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
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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 from 
appearing.  If you really want to get rid of the plugins though,  the 
safest one looks like it might be one called Nullsoft library, and 
another one called Online services.  But like I say i haven't removed 
these, so approach with caution.  I have no idea if winamp requires 
these plugins to function.  That's why I've just hidden the media 
library window.  Better to be safe than sorry.





On 7/30/2017 7:41 PM, Donald L. Roberts wrote:
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.  Ideas please.



Don Roberts



On 7/27/2017 1:18 AM, Joe Paton wrote:

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.




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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.  Ideas please.



Don Roberts



On 7/27/2017 1:18 AM, Joe Paton wrote:

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.




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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.
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Subject: Re: Winamp question



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.




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Mobile: 0 7 9 6 7 3 8 2 9 6 4
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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.




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Mobile: 0 7 9 6 7 3 8 2 9 6 4
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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.
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From: "Donald L. Roberts" 

To: "PC Audio Discussion List" 
Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 11:29 PM
Subject: Winamp question


Please tell me how to turn off the feature in Winamp which attempts to 
search a data base such as Grace Note whenever one launches an audio cd. 
Many of my audio CDs are home brew, so obviously such a search is 
pointless.



Don 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

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I have a neighbor and friend who is running windows 7 64 bit jaws 13.  For
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the songs.  It doesn't play them in order neither.  Any suggestions?

Thanks
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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 don't subscribe to Sky F M.
Hope this helps.

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From: DJ Murray

Sent: Thursday, August 15, 2013 3:38 PM
To: PC audio discussion list.
Subject: Winamp Question

I want to listen to a station from
Sky.fm
The music I wand to hear is solo Piano.
How do I get this to Play in Winamp ?
I need good directions

Thanks
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Re: Winamp question

2013-03-11 Thread Sunshine
the latest i know of is 5.7
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What's the latest version? I'm on a site which appears to be the site of 
theirs, and the version they're showing is 5.6. Also, are there JAWS scripts 
for Winamp? Haven't had Winamp in a very long while.

Thanks in advance,

Nance

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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
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the latest i know of is 5.7
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Subject: Winamp question


What's the latest version? I'm on a site which appears to be the site of
theirs, and the version they're showing is 5.6. Also, are there JAWS 
scripts

for Winamp? Haven't had Winamp in a very long while.

Thanks in advance,

Nance

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Re: Winamp question

2013-03-11 Thread Sunshine
I have winamp 5.7 insallled on windows 7

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hi whats the best winamp to use for windows 7 with jaws 12?
from stewart
www.laserhothits.co.uk
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 the latest i know of is 5.7
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Re: Winamp question

2013-03-11 Thread Nancy Shackelford
I have Windows XP, and it seems to be working, just got a lot of things to 
learn!

Nance

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RE: winamp question

2011-06-12 Thread Quinten Pendle
Haha, glad I could help.
Enjoy Ireland for me. :)
TC
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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 1/26/11, Howard T howar...@traxlerenterprises.com wrote:
 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 winamp.bm; and even harder to know where to put
 it on the next computer.

 Good luck,
 Howard
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 To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
 Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2011 11:26 PM
 Subject: Winamp Question


 Is there a way of transferring Winamp bookmarks from one computer to
 another?  I have looked through the menus and haven't seen a way to do it.

 Am I overlooking something as it would be a pain to go to each webpage and

 manually install the bookmarks on a new computer.  Any information would
 be appreciated.

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RE: Winamp question

2011-01-26 Thread David Truong
Hi Mate,

The CD ripping facilities can be found in the Winamp library.

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On Behalf Of DJ DOCTOR P
Sent: Friday, 21 May 2010 11:20 AM
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Subject: Re: Winamp question

High Chris,
That's one reason why I don't use WMP.
Winamp has that media player beat in that aspect and respect.
I use to use WMP for ripping and burning CD's.
But some how, something in WMP got broken because it won't rip or burn CD's

anymore.
I use Winamp for the burning of CD's, but I'd like to know where the CD
ripper is in Winamp.
If you can tell me that, you'll be a big help to me!
Oh, and thinks in advance too!
My best regards.
  John.
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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 in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player that comes up
and
 plays it. Did you install the lite or standard version of Winamp? I don't
 know if that makes a difference or not. Did you make sure that all of the
 file type support was installed when you installed Winamp?

 I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding
 through
 the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I don't
 typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast forwarding and
 rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My biggest gripe with
 WMP
 is that I can't figure out how to control the amount you jump in a file.
I
 think it's based on a percent of the overall length of the file.


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 From: pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org
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 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 as a supported file type

 in
 5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types with
 which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it would
 appear
 that I'm hosed.

 I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control Windows Media player,
 I.E.
 it won't fast forward or rewind.

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 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, you wrote:
Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some
functionality with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to
an earlier version?

 Joe writes,

 I don't think so.
 Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

 and ensured that the video setting are correct?

 I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.




