Old 10th April 2010, 23:13   #1
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"Shaky" right side of notifications

Hi, having a bit of a problem that i've never had before:

The notification popups at the bottom-right of the screen is "shaking" on its right side when it expands or contracts (as do the words "new track") whenever I switch to a new song while the notification is up. The same problem happens if I move to the top-right. In the top-center and bottom-center its less pronounced but still there. If I remove it to the bottom left or the top right, the problem stops, but I don't want the notification anywhere else but the bottom left.

It's really difficult for me to describe this without a screenshot, but I can't take a screenshot of a problem dealing with motion.

I am using Windows 2000 (yeah I know) and Winamp 5.572.

The only plug-ins i'm using are the Bento Skin and the last.fm plugin. Up until - today I guess - i've never had this problem.

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Old 15th April 2010, 05:09   #2
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hmm..well this is still happening. Perhaps I should try to say this a little more clearer. Sometimes I ramble when I type (=

The notification popups at the bottom-right of the screen are "shaking" on the right side when it expands or contracts (as do the words "new track") whenever I click Next Track while the notification for the song i'm skipping is still up.

The thing is, this problem only happens when I have the notification on the right side of the screen (be it bottom-right or top-right) and a lesser extent in the center (on the top or bottom). When I move the notification to the left side of the screen, there's no problem.

Any idea what this could be? It only started happening last week.
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Old 15th April 2010, 18:14   #3
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I think my problem might have to do with two other problems I have, which I can take a Print Screen of.

The first is that whenever I try to scroll my library horizontally (ie to see the year or composer etc.) by clicking on the scroll bar with my mouse, there's some distortion when I try to scroll, as seen in this screen capture here). It stops when I stop scrolling horizontally and there is no analogous problem with vertical scrolling.

A second is when I select Winamp window out of my taskbar, a bit of the window I was just on appears on winamp for a couple of seconds. I've taken a screen cap of that too.

I think my three problems here are all connected somehow. I've searched and searched this forum and haven't found anything like my problems separately or together .
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Old 15th April 2010, 18:43   #4
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we'd really need a plug-ins list to verify things with your client install. though as you're running under win2k anything is possible as i can't remember the last time Winamp was actively tested on win2k (was probably somewhere around 2 years when i replaced my win2k install).

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Old 15th April 2010, 20:28   #5
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alright, i've installed that One for Nunz plugin and I put the .txt file on sendpace:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/1jqlu9
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Old 15th April 2010, 20:48   #6
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I've loaded the .txt file onto sendspace, but my post seems to keep disappearing. So i'm going to have to resort to dumping the whole .txt file into a post.

Installed Winamp plugin list
Generated by 'One for Nunz v4.3.1' on 4/15/2010 at 3:14:42 PM

<< Winamp Information >>

Winamp.ini path is: C:\Program Files\Winamp\Winamp.ini
Plugin directory is: C:\Program Files\Winamp\Plugins
Visualisation directory is: C:\Program Files\Winamp\Plugins
DSP directory is: C:\Program Files\Winamp\Plugins
Skin directory is: C:\Program Files\Winamp\Skins
Language Pack directory is: C:\Program Files\Winamp\Lang

Using Winamp version: 5.57 (Build 2830 FINAL_2010_0113_221653)

Current skin: Bento (Modern skin)
Sonic Burning Engine is installed

<< OS Information >>

Running on: Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4)
Memory available: 522768 KB


