I'm using Winamp 5.111 and in_cue.dll v0.5b.
I have a some .CUE + FLAC/APE (actually I prefer to encode APE) albums ripped, it's all ok, when listening the whole album from the beginning to the end, but when I use shuffle or just listen to single tracks on an album, it gets really annoying when Winamp doesn't distinguish 12:00:70 (or 12:00:99 for that matter) from 12:00:00. There are only two options, 12:00 or 12:01, nothing between them.
At first, I thought it was in_cue plugin's issue, but then I tested with just only .WAV (whitout .cue) and CTRL+J and got the same result.
So I concluded that
1) winamp doesn't care about 100th of seconds
2) in 'Jump in Time' dialog the formatted text field just filtered out the last :xx, but otherwise winamp DOES support centiseconds BUT in_cue.dll doesn't?
Extract from cue file:
TRACK 03 AUDIO
TITLE "Walk All Over You"
INDEX 01 06:51:40
TRACK 04 AUDIO
TITLE "Touch Too Much"
INDEX 01 12:00:70
I searched for an option in winamp preferences and plugins' configurations, I googled for an hour, I tested with other players (other players hadn't such problem), I tested with winamp 5.094.. which, btw, seemed to have issues with in_cue.. nevermind that, old version anyway. I couldn't find it on wishlist either, so it's just my imagination?
While googling, I found a 4 year old thread
which had been just ignored and locked. Well, ok, huge blue text didn't appear too attractive to me either, I can understand why he was ignored. Still that "CTRL+J" answer implies that the moderator never read it through? OR were there centiseconds in old winamps? OR they are still there and in my ignorance I have misconfigured/screwed up my winamp?
Since I concluded that current winamp doesn't really have what I need, I decided to post it into Wishlist forum. Sorry if I'm wrong.
Anyways, I have used winamp for 6 years and wouldn't want to replace it with anything, I just love it. So please help me fix this problem :)