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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 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 helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
 Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp,
 5.72
 and
 since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play
 them
 in
 Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward,
rewind
 etc.
 
 
 
 I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is
 added junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in
 question
 plays
 nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?
 
 
 
 Many thanks.


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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 come back.


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Subject: winamp question
Importance: Low

hi folks,
jaws has stopped detecting the panning function repeat volume you know
these
special jaws functions to control these kind of things.
I really can't remember what to turn on for jaws to detect this

i'd be happy for some help please.

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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 winamp.bm; and even harder to know where to put 
it on the next computer.


Good luck,
Howard
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From: Dave Marthouse dmartho...@gmail.com

To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2011 11:26 PM
Subject: Winamp Question


Is there a way of transferring Winamp bookmarks from one computer to 
another?  I have looked through the menus and haven't seen a way to do it. 
Am I overlooking something as it would be a pain to go to each webpage and 
manually install the bookmarks on a new computer.  Any information would 
be appreciated.


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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 
hidden files.


OZ0TE Jacob Nielsen
Skype-ID: Jacob-DK

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From: Dave Marthouse dmartho...@gmail.com
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To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
Subject: Winamp Question

Is there a way of transferring Winamp bookmarks from one computer to 
another?  I have looked through the menus and haven't seen a way to do it. 
Am I overlooking something as it would be a pain to go to each webpage and 
manually install the bookmarks on a new computer.  Any information would 
be appreciated.


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Re: Winamp question

2010-05-22 Thread Rob Tabor

Good evening, John.
Do you activate the rip or burn menus before activating the burn or rip 
button? WMP seems to require the corresponding menus for whichever function 
you want to perform before WMP will allow the process to execute. As for the 
burn menu, MicroSoft probably wants to make sure you are taking a deliberate 
choice as to whether you want to burn an audio CD or a data CD.

HTH
Rob Tabor
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To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org
Sent: Friday, May 21, 2010 10:17 PM
Subject: Re: Winamp question



Hello Rob,
I was running WMP 10, but I upgraded to WMP 11 thinking that would fix the 
problem.
But when I try to rip a CD, I here WMP say, Windows Media player, close 
button.
But when I click on details, I get a message that says, the settings in 
Windows Media Player and the device manager don't match.
I had this problem with WMP 10, now I'm having the same problem with WMP 
11.

If something got change with my CDR drive, how do I fix it?
It also gives me the same message when I try to burn CD's too as well.
Again, how do I fix it?
Thinks in advance.
My best regards.
 John.
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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 to locate files using Windows 
Explorer, then launch WMP via the WE context menu. I have not tried 
ripping with WMP so you'll have to look to one of our learned colleagues 
for guidance on that question.

HTH
Rob Tabor
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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 that media player beat in that aspect and respect.
I use to use WMP for ripping and burning CD's.
But some how, something in WMP got broken because it won't rip or burn 
CD's anymore.
I use Winamp for the burning of CD's, but I'd like to know where the CD 
ripper is in Winamp.

If you can tell me that, you'll be a big help to me!
Oh, and thinks in advance too!
My best regards.
 John.
- Original Message - 
From: Christopher Chaltain chalt...@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 in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player that comes up 
and
plays it. Did you install the lite or standard version of Winamp? I 
don't
know if that makes a difference or not. Did you make sure that all of 
the

file type support was installed when you installed Winamp?

I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding 
through

the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I don't
typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast forwarding and
rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My biggest gripe 
with WMP
is that I can't figure out how to control the amount you jump in a 
file. I

think it's based on a percent of the overall length of the file.


--
Christopher
chalt...@gmail.com




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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 as a supported file 
type in
5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types 
with
which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it would 
appear

that I'm hosed.

I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:

Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some
functionality with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to
an earlier version?


Joe writes,

I don't think so.
Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

and ensured that the video setting are correct?

I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.





-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 1:21 AM
To: PC Audio Discussion List
Subject: Re: Winamp question

Dave,

go to winamp

Re: Winamp question

2010-05-22 Thread DJ DOCTOR P

High Rob,
Yes.
But each time I do, I hear WMP say, Windows Media Player, close button.
But when I click on details, I get a message that says, the settings in 
Windows Media Player and the device manager don't match.
But that happens every time I try to rip and or burn a CD, but I don't have 
any problems playing CD's using WMP.

Any ideas about this?
 John.
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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 or burn menus before activating the burn or rip 
button? WMP seems to require the corresponding menus for whichever 
function you want to perform before WMP will allow the process to execute. 
As for the burn menu, MicroSoft probably wants to make sure 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 Rob,
I was running WMP 10, but I upgraded to WMP 11 thinking that would fix 
the problem.
But when I try to rip a CD, I here WMP say, Windows Media player, close 
button.
But when I click on details, I get a message that says, the settings in 
Windows Media Player and the device manager don't match.
I had this problem with WMP 10, now I'm having the same problem with WMP 
11.