<< Input plugins >>

Nullsoft AVI Demuxer v0.3 [in_avi.dll]
Nullsoft CD Plug-in (MusicID 2.6) v3.91 [in_cdda.dll]
Nullsoft DirectShow Decoder v1.07 [in_dshow.dll]
Nullsoft FLAC Decoder 2.09 [in_flac.dll]
Nullsoft Flash Video Decoder 1.4 [in_flv.dll]
Nullsoft LineIn Plug-in v3.12 [in_linein.dll]
Nullsoft MIDI Player 3.17 [in_midi.dll]
Nullsoft Matroska Demuxer v0.5 [in_mkv.dll]
Nullsoft Module Decoder v2.82 [in_mod.dll]
Nullsoft MPEG Audio Decoder 4.9 [in_mp3.dll]
Nullsoft MP4 Demuxer v2.0 [in_mp4.dll]
Nullsoft NSV Decoder v1.2 [in_nsv.dll]
Nullsoft Flash Control Playback v1.1 [in_swf.dll]
Nullsoft Vorbis Decoder v1.56 [in_vorbis.dll]
Nullsoft Waveform Decoder v3.18 [in_wave.dll]
Nullsoft Windows Media Decoder 3.4 [in_wm.dll]

<< Output plugins >>

Nullsoft Disk Writer v2.14 [out_disk.dll]
Nullsoft DirectSound Output v2.49 (d) [out_ds.dll] [active]
Nullsoft WaveOut Output v2.12 (d) [out_wave.dll]

<< Visualisation plugins >>

Advanced Visualization Studio v2.83 [vis_avs.dll] [active]
MilkDrop 1.04e [vis_milk.dll]
MilkDrop 2.2 [vis_milk2.dll]
Nullsoft Tiny Fullscreen v2.11 [vis_nsfs.dll]

<< DSP plugins >>

Nullsoft Signal Processing Studio DSP v0.39b [dsp_sps.dll]

<< General Purpose plugins >>

Nullsoft DropBox v0.5 (alpha) [gen_dropbox.dll]
Nullsoft Modern Skins Support v1.39 [gen_ff.dll]
Nullsoft Global Hotkeys v1.7 [gen_hotkeys.dll]
Jump To File Extra v1.0.7.3 (Build 913) [gen_jumpex.dll]
Nullsoft Media Library v3.27 [gen_ml.dll]
One for Nunz v4.3.1 [gen_nunzio.dll]
Nullsoft Music Usage Database v1.0 [gen_orgler.dll]
Nullsoft Tray Control v2.4 [gen_tray.dll]

<< Media Library plugins >>

Nullsoft Now Playing v3.8 [ml_nowplaying.dll]
Nullsoft Local Media v2.9 [ml_local.dll]
Nullsoft Playlists v1.17 [ml_playlists.dll]
Nullsoft Winamp Add-ons v1.0 [ml_addons.dll]
Nullsoft Online Services v1.65 [ml_online.dll]
Nullsoft Podcasts v1.27 [ml_wire.dll]
Nullsoft Rip & Burn v1.8 [ml_disc.dll]
Nullsoft Portable Music Player Support v1.26 [ml_pmp.dll]
Nullsoft Bookmarks v1.07 [ml_bookmarks.dll]
Nullsoft History v1.6 [ml_history.dll]
Nullsoft Auto-Tagger v2.04 [ml_autotag.dll]
Nullsoft Database Import/Export v2.1 [ml_impex.dll]
Nullsoft Playlist Generator v1.2 [ml_plg.dll]
Nullsoft Replay Gain Analyzer v1.07 [ml_rg.dll]
Nullsoft Format Converter v2.4 [ml_transcode.dll]
Audioscrobbler Winamp plugin v2, 1, 0, 9 (ML Mode) [ml_wa2_scrobbler.dll]

<< Portable Media Player plugins >>

Nullsoft iPod Plug-in v0.76 [pmp_ipod.dll]
Nullsoft Creative NJB Plug-in v0.54 [pmp_njb.dll]
Nullsoft USB Device Plug-in v0.8 [pmp_usb.dll]

<< Encoder plugins >>

[enc_aacplus.dll]
aacPlus (HE-AAC) Encoder v1.3
aacPlus (HE-AAC) High Bitrate Encoder v1.3
LC-AAC Encoder v1.3
MP4/aacPlus (HE-AAC) Encoder v1.3
MP4/aacPlus (HE-AAC) High Bitrate Encoder v1.3
MP4/LC-AAC Encoder v1.3
[enc_flac.dll]
FLAC Encoder 2.1 (libFLAC v1.2.1)
[enc_lame.dll]
MP3 Encoder v1.35a
[enc_wav.dll]
WAV Encoder v1.02a
[enc_wma.dll]
WMA Encoder v1.22a

