Old 13th November 2011, 23:04   #1
Disissam
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Win 7 & explorer, help

Hey everyone,

Previous to Win 7, I used to be able to open entire directories which contained mp3 files, using the right mouse button and hitting "play in winamp".

This feature is no longer available in Win 7, how can I get it back??

Also is it possible to import winamp playlists from another computer.

e.g.

Say I have a playlist on my PC on the D disk, with all mp3 files on the same disk. And I want to copy this playlist to my laptop which has all the same files, but on a C disk. Can I just adjust this or do I manually have to get the playlist together all over?

Thanks!!!
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Old 13th November 2011, 23:45   #2
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For the context menus go to :

Prefs > File Types > Windows Explorer Settings > Show Winamp actions ...


Regarding playlists.

These depend entirely on the pathname, so provided the files have the same folder structure on both machines in would just be a case of opening the playlist in NotePad and doing a 'Replace all' to change the drive letter ( D:\ > C:\ ) if necessary.

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