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Old 13th May 2018, 15:33   #3
sourfunnyhuh
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Ya indeed, thanks. That seems to have worked for now.

In my portable case it was the ...Winamp\Data\Winamp\winamp.ini file that had to be edited as you suggest.

I just wonder - making this file read-only - this means nothing else can be written to this file - thus if this file hosts Winamps settings (the user-editable ones from Winamp's UI) then that means that from Winamp's UI I can no longer make changes to those settings as the file is read-only and it will not accept being written to. Huh?
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