<< Summary of system components (*.w5s) >>
(These are not included in the plugin counts below)
aacPlusDecoder.w5s (231kb)
adpcm.w5s (15kb)
auth.w5s (170kb)
bmp.w5s (19kb)
dlmgr.w5s (14kb)
filereader.w5s (14kb)
gif.w5s (19kb)
gracenote.w5s (16kb)
h264.w5s (642kb)
jnetlib.w5s (608kb)
jpeg.w5s (151kb)
mp4v.w5s (196kb)
ombrowser.w5s (292kb)
pcm.w5s (12kb)
playlist.w5s (82kb)
png.w5s (84kb)
primo.w5s (13kb)
tagz.w5s (21kb)
timer.w5s (35kb)
vlb.w5s (120kb)
vp6.w5s (177kb)
xml.w5s (88kb)

<< Summary of all dlls in the root winamp folder (*.dll) >>
(These are not included in the plugin counts below)
burnlib.dll (81kb) [not loaded]
libFLAC.dll (133kb) [loaded]
libmp4v2.dll (175kb) [not loaded]
libsndfile.dll (247kb) [loaded]
msvcr90.dll (640kb) [loaded]
nde.dll (74kb) [loaded]
nscrt.dll (340kb) [loaded]
nsutil.dll (51kb) [loaded]
primosdk.DLL (230kb) [not loaded]
tataki.dll (82kb) [loaded]
zlib.dll (46kb) [loaded]

<< Summary of all dlls in the plugins\gracenote folder (*.dll) >>
(These are not included in the plugin counts below)
CDDBControlWinamp.dll (1329kb) [not loaded]
CddbMusicIDWinamp.dll (901kb) [not loaded]
CddbPlaylist2Winamp.dll (1017kb) [not loaded]
CDDBUIWinamp.dll (1021kb) [not loaded]
CddbWOManagerWinamp.dll (377kb) [not loaded]
Cddbx1.dll (221kb) [not loaded]
Cddbx2.dll (585kb) [not loaded]
Cddbx3.dll (637kb) [not loaded]
Cddbx4.dll (269kb) [not loaded]
Cddbx5.dll (381kb) [not loaded]

<< Summary of installed plugins >>

16 Input plugins installed
3 Output plugins installed
4 Visualisation plugins installed
1 DSP plugin installed
8 General Purpose plugins installed
16 Media Library plugins installed
3 Portable Media Player plugins installed
5 Encoder plugins installed

Total: 56 plugins installed


************************************************************
************************************************************


Associated Winamp file extensions list

<< Reported extensions from Winamp >>

AVI
CDA
MPG
MPEG
M2V
AVI
FLAC
FLV
MID
MIDI
RMI
KAR
MIZ
MKV
MOD
MDZ
NST
STM
STZ
S3M
S3Z
IT
ITZ
XM
XMZ
MTM
ULT
669
FAR
AMF
OKT
PTM
MP3
MP2
MP1
AAC
VLB
M4A
MP4
NSV
NSA
SWF
OGG
AIFF
AU
AVR
CAF
HTK
IFF
MAT
PAF
PVF
RAW
RF64
SD2
SDS
SF
VOC
W64
WAV
WVE
XI
WMA
WMV
ASF
< Playlist Formats >
M3U
PLS
M3U8
B4S
ASX
WPL

