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Old 6th April 2014, 17:40   #3
MeCasa
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Originally Posted by DrO View Post
unless the vis plug-in provides such things (which AVS and Milkdrop do not), then you're not going to see any onscreen controls (is only with video playback that it's provided). the most the natively shipped vis plug-ins provide is forwarding of key presses to Winamp to allow for things like the volume to be changed.
My bad, I always thought that controls were part of the player and not of any particular visualization.

Sorry for my ignorance but I want to insure that I understand the term 'native' although I assume that native is visualizations supplied by WinAmp.

If memory serves, MilkDrop would be a third party visualization format, therefore my problem

Am I close?
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