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Old 17th March 2011, 09:15   #4
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based on what you put in your first post, the menu shown is the base menu resource so if there's nothing else being added then something is obviously preventing the addition of other menu items which points more at a Wine issue. Winamp doesn't have any code in it that checks for Wine so it's not a deliberate sabotage plus when i briefly tried it out a few months ago myself the send-to menu was there (ignoring the annoying Window positioning bug that's present from Wine/X integration). so i'd have to assume it's either a regression on Wine's side or the version you're using isn't built properly.

only viable solution is to use it on Windows or really it'd be better to use one of the many native linux media players which shouldn't have such issues.

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