<< Reported extensions from each input plugin >>
(This should match with Winamp's listing excluding playlist formats)

in_avi.dll AVI

in_cdda.dll CDA

in_dshow.dll MPG MPEG M2V AVI

in_flac.dll FLAC

in_flv.dll FLV

in_linein.dll No extensions reported

in_midi.dll MID MIDI RMI KAR MIZ

in_mkv.dll MKV

in_mod.dll MOD MDZ NST STM STZ S3M S3Z IT ITZ XM XMZ MTM ULT 669 FAR AMF OKT PTM

in_mp3.dll MP3 MP2 MP1 AAC VLB

in_mp4.dll M4A MP4

in_nsv.dll NSV NSA

in_swf.dll SWF

in_vorbis.dll OGG

in_wave.dll AIFF AU AVR CAF HTK IFF MAT PAF PVF RAW RF64 SD2 SDS SF VOC W64 WAV WVE XI

in_wm.dll WMA WMV ASF


************************************************************
************************************************************


Listing of installed input plugins (in_*) and the relevent apis which they indicate that they
support to allow you to see how well the plugin is likely to work with different Winamp builds.

Note: This is a best guess at how well the plugins shown should work with Winamp and until
you actually use the plugins with Winamp in normal use you will not otherwise know.


A * means the plugin has support for metadata queries on a file (2.9+)
A # means the plugin supports saving modified metadata via Winamp apis (2.9+)
A % means the plugin supports the unified file info dialog and a '%+' shows it adds its own pages (5.5+)
A || means the plugin supports the api_decoder used for transcoding/replaygain/etc (5.34+)

A || means the plugin supports the api_decoder used for transcoding/replaygain/etc (5.34+)
and '(Seekable)' indicates extra support in processing of audio data via api_decoder

A {} around a symbol means the plugin supports the unicode version of the api


in_avi.dll {*} {#}
in_cdda.dll {*} {#} %+ ||
in_dshow.dll * #
in_flac.dll {*} {#} %+ {||}
in_flv.dll {*} {#}
in_linein.dll
in_midi.dll * #
in_mkv.dll {*} {#}
in_mod.dll * # ||
in_mp3.dll {*} {#} %+ {||} (Seekable)
in_mp4.dll {*} {#} % {||} (Seekable)
in_nsv.dll * #
in_swf.dll {*} {#}
in_vorbis.dll {*} {#} %+ {||} (Seekable)
in_wave.dll * # || (Seekable)
in_wm.dll {*} {#} %+ {||}


Summary:

'One for Nunz' found 16 installed input plugins in 'C:\Program Files\Winamp\Plugins'
93% (15) of the plugins installed provide the needed 5.x api ("winampGetExtendedFileInfo(..)
or winampGetExtendedFileInfoW(..)") to allow the formats provided by the plugins to work with
most of Winamp 5.x's features (more important with higher versions).
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Old 15th April 2010, 20:50   #7
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well i can't see anything weird with your setup so i can only presume it's an OS incompatibility. will have to see if i still have the bits needed to test on win2k (unless someone else can) though i'm sure there were gui issues betweeen xp and win2k that we had fixed unless it's broken with recent clients.

may also be an idea to backup your files and do a complete uninstall and re-install (is information on how to do that without losing file data in the main forum sticky i believe).

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Old 15th April 2010, 21:13   #8
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I completely uninstalled WinAMP and then reinstalled it again and I still have these problems. In fact, WinAMP is now barely usable on my computer and extremely slow. Many of my MP3s have been stripped of information like Year, Composer and Publisher. Great.

What was the last WinAMP successfully tested with Windows 2000.
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Old 15th April 2010, 22:28   #9
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it shouldn't have removed anything physically from the media files (unless it's just what was in the database though there are meant to be instructions on how to backup that data with the uninstall process guide in the stickies).

i really can't remember an exact version other than it being an early 5.5x release. then again i'd also see if the display issues are present under a classic skin instead of bento/other modern skins to see if the skinning engine has any effect on the matter.

i'm still surprised the client is allowed to install on such an old OS when there's no testing done on it (was one of the things that led to the drop of the win9x OSes along with trying to get better unicode support into the player) and is even harder to give support on something we're not able to directly test on (but will see what we can do to help in this case).

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Old 16th April 2010, 01:33   #10
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I seem to keep having my posts not go through for some reason. Huh.

anyway, I think the reason my mp3s are missing some of their information (genres, years, etc.) is because those mp3s were edited on winamp during a three month long period at the end of last year where "Update File Tag(s) if Supported" wasn't checked off.

