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Old 25th March 2012, 15:36   #11
DrO
 
Join Date: Sep 2003
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it's what i thought was happening and is working as would be expected in the scenario shown.

by unchecking 'Play in Winamp' and 'Enqueue in Winamp' you're removing any of the default file handlers and since 'Set Enqueue & Play as the default file action' is not checked, then there is nothing set in the Windows registry for mp3 (and other files) to be associated to Winamp.

maybe it shouldn't be allowed to be unchecked but then that goes against the purpose of allowing people the control they want for such things. i have made a note to look into it as time allows to make sure there isn't a bug in the handling or if something can be done but from what i remember of the implementation of things, i really don't see there being any change which can be done which then doesn't violate the way file associations are setup in Windows.

-daz
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