If something got change with my CDR drive, how do I fix it?
It also gives me the same message when I try to burn CD's too as well.
Again, how do I fix it?
Thinks in advance.
My best regards.
 John.
- Original 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 to locate files using 
Windows Explorer, then launch WMP via the WE context menu. I have not 
tried ripping with WMP so you'll have to look to one of our learned 
colleagues 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 that media player beat in that aspect and respect.
I use to use WMP for ripping and burning CD's.
But some how, something in WMP got broken because it won't rip or burn 
CD's anymore.
I use Winamp for the burning of CD's, but I'd like to know where the CD 
ripper is in Winamp.

If you can tell me that, you'll be a big help to me!
Oh, and thinks in advance too!
My best regards.
 John.
- Original Message - 
From: Christopher Chaltain chalt...@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 in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player that comes up 
and
plays it. Did you install the lite or standard version of Winamp? I 
don't
know if that makes a difference or not. Did you make sure that all of 
the

file type support was installed when you installed Winamp?

I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding 
through

the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I don't
typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast forwarding and
rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My biggest gripe 
with WMP
is that I can't figure out how to control the amount you jump in a 
file. I

think it's based on a percent of the overall length of the file.


--
Christopher
chalt...@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 as a supported file 
type in
5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types 
with
which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it would 
appear

that I'm hosed.

I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:

Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we

RE: Winamp question

2010-05-21 Thread Joe Paton

Dave,

In WMP 10 press control-shift-g to speed the picture video playback.


Joe


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Re: Winamp question

2010-05-21 Thread Rob Tabor

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 to locate files using Windows 
Explorer, then launch WMP via the WE context menu. I have not tried ripping 
with WMP so you'll have to look to one of our learned colleagues 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 that media player beat in that aspect and respect.
I use to use WMP for ripping and burning CD's.
But some how, something in WMP got broken because it won't rip or burn 
CD's anymore.
I use Winamp for the burning of CD's, but I'd like to know where the CD 
ripper is in Winamp.

If you can tell me that, you'll be a big help to me!
Oh, and thinks in advance too!
My best regards.
 John.
- Original Message - 
From: Christopher Chaltain chalt...@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 in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player that comes up 
and

plays it. Did you install the lite or standard version of Winamp? I don't
know if that makes a difference or not. Did you make sure that all of the
file type support was installed when you installed Winamp?

I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding 
through

the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I don't
typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast forwarding and
rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My biggest gripe with 
WMP
is that I can't figure out how to control the amount you jump in a file. 
I

think it's based on a percent of the overall length of the file.


--
Christopher
chalt...@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 as a supported file type 
in

5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types with
which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it would 
appear

that I'm hosed.

I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:

Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some
functionality with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to
an earlier version?


Joe writes,

I don't think so.
Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

and ensured that the video setting are correct?

I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.





-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp,
5.72

and

since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play
them

in

Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward,
rewind
etc.



I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is
added junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in
question

plays

nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?



Many thanks.



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Re: Winamp question

2010-05-21 Thread DJ DOCTOR P

Hello Rob,
I was running WMP 10, but I upgraded to WMP 11 thinking that would fix the 
problem.
But when I try to rip a CD, I here WMP say, Windows Media player, close 
button.
But when I click on details, I get a message that says, the settings in 
Windows Media Player and the device manager don't match.

I had this problem with WMP 10, now I'm having the same problem with WMP 11.
If something got change with my CDR drive, how do I fix it?
It also gives me the same message when I try to burn CD's too as well.
Again, how do I fix it?
Thinks in advance.
My best regards.
 John.
- Original 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 to locate files using Windows 
Explorer, then launch WMP via the WE context menu. I have not tried 
ripping with WMP so you'll have to look to one of our learned colleagues 
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 that media player beat in that aspect and respect.
I use to use WMP for ripping and burning CD's.
But some how, something in WMP got broken because it won't rip or burn 
CD's anymore.
I use Winamp for the burning of CD's, but I'd like to know where the CD 
ripper is in Winamp.

If you can tell me that, you'll be a big help to me!
Oh, and thinks in advance too!
My best regards.
 John.
- Original Message - 
From: Christopher Chaltain chalt...@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 in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player that comes up 
and
plays it. Did you install the lite or standard version of Winamp? I 
don't
know if that makes a difference or not. Did you make sure that all of 
the

file type support was installed when you installed Winamp?

I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding 
through

the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I don't
typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast forwarding and
rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My biggest gripe with 
WMP
is that I can't figure out how to control the amount you jump in a file. 
I

think it's based on a percent of the overall length of the file.


--
Christopher
chalt...@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 as a supported file 
type in
5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types 
with
which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it would 
appear

that I'm hosed.

I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:

Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some
functionality with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to
an earlier version?


Joe writes,

I don't think so.
Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

and ensured that the video setting are correct?

I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.





-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp,
5.72

and

since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play
them

in

Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward,
rewind
etc.



I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive

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 helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:

Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp, 5.72 and
since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play them in
Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward, rewind
etc.



