Old 11th June 2005, 16:53   #1
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Playlist Scroll behavior

I noticed a small bug.
When I open the file info (alt+3) for a file in the playlist, then when I close it again the playlist should still be able to do scrolling with the mousewheel, but now it only reacts to slider and arrow buttons. Closing and opening the playlist, minimizing WinAMP and minimizing the playlist all restore the scrolling functionality.

Using WinAMP 5092 on

Windows XP SP2 english with DirectX 9.0c
AMD XP 3200+
1024 MB RAM
ABIT NF7-S (using onboard sound solution).

Hope this is reproduceable so it's just not me who's crazy

[Edit --> DJ Egg]
Sorry, it must be you who's crazy ;-)
Confirm a clean install of 5.092 with no 3rd-party plugins
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Old 12th June 2005, 11:48   #2
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Re: Playlist Scroll behavior

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Originally posted by daniel_einstein
... the playlist should still be able to do scrolling with the mousewheel ...
Are you sure you mean the Playlist and not the Media Library ??

This is ML behaviour, though I've never tracked down exactly what causes it.

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Yes, it loses focus in ML > Playlists, but scrollwheel works again after regaining focus (ie. after left-clicking in ML > Playlists > {Playlist} > right pane)
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Old 12th June 2005, 18:56   #3
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Hmm, my install doesn't get any cleaner than this.
I don't use any 3rd party plugins. And the main reason for changing to WinAMP 5 was because of DRM wma playback.
I'm not a fan of the ML wich means I just use it to make one big playlist(PL).

I don't want to reinstall it again since I just reinstalled 5092 to keep up. But I've enclosed my settings file. Maybe it's my combination of settings that causes this behavior in the playlist(PL).

EDIT** Poked more around, and it seems the behavior only can be reproduced on Vorbis files (ogg). And since the main part of my music is in that format I thought it was just a general behavior. I've tested wma and mp3 they work fine
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Old 12th June 2005, 20:11   #4
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Prefs > Plugins > Input > Nullsoft Vorbis Decoder (in_vorbis.dll) > config:

Display tab: checkmark "non-blocking info editor windows"
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Old 12th June 2005, 20:25   #5
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Prefs > Plugins > Input > Nullsoft Vorbis Decoder (in_vorbis.dll) > config:

Display tab: checkmark "non-blocking info editor windows"
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