always been a bit sluggish when doing fast scrolls, etc...

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Old 28th June 2011, 23:02   #4
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i have seen it. personally, i think its a video refresh / video card / video driver issue that not much can be done about. the ML has always been a bit sluggish when doing fast scrolls, etc...
MrSinatra, thank you for your reply.
Do you remeber what video drivers or video board you were using?
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Old 28th June 2011, 23:05   #5
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i've seen it on multiple systems, the most recent being a Dell laptop with nvidia 8400 graphics.

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Old 29th June 2011, 00:38   #6
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i've seen it on multiple systems, the most recent being a Dell laptop with nvidia 8400 graphics.
In this case I believe it is not video driver related, once I am using AMD Catalyst drivers.

By the way, I executed some other tests:
- using the Winamp Classic skin;
- disabling "Use freeform scrollbars when available";
- disabling "Use alternating row colors in list views when available";
- using Windows Vista and Windows 7.
On all tests the problem occured.

So, it seems to me that it is bug indeed. At least now that I know that other people had the same and that I am not crazy...
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Old 29th June 2011, 01:09   #7
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i didn't mean to imply that it was or wasn't a bug, or that it was or wasn't soley a driver issue, etc...

i just meant that the 2d acceleration can be lacking, and without specific knowledge, i would blame all parties equally. the 2D issue was recently a fairly big story over at tomshardware.

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Old 29th June 2011, 03:53   #8
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i didn't mean to imply that it was or wasn't a bug, or that it was or wasn't soley a driver issue, etc...

i just meant that the 2d acceleration can be lacking, and without specific knowledge, i would blame all parties equally. the 2D issue was recently a fairly big story over at tomshardware.
MrSinatra, I got your point.
I, as an user, can not say if it is a bug or not, or a driver issue, etc.
For me, all directions point to Winamp, but of course, that is just my suspicion.
As far as I remember, this started to happen with a certain version of Winamp. I am going to check this out. Once identified on wich version this problem started and what changed on that version, we all can have a better idea.
Anyway, thank you again for your help!
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