Also, for some reason, sometimes while editing my ID3 tags in WinAMP I get one of those "Winamp has encountered an error and must close" errors. Since I have to go back and re-add information to hundreds of files, I've seen it three times in the past few hours. I've never received an error like that ever before from Winamp on this computer. It's quite similar to this post except I don't think I have that plugin. If its my speakers, I don't have any in right now, I plug my headphones into the speaker jack. But what would that anything to do with ID3 tags?

As I stated before even though I just went through a now-problematic uninstall/reinstall of Winamp, i'm still having the problems I previously described, which only started appearing last week or so. I've never installed plugins or anything like that, so the fact that these problems began happening suddenly is worrisome for me. Essentially, uninstalling and reinstalling Winamp made my problems even worse.

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Old 16th April 2010, 04:35   #11
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Ok, now i'm getting even more upset. I just got YET ANOTHER error message while editing my ID3 tags inside WinAMP. I did manage to take a screen cap of it.

As you can see, I was editing an ID3 tag when the upper right hand panel goes blank and then I get that error message.

Not only that, but my problems from my first post are still problems. As I mentioned above, this whole error thing never happened before I did the complete uninstall and reinstall.

What is happening to my WinAMP???? It's become pretty much unusable because of this and because of that, I have uninstalled it.

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Old 16th April 2010, 11:21   #12
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i really don't know why/how that error message is happening as doing a clean install shouldn't have caused the issues you're seeing and it was http://forums.winamp.com/showthread....d=161361#clean that you followed when doing it?

also what happens when using a classic skin ie not Bento/Winamp Modern ? i've briefly managed to get my old win2k install running and i'm not experiencing an issue with Winamp under it though if you're saying it's only recent started then i can only wonder if something else is interfering with the player. also when you say it only recent started, it wasn't after an upgrade was it (wasn't clear from you initial posts) ?

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Old 16th April 2010, 13:07   #13
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nope. I hqven't upgraded Winamp recently. I think I upgraded to the latest version of Winamp sometime last year.

I did follow the clean install. After I ran the uninstaller, I went into Program Files and deleted the Winamp file, the only thing in which was msvcr90.dll. %AppData%\Winamp was already gone

I'm going to re-install it and use the Classic Skin. I can edit ID3 tags in that right? That's kind of my top priority right now.
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Old 16th April 2010, 13:12   #14
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yes you can edit tags under a classic skin

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Old 16th April 2010, 18:09   #15
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was removing msvcr90.dll after deletion a bad thing? Should I have done that?

I'm going to edit ID3 under 3 conditions
1. Without playing any music
2. While playing music
3. While playing music after last.fm puts the audioscrobbler plugin into Winamp (Last.fm users will know what i'm talking about)

Basically, i'll be able to find what action is causing my ID3 problems. If there's no problem editing, then the problem lays with the Bento and Modern Skins, I guess

I still don't know why exactly this ID3 problem started after I re-installed Winamp.
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Old 16th April 2010, 18:15   #16
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3. While playing music after last.fm puts the audioscrobbler plugin into Winamp (Last.fm users will know what i'm talking about)
i don't know what version of the last.fm plug-in is running but the tests should be done without that plug-in installed until everything else has been verified as working as it's a 3rd party plug-in and so doesn't get official support (especially when if it is the cause of client issues). though as i've sort of had things to do with it http://nunzioweb.com/daz/AudioScrobbler/ may be of use (though it's independant of the client version that you seem to have installed from what i can tell from the plug-in's list.

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was removing msvcr90.dll after deletion a bad thing?
from my understanding that is handled differently on win2k installs but the installer should correctly place it where it's required so shouldn't be a problem (i hope).

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Old 16th April 2010, 19:01   #17
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if it's the last.fm plugin than it's going to be a bad thing for me: That's the main reason I listen to music on computers at all. If I go to Tools>Get Plugin... in the last.fm menu, it sends me through a wizard to install the plug in for WinAMP. I seriously don't think this is the problem.

