Re: Winamp question

2017-08-01 Thread Joe Paton
Hi Robert, so you don't have a general purpose, or media library group of plug ins? On two machines here, there are six groups of plug ins. I don't know how to help in this case. Hope you get things sorted out. Joe Joe Paton telephone: 01702 543624 Mobile: 0 7 9 6 7 3 8 2 9 6 4 web site:

Re: Winamp question

2017-07-30 Thread Chris Skarstad
Hi Under dsp/effect, there should be a section called media library. I would hesitate to delete or remove any of these plugins unless you're absolutely sure you want to get rid of them. The absolutely safest thing to do is to hit alt plus l and hide the media library window

Re: Winamp question

2017-07-30 Thread Donald L. Roberts
Joe, Thanks so much for the response to my inquiry. I do not find the media library plug in of which you speak. The groups I see are input, output, visualization, bst effect, and visualization. I went through each of those groups and found nothing remotely close to what you mentioned.

Re: Winamp question

2017-07-27 Thread kim kelly aka hotcate
that will help all of us with that problem. Kim Kelly Brooks; Neligh Nebraska. Have a wonderful day. - Original Message - From: "Joe Paton" <j...@vi-ability.org.uk> To: "PC Audio Discussion List" <pc-audio@pc-audio.org> Sent: Thursday, July 27,

Re: Winamp question

2017-07-27 Thread Joe Paton
press control p for prefferences. go down to media library plug ins. remove the on-line services plug in. That should fix it. I'm not sure that this is the exact plug in, but there are 16 loaded at startup on this instalation so you may need trial and error. Joe Paton telephone: 01702

Re: Winamp question

2017-07-26 Thread kim kelly aka hotcate
I honestly have no idea, but; try the "winamp for the blind" list and see if anyone knows, also; if you are with serotek they might know on sero or system access. Kim Kelly Brooks; Neligh Nebraska. Have a wonderful day. - Original Message - From: "Donald L. Roberts"

RE: winamp question for a friend

2014-09-18 Thread Barry Chapman
Hi Michael, I don't really know about not playing all the songs, but there is a setting in Winamp to stop after each song. Regarding not playing the songs in order, there is a shuffle mode which is toggled on and off by pressing the letter s. Regards, Barry Chapman -Original Message-

Re: Winamp Question

2013-08-15 Thread Macboy
Hello, I subscribe to Sky F M and how I change my listening settings is by going to Google and typing in Sky FM listening settings. There you will find a page that is the listening settings page. Check the player you want and go down to save settings button. Not sure if this will work if you

Re: Winamp question

2013-03-11 Thread Sunshine
the latest i know of is 5.7 - Original Message - From: Nancy Shackelford ladym74...@netcommander.com To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Monday, March 11, 2013 7:15 AM Subject: Winamp question What's the latest version? I'm on a site which appears to be the site of

Re: Winamp question

2013-03-11 Thread stewart ross
hi whats the best winamp to use for windows 7 with jaws 12? from stewart www.laserhothits.co.uk - Original Message - From: Sunshine sunsh...@abe.midco.net To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Monday, March 11, 2013 3:05 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question the latest i

Re: Winamp question

2013-03-11 Thread Sunshine
I have winamp 5.7 insallled on windows 7 - Original Message - From: stewart ross stewartr...@sky.com To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Monday, March 11, 2013 10:25 AM Subject: Re: Winamp question hi whats the best winamp to use for windows 7 with jaws 12? from

Re: Winamp question

2013-03-11 Thread Nancy Shackelford
, 2013 10:05 AM Subject: Re: Winamp question : the latest i know of is 5.7 : - Original Message - : From: Nancy Shackelford ladym74...@netcommander.com : To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org : Sent: Monday, March 11, 2013 7:15 AM : Subject: Winamp question : : : What's

RE: winamp question

2011-06-12 Thread Quinten Pendle
Haha, glad I could help. Enjoy Ireland for me. :) TC Quinten Pendle -Original Message- From: joe bollard [mailto:joebolla...@eircom.net] Sent: 12 June 2011 12:34 PM To: pc -audio Subject: winamp question gotcha thanks quintin, it works, one happy irishman, take care, travel safely,