I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is added
junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in question plays
nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?



Many thanks.

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RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Dave McElroy WA6BEF
Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it does/did
in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some functionality
with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to an earlier
version?

-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp, 5.72 and
since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play them in
Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward,
rewind
etc.



I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is added
junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in question plays
nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?



Many thanks.

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RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Joe Paton

At 19:07 20/05/2010, you wrote:

Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it does/did
in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some functionality
with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to an earlier
version?


Joe writes,

I don't think so.
Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

and ensured that the video setting are correct?

I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.





-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp, 5.72 and
since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play them in
Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward,
rewind
etc.



I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is added
junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in question plays
nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?



Many thanks.

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RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Dave McElroy WA6BEF
Well the simple fact is that  AVI does not ppear as a supported file type in
5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types with
which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it would appear
that I'm hosed.

I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:
Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it does/did
in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some functionality
with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to an earlier
version?

Joe writes,

I don't think so.
Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

and ensured that the video setting are correct?

I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.




-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
 Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp, 5.72
and
 since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play them
in
 Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward,
rewind
 etc.
 
 
 
 I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is added
 junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in question
plays
 nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?
 
 
 
 Many thanks.
 
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RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Christopher Chaltain
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 install the lite or standard version of Winamp? I don't
know if that makes a difference or not. Did you make sure that all of the
file type support was installed when you installed Winamp?

I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding through
the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I don't
typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast forwarding and
rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My biggest gripe with WMP
is that I can't figure out how to control the amount you jump in a file. I
think it's based on a percent of the overall length of the file.


--
Christopher
chalt...@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 as a supported file type in
5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types with
which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it would appear
that I'm hosed.

I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:
Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it 
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some 
functionality with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to 
an earlier version?

Joe writes,

I don't think so.
Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

and ensured that the video setting are correct?

I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.




-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
 Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp, 
 5.72
and
 since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play 
 them
in
 Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward,
rewind
 etc.
 
 
 
 I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is 
 added junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in 
 question
plays
 nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?
 
 
 
 Many thanks.


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Re: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Tom Kaufman
Hello list:  My experience with WMP is that I can't move backwards (used to 
be able to move forward in a file or track)..but don't believe that even 
works anymore..unless I use that slide thing you were talking about.

Tom Kaufman
- Original Message - 
From: Christopher Chaltain chalt...@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 in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player that comes up and
plays it. Did you install the lite or standard version of Winamp? I don't
know if that makes a difference or not. Did you make sure that all of the
file type support was installed when you installed Winamp?

I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding 
through

the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I don't
typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast forwarding and
rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My biggest gripe with 
WMP

is that I can't figure out how to control the amount you jump in a file. I
think it's based on a percent of the overall length of the file.


--
Christopher
chalt...@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 as a supported file type 
in

5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types with
which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it would 
appear

that I'm hosed.

I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:

Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some
functionality with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to
an earlier version?


Joe writes,

I don't think so.
Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

and ensured that the video setting are correct?

I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.





-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp,
5.72

and

since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play
them

in

Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward,
rewind
etc.



I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is
added junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in
question

plays

nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?



Many thanks.



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Re: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread DJ DOCTOR P

High Chris,
That's one reason why I don't use WMP.
Winamp has that media player beat in that aspect and respect.
I use to use WMP for ripping and burning CD's.
But some how, something in WMP got broken because it won't rip or burn CD's 
anymore.
I use Winamp for the burning of CD's, but I'd like to know where the CD 
ripper is in Winamp.

If you can tell me that, you'll be a big help to me!
Oh, and thinks in advance too!
My best regards.
 John.
- Original Message - 
From: Christopher Chaltain chalt...@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 in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player that comes up and
plays it. Did you install the lite or standard version of Winamp? I don't
know if that makes a difference or not. Did you make sure that all of the
file type support was installed when you installed Winamp?

I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding 
through

the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I don't
typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast forwarding and
rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My biggest gripe with 
WMP

is that I can't figure out how to control the amount you jump in a file. I
think it's based on a percent of the overall length of the file.


--
Christopher
chalt...@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 as a supported file type 
in

5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types with
which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it would 
appear

that I'm hosed.

I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:

Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some
functionality with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back to
an earlier version?


Joe writes,

I don't think so.
Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

and ensured that the video setting are correct?

I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.





-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp,
5.72

and

since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play
them

in

Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast forward,
rewind
etc.



I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is
added junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in
question

plays

nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?



Many thanks.



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RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Christopher Chaltain
Wow, I just brought up WMP 11 for the first time in a while, and I can't
play anything with it! I tried a few MP3 files, it said it was playing, but
I didn't hear a thing! I'll have to hit Google or Bing to see how to repair
this. Even though I hardly ever use WMP, I would like to have a working copy
on my system.