I mean, am I seriously the only person to ever have this problem with editing ID3 tags/error messages? (excluding the other post I found, where the reason why didn't affect me)? Like I said it only started to occur after I uninstalled/reinstalled Winamp the way you requested.
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Old 16th April 2010, 20:25   #18
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i really don't know/understand why you've had more issues from the uninstall/re-install as that pretty much resolves issues for everyone when that's done and it's only in rare cases (this is the first i've seen in a few years) that things get worse.

as you're using their client then i suppose you're using the features it provides instead of just the scrobbling aspect (which the standalone version provides). it's more that if the issue is from last.fm (as has been the case a number of times in the past) that it needs to first be ensured that the Winamp install is valid.

why it's gone worse for you i just do not know and without the machine in front of me i'm not sure what else to do so am hoping someone else can offer a suggestion on the matter.

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Old 16th April 2010, 20:50   #19
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The WinAMP install is valid. I got it off the official site.

Of course, this all depends on whether or not I get an error while editing my ID3 tags while listening to music that is being scrobbled by last.fm. Mind you, the errors seem random: the 6 times I see them, they don't happen near the halfway point of a song (which is when Winamp scrobbles the play). I think it might be a problem with Bento and Winamp Modern skins.

The two earlier problems I had that I took screencaps with don't happen in Winamp Classic, but they did in Bento (as the screencaps will testify to) and Winamp Modern.
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Old 16th April 2010, 21:56   #20
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when i said 'valid' i meant working correctly as i hadn't considered a download from another site.

the crash with the fileinfo area going blank has reminded me of something which at the moment i think i fixed in the player after the 5.572 release but i'm not 100% sure at the moment.

obviously it'd be nice for another win2k user to chirp in with anything they can offer but will see if i can do something towards some test exe/dlls to work with.

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Old 16th April 2010, 23:25   #21
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OK, I just finished editing all my ID3 tags that needed to be edited. I did most of them in Classic Skin, but while listening to music with the last.fm plugin.

So, looks like its not Last.fm...

In fact I haven't seen any problems with Classic Skin (well actually, when I have the ID3 tag edit window open and I click on another application like Firefox and then go back to Winamp, I only get the ID3 tag edit window and won't get Winamp back until I right click Winamp in my task-bar and select maximize, or actually finish editing the ID3 tag. This merely annoying, not worrying. I don't think its anything).

So I guess i'm stuck with the Classic Skin, then. It works, but I find this whole series of events very strange.

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the crash with the fileinfo area going blank has reminded me of something which at the moment i think i fixed in the player after the 5.572 release but i'm not 100% sure at the moment.
Could you - or anyone else on this site - remember this in more detail? Aside from the update thing, how was it initially remedied?

I would also like some more Windows 2000 people (not many of you I guess?) to chirp in here. This is really perplexing.

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Old 17th April 2010, 06:15   #22
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hey does anyone know where the "Add Media To Library" option is in the Winamp Classic Skin? I can't find it.
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Old 18th April 2010, 21:31   #23
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nevermind, I found it.

Another question I have is, has anyone ever re-installed Winamp and noticed some music sounds different (as in lower quality-sound and/or less louder and/or flat and/or kind of filtered sounding)? I've never messed with the equalizer or plugins ever in either my old install of Winamp or the new Winamp install. Am I just hearing things?

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Old 19th April 2010, 13:01   #24
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So I guess i'm stuck with the Classic Skin, then. It works, but I find this whole series of events very strange.

Could you - or anyone else on this site - remember this in more detail? Aside from the update thing, how was it initially remedied?

...

This is really perplexing.
i'll agree it is perplexing as i'm struggling to see what is different with the recent version of the player from the last version i'd actively run under win2k.

i've been trying to go through all of the code/file patches i've submitted and i'm not able to find anything relating to what i was thinking i'd done unless i've just not logged it down clearly with the changes i've been submitting.

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