Re: Winamp Question

2011-01-30 Thread Kelly Pierce
Dave, On windows XP machines, the newer Winamp versions place the bookmark file in the path documents and settings/primary user configuration\application data\winamp. Many peple set up owner as their system administrator. If your identity is something different, use that identity. Kelly On

RE: Winamp question

2011-01-26 Thread David Truong
Hi Mate, The CD ripping facilities can be found in the Winamp library. -Original Message- From: pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of DJ DOCTOR P Sent: Friday, 21 May 2010 11:20 AM To: PC Audio Discussion List Subject: Re: Winamp question High

RE: winamp question

2011-01-26 Thread David Truong
Hi Mate, You probably unregistered the wa4jfw.dll file which is used by Jaws to talk to Winamp directly. Using the windows run command try the following: Regsvr32 C:\WINDOWS\system32\wa4jfw.dll All being well, the dll file should be registered properly and your jaws volume functions etc should

Re: Winamp Question

2011-01-26 Thread Howard T
This is just my experience and thoughts: In the past, I have found the winamp.bm file (this is--or was--the file containing the bookmarks) and copied it to another computer via a floppy disk, memory stick, or my LAN. now-a-days, with microsoft screwing with us, it can be difficult to find

Re: Winamp Question

2011-01-25 Thread Jacob
Hi Dave! If you don't a way in the Winamp menus try to make a search for Winamp.bm and Winamp.bm8. Make a copy and place them in the same folder on the other computer. On my PC I found the files in C:\users\My name\Appdata\roaming\Winamp. If you can't find the files set Windows to show

Re: Winamp question

2010-05-22 Thread Rob Tabor
you are taking a deliberate choice as to whether you want to burn an audio CD or a data CD. HTH Rob Tabor - Original Message - From: DJ DOCTOR P djdoct...@att.net To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Friday, May 21, 2010 10:17 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question Hello

Re: Winamp question

2010-05-22 Thread DJ DOCTOR P
problems playing CD's using WMP. Any ideas about this? John. - Original Message - From: Rob Tabor rob.ta...@sbcglobal.net To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Saturday, May 22, 2010 9:53 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question Good evening, John. Do you activate the rip

RE: Winamp question

2010-05-21 Thread Joe Paton
Dave, In WMP 10 press control-shift-g to speed the picture video playback. Joe To unsubscribe from this list, send a blank email to: pc-audio-unsubscr...@pc-audio.org

Re: Winamp question

2010-05-21 Thread Rob Tabor
for guidance on that question. HTH Rob Tabor - Original Message - From: DJ DOCTOR P djdoct...@att.net To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2010 8:20 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question High Chris, That's one reason why I don't use WMP. Winamp has

Re: Winamp question

2010-05-21 Thread DJ DOCTOR P
Message - From: Rob Tabor rob.ta...@sbcglobal.net To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Friday, May 21, 2010 9:56 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question Hi, John. What version of WMP do you have on your PC? I use Version 11 and it burns CD's just fine, although I usually have

Re: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Joe Paton
Dave, go to winamp prefferences. start at the top of the tree with the home key. arrow down to file types. tab through the options and select the all button Now go back to the tree view, and arrow down to video. Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate. See if that

RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Dave McElroy WA6BEF
[mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Joe Paton Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2010 1:21 AM To: PC Audio Discussion List Subject: Re: Winamp question Dave, go to winamp prefferences. start at the top of the tree with the home key. arrow down to file types. tab through the options and select

RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Joe Paton
: Thursday, May 20, 2010 1:21 AM To: PC Audio Discussion List Subject: Re: Winamp question Dave, go to winamp prefferences. start at the top of the tree with the home key. arrow down to file types. tab through the options and select the all button Now go back to the tree view, and arrow down

RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Dave McElroy WA6BEF
Windows Media player, I.E. it won't fast forward or rewind. -Original Message- From: pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Joe Paton Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2010 1:54 PM To: PC Audio Discussion List Subject: RE: Winamp question At 19:07 20/05/2010

RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Christopher Chaltain
...@gmail.com -Original Message- From: pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Dave McElroy WA6BEF Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2010 4:37 PM To: 'PC Audio Discussion List' Subject: RE: Winamp question Well the simple fact is that AVI does not ppear

Re: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Tom Kaufman
...@gmail.com To: 'PC Audio Discussion List' pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2010 8:46 PM Subject: RE: Winamp question I'm running Winamp 5.572, and I do see AVI as a supported file type. It's listed in the Winamp preferences in the file types list. When I click on an AVI file

Re: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread DJ DOCTOR P
, May 20, 2010 8:46 PM Subject: RE: Winamp question I'm running Winamp 5.572, and I do see AVI as a supported file type. It's listed in the Winamp preferences in the file types list. When I click on an AVI file in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player that comes up and plays it. Did you

RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Christopher Chaltain
copy on my system. -- Christopher chalt...@gmail.com -Original Message- From: pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Tom Kaufman Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2010 8:16 PM To: PC Audio Discussion List Subject: Re: Winamp question Hello list: My

RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Christopher Chaltain
. -- Christopher chalt...@gmail.com -Original Message- From: pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of DJ DOCTOR P Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2010 8:20 PM To: PC Audio Discussion List Subject: Re: Winamp question High Chris, That's one reason why

Re: winamp question

2010-01-05 Thread Chris Hallsworth
Go to www.winamp.com/player. Chris Hallsworth e-mail: christopher...@googlemail.com MSN: ch9...@hotmail.com Skype: chrishallsworth7266 I am also on Facebook. On 05/01/2010 18:51, Michael Amaro wrote: Hello listers, Does some one have the download link to the latest version of winamp? I know

Re: winamp question

2010-01-05 Thread Michael Amaro
thanks - Original Message - From: Chris Hallsworth christopher...@googlemail.com To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Tuesday, January 05, 2010 12:41 PM Subject: Re: winamp question Go to www.winamp.com/player. Chris Hallsworth e-mail: christopher

Re: Winamp Question

2009-09-16 Thread iram shabbir
there is another problem with this winamp. i installed it successfully. but after some days when i play some file the volume is very low. the volume of jaws is very high in comparison to it. tell me wat to do. regards - Original Message - From: Ketan Kothari muktake...@gmail.com To: PC

RE: Winamp Question

2009-09-16 Thread Chris Hallsworth
[mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of iram shabbir Sent: 16 September 2009 10:07 AM To: PC Audio Discussion List Subject: Re: Winamp Question there is another problem with this winamp. i installed it successfully. but after some days when i play some file the volume is very low

Re: Winamp Question

2009-09-16 Thread Tom Kaufman
Also..the down arrow and up arrow keys turn Winamp's volume up and down up arrow turns it up; down arrow turns it down..but you probably already figured that out--smile! Tom Kaufman To unsubscribe from this list, send a blank email to: pc-audio-unsubscr...@pc-audio.org

Re: Winamp Question

2009-09-16 Thread iram shabbir
thank u for such quick reply. i will do and then respond - Original Message - From: Tom Kaufman tomca...@comcast.net To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 7:08 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Also..the down arrow and up arrow keys turn

RE: Winamp Question

2009-09-16 Thread Matthew
Here is something to try. Go into win amp preferences and check and see that the output plug in is configured to something. Long shot but worth a try. -Original Message- From: pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Ketan Kothari Sent: Wednesday,

Re: Winamp Question

2009-09-15 Thread Matthew_2010
I installed this very same version of Winamp just a couple of weeks ago. Before going any further, did you follow the JFW installation instructions from within the jaws help files under the topic of Winamp? I'm thinking you did not associate any files to be played with Winamp. The important