--
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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 experience with WMP is that I can't move backwards (used to
be able to move forward in a file or track)..but don't believe that even
works anymore..unless I use that slide thing you were talking about.
Tom Kaufman
- Original Message -
From: Christopher Chaltain chalt...@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 in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player 
 that comes up and plays it. Did you install the lite or standard 
 version of Winamp? I don't know if that makes a difference or not. Did 
 you make sure that all of the file type support was installed when you 
 installed Winamp?

 I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding 
 through the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I 
 don't typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast 
 forwarding and rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My 
 biggest gripe with WMP is that I can't figure out how to control the 
 amount you jump in a file. I think it's based on a percent of the 
 overall length of the file.


 --
 Christopher
 chalt...@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 as a supported file 
 type in
 5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types 
 with which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it 
 would appear that I'm hosed.

 I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:
Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it 
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some 
functionality with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back 
to an earlier version?

 Joe writes,

 I don't think so.
 Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

 and ensured that the video setting are correct?

 I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.




-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
 Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp,
 5.72
 and
 since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play 
 them
 in
 Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast 
 forward,
rewind
 etc.
 
 
 
 I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is 
 added junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in 
 question
 plays
 nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?
 
 
 
 Many thanks.


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RE: Winamp question

2010-05-20 Thread Christopher Chaltain
Sorry John, but I can't help you. I know you can rip CD's with Winamp, but
I've never done it myself. I know the Pro version gives you higher ripping
speeds. I still use WMP for that. I used to use CDEX before I started
leaning on WMP for ripping my CD's. Maybe others on this list can help you
out.


--
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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 I don't use WMP.
Winamp has that media player beat in that aspect and respect.
I use to use WMP for ripping and burning CD's.
But some how, something in WMP got broken because it won't rip or burn CD's
anymore.
I use Winamp for the burning of CD's, but I'd like to know where the CD
ripper is in Winamp.
If you can tell me that, you'll be a big help to me!
Oh, and thinks in advance too!
My best regards.
  John.
- Original Message -
From: Christopher Chaltain chalt...@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 in Windows Explorer, Winamp is the media player 
 that comes up and plays it. Did you install the lite or standard 
 version of Winamp? I don't know if that makes a difference or not. Did 
 you make sure that all of the file type support was installed when you 
 installed Winamp?

 I'm also pretty sure that WMP supports fast forwarding and rewinding 
 through the menus, hot keys or using the slide bar on the interface. I 
 don't typically use WMP though, so I can't be sure. Does fast 
 forwarding and rewinding in WMP work for you on other file types? My 
 biggest gripe with WMP is that I can't figure out how to control the 
 amount you jump in a file. I think it's based on a percent of the 
 overall length of the file.


 --
 Christopher
 chalt...@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 as a supported file 
 type in
 5.72 whereas it does in 5.32.  In fact, there are only 61 file types 
 with which to associate as opposed to 67 on the earlier one.  So it 
 would appear that I'm hosed.

 I wouldn't even mind except that I can't control 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, you wrote:
Winamp opens as it should, the AVI file just doesn't play.  But it 
does/did in version 5.32, which I have on my laptop.  Did we lose some 
functionality with the later Winamp release?  Maybe I should go back 
to an earlier version?

 Joe writes,

 I don't think so.
 Back to my original post, have you checkd the file associations?

 and ensured that the video setting are correct?

 I'm guessing here, but it might be worth a shot.




-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 1:21 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 to video.

Tab through these options and make selections as appropriate.

See if that helps.

JP
At 05:38 20/05/2010, you wrote:
 Much against my better judgement, I upgraded to the latest Winamp,
 5.72
 and
 since then I've been unable to play my AVI files.  Sure I can play 
 them
 in
 Windows Media player but I've no control over em; can't fast 
 forward,
rewind
 etc.
 
 
 
 I tried that K-lite kodec thing and all Ive done it seems to me is 
 added junk to my pc with no positive result.  Now the AVI file in 
 question
 plays
 nicely on my laptop with 5.32.  Any quick and dirty answers?
 
 
 
 Many thanks.


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Re: winamp question

2010-01-05 Thread Chris Hallsworth

Go to www.winamp.com/player.

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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 some one is kind enough to post it here.  Might have missed it because 
of the holidays.  Can some one please send it to me?
Thanks
Michael
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Re: winamp question

2010-01-05 Thread Michael Amaro

thanks
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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.

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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 some one is kind enough to post it here.  Might have missed it 
because of the holidays.  Can some one please send it to me?

Thanks
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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
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From: Ketan Kothari muktake...@gmail.com

To: PC audio discussion list.  pc-audio@pc-audio.org
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 6:37 AM
Subject: Winamp Question



Hi friends,

I have installed winamp 5.56 and whenever I click on any file winamp opens 
but it is quiet, that is, it does not play.  But when I press X I hear the 
introductory winamp DJ Mike.  How do I play my files?  Help will be 
appreciated.  Thank you.

Ketan Kothari
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RE: Winamp Question

2009-09-16 Thread Chris Hallsworth
Use CTRL+alt+slash to raise the volume all the way up.