Re: Winamp Question

2009-09-15 Thread Bruce Toews
If Winamp is opening, it's clearly not a file associations issue, otherwise Winamp would not open. My guess is that your sound has been muted at some point. If you're using JAWS, try alt+control+slash to set your volume to 100%. I'm not sure what the equivalent command is with other screen

Re: Winamp Question

2009-09-15 Thread Bruce Toews
Sorry, instead of saying your sounds have been muted, I should say your Winamp volume has likely been turned down. Bruce On Tue, 15 Sep 2009, Bruce Toews wrote: If Winamp is opening, it's clearly not a file associations issue, otherwise Winamp would not open. My guess is that your sound has

Re: winamp question

2009-08-16 Thread Brian Olesen
macata...@cox.net To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2009 10:56 PM Subject: Re: winamp question Brian, Here is what I copied from the Insert key W hot key list, in Win Amp 5.56: To pan 50% left, press ALT+CTRL+J, To center sound, press ALT+CTRL+K

Re: winamp question

2009-08-15 Thread Roger Stewart
Well, most of what you want are just Winamp's own hotkeys and will work whether you use Jaws or anything or no screen reader at all. Up and Down arrows control voluneand left and right arrow keys control pan. If Jaws is running the correct script everything should speak and there are a few

Re: winamp question

2009-08-15 Thread Brian Olesen
- Original Message - From: Roger Stewart paga...@wi.rr.com To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2009 10:24 PM Subject: Re: winamp question Well, most of what you want are just Winamp's own hotkeys and will work whether you use Jaws or anything

Re: winamp question

2009-08-15 Thread Mac Norins
Brian, Here is what I copied from the Insert key W hot key list, in Win Amp 5.56: To pan 50% left, press ALT+CTRL+J, To center sound, press ALT+CTRL+K, To pan 50% right, press ALT+CTRL+L, To pan 100% right, press ALT+CTRL+SEMI COLON . I think you may want to have a file running, to be able to

Re: Winamp question with windoweyes

2009-03-23 Thread Chris Hallsworth
Hi I don't think Winamp supports DVD playback. Also press alt+f to activate the Winamp menu. -- Chris Hallsworth e-mail: christopher...@googlemail.com MSN: ch9...@hotmail.com Skype: chrishallsworth7266 - Original Message - From: Jed Barton j...@jedbarton.com To: pc-audio@pc-audio.org

Re: Winamp question with windoweyes

2009-03-23 Thread demir
If you press tab, you will have check box wich says do not show this again. Demir Ajvazi! MSN: demir_z...@hotmail.com SKYPE: demir-2007 PRIVATE 4SHARED: http://demir1.4shared.com - Original Message - From: Jed Barton j...@jedbarton.com To: pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Sunday, March 22,

Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread stewart ross
-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2008 12:48 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi. Also, the winamp site itself is easy enough to navigate. http://winamp.com - Original Message - From: Steve Pattison [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Tuesday

Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread James Scholes
/listen.pls email [EMAIL PROTECTED] msn [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype stewartross - Original Message - From: valiant8086 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2008 12:48 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi. Also, the winamp site

Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread stewart ross
[EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 4:17 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi Stewart, Right-click the link, choose properties, then from the dialog box that pops up, just copy and paste the URL. On Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 12

Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread James Scholes
://laserhothits.servemp3.com:8130/listen.pls email [EMAIL PROTECTED] msn [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype stewartross - Original Message - From: James Scholes [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 4:17 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi

Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread stewart ross
Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 5:34 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi Stewart, Right-click in JAWS is number-pad star, then arrow up to properties, and find the URL field with the arrow keys once you've pressed enter on the properties menu item. Then go

RE: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread Ibby Karbhari
To: PC Audio Discussion List Subject: Re: Winamp Question hi james thanks for that i will du that now and let u no how i get on from stewart tune in to http://laserhothits.servemp3.com:8130/listen.pls email [EMAIL PROTECTED] msn [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype stewartross - Original Message - From

Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-12 Thread valiant8086
Hi. Also, the winamp site itself is easy enough to navigate. http://winamp.com - Original Message - From: Steve Pattison [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2008 5:08 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi Tiffany, The latest

Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-11 Thread Steve Pattison
Hi Tiffany, The latest version of Winamp which is version 5.541 can be downloaded from www.whitestick.co.uk/progs/winamp5541_full.exe This is a direct link to the file. From: Tiffany Gordon [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Where can I get the latest Winamp

Captchas Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-18 Thread Wes Derby
Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi Lary. I know this is a couple days late, but sometimes that does happen. But the important thing is this. The very best way to solve the problem is to try to contact the developers, send them some info about your error message and anything else that might

Re: Captchas Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-18 Thread Chris Skarstad
12, 2007 3:40 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi Lary. I know this is a couple days late, but sometimes that does happen. But the important thing is this. The very best way to solve the problem is to try to contact the developers, send them some info about your error message and anything

Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-13 Thread Larry N
Thanks Chris. I'll do that then. Larry - Original Message - From: Chris Skarstad [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Friday, October 12, 2007 6:40 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi Lary. I know this is a couple days late, but sometimes that does

Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-13 Thread Larry N
Thanks Albert and everyone else for your suggestions. Larry - Original Message - From: albert griffith [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: 'PC Audio Discussion List' pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 12:39 AM Subject: RE: Winamp Question With Winamp, people believe they've

Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-12 Thread Chris Skarstad
Hi Lary. I know this is a couple days late, but sometimes that does happen. But the important thing is this. The very best way to solve the problem is to try to contact the developers, send them some info about your error message and anything else that might be necessary. The best advice any

Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-12 Thread anthony campbell
hi larry, try the new version 5.5 and install the lite edition. hth anthony - Original Message - From: Chris Skarstad [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Friday, October 12, 2007 11:40 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi Lary. I know

RE: Winamp Question

2007-10-12 Thread albert griffith
Of Chris Skarstad Sent: Friday, October 12, 2007 5:40 PM To: PC Audio Discussion List Subject: Re: Winamp Question Hi Lary. I know this is a couple days late, but sometimes that does happen. But the important thing is this. The very best way to solve the problem is to try to contact the developers, send

Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-12 Thread Lisa hayes
[EMAIL PROTECTED] To: 'PC Audio Discussion List' pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 2:39 PM Subject: RE: Winamp Question With Winamp, people believe they've uninstalled it when they haven't. it leaves folders with plug-ins and other data in them. Open program files

Re: winamp question

2007-07-18 Thread Sarah
If you are in the winamp main window hiting B will switch you forward and Z will switch you backword. If you are in a folder just hit enter on the next piece yu want to play. SAG - Original Message - From: Michael Amaro [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list.

Re: Winamp Question

2007-05-10 Thread Sarah
I do the same as jaws is having a bi of rouble with my time markers. I'll past it in to notepad. example the boneseter's daughter disk 9 22:43 SAG :I use Window-eyes and what I do is before stopping the file I press : Control J which reads out the elapsed time of the track. Then I : remember

Re: Winamp Question

2007-05-10 Thread Bobcat
If you have Jaws, you can set bookmarks in Winamp. If not, use the jump to time command in Winamp and remember where you left off. - Original Message - From: Ketan Kothari [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2007 8:20 AM

Re: Winamp Question

2007-05-09 Thread Rob
setting winamp markers using Jaws. set time marker= M jump to time marker= alt+shift+M remove time marker= ctrl+shift+M You can find many more hot keys by pressing insert+W while in winamp. - Original Message - From: Ketan Kothari [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list.