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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. the volume of
jaws is very high in comparison to it. tell me wat to do. regards
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From: Ketan Kothari muktake...@gmail.com
To: PC audio discussion list.  pc-audio@pc-audio.org
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 6:37 AM
Subject: Winamp Question


 Hi friends,

 I have installed winamp 5.56 and whenever I click on any file winamp
 opens but it is quiet, that is, it does not play.  But when I press X
 I hear the introductory winamp DJ Mike.  How do I play my files?  Help
 will be appreciated.  Thank you.
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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!
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Re: Winamp Question

2009-09-16 Thread iram shabbir

thank u for such quick reply. i will do and then respond
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Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 7:08 PM
Subject: Re: Winamp Question


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!

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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.

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On Behalf Of Ketan Kothari
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 1:52 PM
To: PC audio discussion list. 
Subject: Winamp Question

Friends,

I tuned the volume at its highest.  Not only this, I reinstalled winamp.
When I press enter on any file winamp opens but no sound.  When I press
spacebar I hear DJ Mike.  Strange,  the file does not play.  I have checked
all file types.
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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 step is 
to use right arrow to expand the list of file extensions to be played by 
Winamp. Also try the obvious such as closing winamp then going to an MP3 
file and pressing enter. Write back and we'll go from here.


Matthew

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Hi friends,

I have installed winamp 5.56 and whenever I click on any file winamp opens 
but it is quiet, that is, it does not play.  But when I press X I hear the 
introductory winamp DJ Mike.  How do I play my files?  Help will be 
appreciated.  Thank you.

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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 readers' scripts.


Bruce

On Tue, 15 Sep 2009, Matthew_2010 wrote:

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 step is 
to use right arrow to expand the list of file extensions to be played by 
Winamp. Also try the obvious such as closing winamp then going to an MP3 file 
and pressing enter. Write back and we'll go from here.


Matthew

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Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2009 6:37 PM
Subject: Winamp Question



 Hi friends,

 I have installed winamp 5.56 and whenever I click on any file winamp opens
 but it is quiet, that is, it does not play.  But when I press X I hear the
 introductory winamp DJ Mike.  How do I play my files?  Help will be
 appreciated.  Thank you.
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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 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 readers' 
scripts.


Bruce

On Tue, 15 Sep 2009, Matthew_2010 wrote:


 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
 step is to use right arrow to expand the list of file extensions to be
 played by Winamp. Also try the obvious such as closing winamp then going
 to an MP3 file and pressing enter. Write back and we'll go from here.

 Matthew

 - Original Message - From: Ketan Kothari muktake...@gmail.com
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 Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2009 6:37 PM
 Subject: Winamp Question


   Hi friends,
 
   I have installed winamp 5.56 and whenever I click on any file winamp 
   opens
   but it is quiet, that is, it does not play.  But when I press X I hear 
   the

   introductory winamp DJ Mike.  How do I play my files?  Help will be
   appreciated.  Thank you.
   Ketan Kothari
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   Cell: 9987550614
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Re: winamp question

2009-08-16 Thread Brian Olesen

hi Mac,
thank you, but this only helps, when jaws is correctly configured for 
winamp.
it's just that I remember that once a special toolbar or something had to be 
enabled to make jaws be able to see the various volume and panning controls.


Brian
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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,
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 hear the desired effect!


That was all I could find!

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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 extra keys that will set the paning to different values.  Open the 
Jaws main window, open file menue and go down to Manage Program 
Settings.  In there you should see Winamp if you've made any change at 
all to it.  Make sure the checkbox for Winamp is checked and it should 
run those settings when Winamp is in focus.  And Winamp does need to 
have focus for any of the Jaws settings to work.  You can run Winamp in 
the background while doing other work, but you can't control it unless 
it has focus.  That could be the problem.  Good luck!


B B

Roger





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hi folks,
jaws has stopped detecting the panning function repeat volume you know 
these special jaws functions to control these kind of things.

I really can't remember what to turn on for jaws to detect this

i'd be happy for some help please.

Best regards
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Re: winamp question

2009-08-15 Thread Brian Olesen

hey roger,
thanks for answering, but the problem is, I've removed some jaws related 
stuff in the registry to solve some other problems.

but well i'll try to check this thing in jaws.
and you have a serious problem when you want to pan exactly to center with 
only the arrow keys.


Brian
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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 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 
extra keys that will set the paning to different values.  Open the Jaws 
main window, open file menue and go down to Manage Program Settings.  In 
there you should see Winamp if you've made any change at all to it.  Make 
sure the checkbox for Winamp is checked and it should run those settings 
when Winamp is in focus.  And Winamp does need to have focus for any of 
the Jaws settings to work.  You can run Winamp in the background while 
doing other work, but you can't control it unless it has focus.  That 
could be the problem.  Good luck!


B B

Roger





Brian Olesen wrote:

hi folks,
jaws has stopped detecting the panning function repeat volume you know 
these special jaws functions to control these kind of things.