Re: Winamp Question

2007-05-09 Thread Steve Pattison
I use Window-eyes and what I do is before stopping the file I press Control J which reads out the elapsed time of the track. Then I remember the amount of time that has elapsed. Next time I start the file I start playing the track, press Control J, type the elapsed time into the edit box and

Re: winamp question

2006-08-28 Thread Brandon armstrong
you can cue with winamp buy presing the applications key and the letter e. Please note you have to have a song playing to do this cue feature. Brandon - Original Message - From: Joe Bollard [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: pc -audio pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 1:07 PM

Re: Winamp Question

2006-08-23 Thread Sarah
You will need quickmix or some quick fingers to access the volume control, pluss you will need the sam encoders. That's all I can give you for now. - Original Message - From: Dan Kerstetter [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, August 23,

Re: Winamp Question

2006-08-23 Thread Steve Matzura
An external mixer is always the best way. If you're doing this for live concerts and productions, that's all you need. You can feed the PC into the mixer and control the volume of both the microphone and PC right through the mixer. If you're doing it live on the net, you'll just need an

Re: winamp question

2006-07-02 Thread Chris Skarstad
hi. The short answer is, if you have the free version of Winamp, you can only convert to WMA and Wav, as far as I know. MP3 and AAC plus are available with the pro version. At least, this was true last I checked. Hope this helps. At 03:02 PM 7/2/2006, you wrote: hi all, I recently tried to

Re: winamp question

2006-07-02 Thread Brandon Hicks
hi I did manage to get aac+, actually. I could get one of nine, i think two of nine and nine of nine. the nineth one was windows media. Brandon Hicks Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Skype: callto://reyuth msn: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ PC-Audio List Help,

Re: Winamp Question

2006-05-02 Thread Chris Skarstad
hi. Yep it's at http://www.toonhead-online.com/winamp513_full.exe At 12:34 PM 5/2/2006, you wrote: Hi. Maybe it's me but I can't seem to make the latest Winamp version's library function easily ore efficiently. I would like to return to the last fully accessible version and I believe

RE: Winamp question

2006-03-05 Thread Roden
Hello! Alt + G, will do it for you. Jaws will announce weather it is on or off. Roden -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] dio.org] On Behalf Of Michael S. Goren Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2006 4:42 PM To: Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Subject: Winamp question

Re: Winamp question

2006-03-04 Thread nick danger
Hi ya Mike, Hit alt-g this toggles the equalizer on and off. Tony - Original Message - From: Michael S. Goren [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2006 7:41 PM Subject: Winamp question Hi Listers, I am using Winamp 5.94, and I can't remember how to

Re: Winamp question

2006-03-04 Thread Michael S. Goren
thanks much, Michael At 06:52 PM 03/04/2006, you wrote: Hi ya Mike, Hit alt-g this toggles the equalizer on and off. Tony - Original Message - From: Michael S. Goren [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2006 7:41 PM Subject: Winamp question Hi

Re: Winamp question

2006-03-04 Thread Chris Skarstad
hi Michael to turn on the equalizer and hear the differences in the different presets, hit the letter n. Note that you must first have any of the Winamp windows open and in focus to do this, otherwise it obviously won't work. Also, more importantly, you should upgrade to the most recent

Re: Winamp question

2006-03-04 Thread Robert Hebert
n - Original Message - From: Michael S. Goren [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2006 4:41 PM Subject: Winamp question Hi Listers, I am using Winamp 5.94, and I can't remember how to toggle the equalizer on and off. I know how to use the presets,

Re: Winamp Question

2005-12-26 Thread Richard Claypool
might just have to do a fresh install of winamp. That is an older version, but if you ant that particular version, it can be found on the net. Rick - Original Message - From: Sylvester Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Monday, December

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread Bruce Toews
, 2005 5:11 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question What exactly do you mean by a search feature? What do you want to do? Bruce -- Bruce Toews E-mail and MSN/Windows Messenger: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Site (including info on my weekly commentaries): http://www.ogts.net Info on the Best TV Show of All

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread julie dawson
6:38 AM Subject: Re: Winamp question It sounds like you're almost asking for voice recognition. Now, if the book were being done in DAISY, all of this would be available to you. But the feature you wanted regarding continuing where you left off is available in Winamp if you are a JAWS user

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread Chuck Adkins
list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2005 12:39 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question No just a search feature like pulling a document into word and searching for a key word or the go to or jump to command in word. I am a jaws user. - Original Message - From: Bruce Toews