I really can't remember what to turn on for jaws to detect this

i'd be happy for some help please.

Best regards
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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 hear the desired effect!  

That was all I could find!  

Regards, 

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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.

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Sent: Sunday, March 22, 2009 10:30 PM
Subject: Winamp question with windoweyes


Hey guys,
Any way to get it so when winamp comes up that stupid winamp library doesn't
come up?
I hit alt L every time it loads, but every time I re-load winamp, back it
comes.
Also, never played a DVD before, what's the best way to do it?
Can I do it in winamp
Also when I get to the main player window and hit alt by itself it use to
say play file, open location ETC, but it doesn't do that now.
Any ideas?

T
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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.

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Hey guys,
Any way to get it so when winamp comes up that stupid winamp library 
doesn't

come up?
I hit alt L every time it loads, but every time I re-load winamp, back it
comes.
Also, never played a DVD before, what's the best way to do it?
Can I do it in winamp
Also when I get to the main player window and hit alt by itself it use to
say play file, open location ETC, but it doesn't do that now.
Any ideas?

T
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Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread stewart ross
hi just read that direct link to the file thanks for that which leads me to 
a question,
if i want to a direct link to a file and coppy  and paste or save it can u 
tell me how i would  go aboute duing this? so say i found a link for the 
latest vertion of winamp on a site or a plugin and i want to coppy or save 
it how du u du this thanks i am using jfw8

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Hi.
Also, the winamp site itself is easy enough to navigate. http://winamp.com
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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.

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Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread James Scholes
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 12:09 PM (GMT), stewart ross wrote:
hi just read that direct link to the file thanks for that which leads me to 
a question,
if i want to a direct link to a file and coppy  and paste or save it can u 
tell me how i would  go aboute duing this? so say i found a link for the 
latest vertion of winamp on a site or a plugin and i want to coppy or save 
it how du u du this thanks i am using jfw8
tune in to
http://laserhothits.servemp3.com:8130/listen.pls
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 Hi.
 Also, the winamp site itself is easy enough to navigate. http://winamp.com
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 From: Steve Pattison [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org
 Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2008 5:08 PM
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 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.

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Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread stewart ross
hi there thanks for this so so how would i du this  i mean what keyboard 
commands du i use? i am using jaws, thanks.

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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 12:09 PM (GMT), stewart ross wrote:
hi just read that direct link to the file thanks for that which leads me 
to

a question,
if i want to a direct link to a file and coppy  and paste or save it can u
tell me how i would  go aboute duing this? so say i found a link for the
latest vertion of winamp on a site or a plugin and i want to coppy or save
it how du u du this thanks i am using jfw8
tune in to
http://laserhothits.servemp3.com:8130/listen.pls
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Hi.
Also, the winamp site itself is easy enough to navigate. 
http://winamp.com
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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.



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Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread James Scholes
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 to the start of the URL by pressing the home key, then press 
shift+end to select it. Press control+C to copy it to the clipboard, then go 
int an email or document and paste it by pressing control+V
On Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 05:18 PM (GMT), stewart ross wrote:
hi there thanks for this so so how would i du this  i mean what keyboard 
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 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 12:09 PM (GMT), stewart ross wrote:
 hi just read that direct link to the file thanks for that which leads me 
 to
 a question,
 if i want to a direct link to a file and coppy  and paste or save it can u
 tell me how i would  go aboute duing this? so say i found a link for the
 latest vertion of winamp on a site or a plugin and i want to coppy or save
 it how du u du this thanks i am using jfw8
 tune in to
 http://laserhothits.servemp3.com:8130/listen.pls
 email
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 msn
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 Hi.
 Also, the winamp site itself is easy enough to navigate. 
 http://winamp.com
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 Subject: Re: Winamp Question


 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

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Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread stewart ross
hi james thanks for that i will du that now and let u no how i get on from 
stewart

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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 to the start of the URL by pressing the home 
key, then press shift+end to select it. Press control+C to copy it to the 
clipboard, then go int an email or document and paste it by pressing 
control+V

On Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 05:18 PM (GMT), stewart ross wrote:
hi there thanks for this so so how would i du this  i mean what keyboard
commands du i use? i am using jaws, thanks.
tune in to
http://laserhothits.servemp3.com:8130/listen.pls
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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 12:09 PM (GMT), stewart ross wrote:
hi just read that direct link to the file thanks for that which leads me
to
a question,
if i want to a direct link to a file and coppy  and paste or save it can 
u

tell me how i would  go aboute duing this? so say i found a link for the
latest vertion of winamp on a site or a plugin and i want to coppy or 
save

it how du u du this thanks i am using jfw8
tune in to
http://laserhothits.servemp3.com:8130/listen.pls
email
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
msn
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
skype stewartross
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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 itself is easy enough to navigate.
http://winamp.com
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Subject: Re: Winamp Question




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.