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread Bruce Toews
, 2005 12:39 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question No just a search feature like pulling a document into word and searching for a key word or the go to or jump to command in word. I am a jaws user. - Original Message - From: Bruce Toews [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread julie dawson
you. - Original Message - From: Bruce Toews [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2005 12:05 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question Yes, but you can't enter a word to search for in an audio file without some pretty elaborate voice

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread Chuck Adkins
-audio.org Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2005 1:05 PM Subject: Re: Winamp question Yes, but you can't enter a word to search for in an audio file without some pretty elaborate voice recognition. And the nice thing about a time marker is you can have a hundred files and don't need to memorize a hundred

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-17 Thread Bruce Toews
What exactly do you mean by a search feature? What do you want to do? Bruce -- Bruce Toews E-mail and MSN/Windows Messenger: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Site (including info on my weekly commentaries): http://www.ogts.net Info on the Best TV Show of All Time: http://www.cornergas.com On Sat, 17 Dec

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-17 Thread Dana S. Leslie
In Winamp, pressing M while a track is playing or paused will place a time marker at that point in the track. Alt-shift-M will bring up a list of the time markers that have been set in the current track, and allow you to jump to any one of them. Blessed Be, Dana that's Dayna, D A N A, NOT

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-17 Thread Bruce Toews
It's important to note that these are JAWS commands, not available to users of other screen readers. Bruce -- Bruce Toews E-mail and MSN/Windows Messenger: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Site (including info on my weekly commentaries): http://www.ogts.net Info on the Best TV Show of All Time:

Re: Winamp question

2005-12-17 Thread Ian Wells
I guess you could add all the tracks from your source to the Winamp library and search for them that way. At 17:08 17/12/2005 -0600, julie dawson said: Does anyone know if winamp has any type of search feature? I'm having a study guide for an examination scanned onto a data cd which will be

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2005-09-11 Thread Robert Hebert
not done this yet though I keep intending to--I really must as a little experiment. - Original Message - From: Gary Wood [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 10:19 AM Subject: Re: Winamp Question. Hi Anita. I think you

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2005-09-10 Thread Robert Hebert
:06 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question. Yes, that's not the command I'm inquiring about though. How does one perform a search? - Original Message - From: Gary Wood [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 1:19 PM Subject: Re

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2005-09-09 Thread Dana S. Leslie
Message - From: Robert Hebert [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Friday, September 09, 2005 12:44 AM Subject: Re: Winamp Question. Anita, to add media to library, do the following 1. Alt l opens the library. Tab once to remove missing files from

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2005-09-09 Thread Dana S. Leslie
-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 8:06 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question. Yes, that's not the command I'm inquiring about though. How does one perform a search? - Original Message - From: Gary Wood [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc

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2005-09-09 Thread Anita
Not sure how to get to the view tab, nor how to rename it. Anita - Original Message - From: Robert Hebert [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Friday, September 09, 2005 1:04 AM Subject: Re: Winamp Question. To perform a search from within

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2005-09-09 Thread Robert Hebert
: Friday, September 09, 2005 2:52 AM Subject: Re: Winamp Question. ,Anita, Robert, In my experience, after one has opened the library with alt-l and tabbed once to the library button, one must press the spacebar on the library button before one can arrow down to the remove missing media, add media

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2005-09-07 Thread Gary Wood
Hi Anita. I think you use alt l! - Original Message - From: Anita [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 1:45 AM Subject: Winamp Question. Hi list, How does one access the library in winamp version5.1? I'm using window-Eyes 5, Windows

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2005-09-07 Thread Anita
Yes, that's not the command I'm inquiring about though. How does one perform a search? - Original Message - From: Gary Wood [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 1:19 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question. Hi Anita. I

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2005-09-07 Thread Gary Wood
hope this helps. If not, maybe others might have further suggestions! - Original Message - From: Anita [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PC audio discussion list. Pc-audio@pc-audio.org Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 8:06 PM Subject: Re: Winamp Question. Yes, that's not the command I'm

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