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RE: Winamp Question

2008-11-13 Thread Ibby Karbhari
Hi Folks,
Can anyone tell me how to make a pls list so that I can get Windows
media player to play a range of music in the order I want.
With many thanks,
Ibby 

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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
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To: PC Audio 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 to the start of the URL by 
 pressing the home key, then press shift+end to select it. Press 
 control+C to copy it to the clipboard, then go int an email or 
 document and paste it by pressing
 control+V
 On Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 05:18 PM (GMT), stewart ross
wrote:
 hi there thanks for this so so how would i du this  i mean what 
 keyboard commands du i use? i am using jaws, thanks.
 tune in to
 http://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 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 12:09 PM (GMT), stewart ross
wrote:
 hi just read that direct link to the file thanks for that which
leads 
 me to a question, if i want to a direct link to a file and coppy
and 
 paste or save it can u tell me how i would  go aboute duing this?
so 
 say i found a link for the latest vertion of winamp on a site or a 
 plugin and i want to coppy or save it how du u du this thanks i am 
 using jfw8 tune in to 
 http://laserhothits.servemp3.com:8130/listen.pls
 email
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 msn
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 skype stewartross
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 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 itself is easy enough to navigate.
 http://winamp.com
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 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 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.

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Re: Winamp Question

2008-11-12 Thread valiant8086

Hi.
Also, the winamp site itself is easy enough to navigate. http://winamp.com
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To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org
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Subject: Re: Winamp Question



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 Version?

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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 Version?

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Captchas Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-18 Thread Wes Derby
I know this is a bit late, but something Chris said got me thinking...I 
notice Winamp's forums are powered by vBulletin.  I've also noticed, for 
about six years now, the ANYTHING powered by vbulletin has the captcha code 
associated with sign-up.  I've found three lists (two Opie and Anthony fan 
lists and the Orbitcast forums) who are willing to assist blind/visually 
impaired users in signing up.  However, most of the vBulletin powered lists 
don't give an email address to contact the forum owner or an audio alternate 
to the captcha.  So, what I'm wondering is, is this something each forum 
owner can set up on his/her own, or is this something whoever is in charge 
at vBulletin would have to set up for each forum?

The first time I ever ran into it was signing up for the message board at 
megadeth.com back in like July of 2001.  Part of me thinks the Winamp guys 
would be willing to add an audio alternative, but it makes me think maybe 
vBulletin's software just isn't set up to handle such things, and that they 
need to be made aware of the problem and asked/nudged to fix it.


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To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org
Sent: Friday, October 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 else that might be necessary.
 The best advice any of us here on any of these lists can give you is
 to just uninstall and re-install but as you said, it doesn't seem to
 help.  Most of the developers seem to hang out at the Winamp forums 
 located at
 http://forums.winamp.com
 Unfortunately they still appear to be using a captcha system which
 doesn't appear to have an audio alternate *make note to self to write
 to them about that*
 but if you ask them via e-mail and explain your reasons for wanting
 to sign up to report a problem, you will hopefully get some
 help.  But that really is the best way to report a major bug like
 that, if it had to do with screenreaders we could approach the
 vendors and ask for help but since this seems like it's a Winamp only
 thing, then the forums are probably your best way to go.
 Hope that helps.





 At 01:44 PM 10/9/2007, you wrote:
Hi. As a couple of folks in this group have suggested, I'm looking at
Windows Media Player as a possibility for taking over many tasks that I 
now
assign to Winamp. But for the moment, my question is this. In Winamp 5.35 
I
frequently encounter a runtime error. Reinstalling hasn't seemed to help 
and
no other player exhibits this issue. Has anyone else experienced this
problem?

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Re: Captchas Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-18 Thread Chris Skarstad
Hey Wes

I did a bit of checking, and you might try sending a message to 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] and explain the whole captcha issue and hopefully, 
someone will get back to ya.  Speaking of which I did get your e-mail 
here about my list so i'll get back to ya about that as well.

Thanks man.




  At 12:33 AM 10/19/2007, you wrote:
I know this is a bit late, but something Chris said got me thinking...I
notice Winamp's forums are powered by vBulletin.  I've also noticed, for
about six years now, the ANYTHING powered by vbulletin has the captcha code
associated with sign-up.  I've found three lists (two Opie and Anthony fan
lists and the Orbitcast forums) who are willing to assist blind/visually
impaired users in signing up.  However, most of the vBulletin powered lists
don't give an email address to contact the forum owner or an audio alternate
to the captcha.  So, what I'm wondering is, is this something each forum
owner can set up on his/her own, or is this something whoever is in charge
at vBulletin would have to set up for each forum?

The first time I ever ran into it was signing up for the message board at
megadeth.com back in like July of 2001.  Part of me thinks the Winamp guys
would be willing to add an audio alternative, but it makes me think maybe
vBulletin's software just isn't set up to handle such things, and that they
need to be made aware of the problem and asked/nudged to fix it.


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- Original Message -
From: Chris Skarstad [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: PC Audio Discussion List pc-audio@pc-audio.org
Sent: Friday, October 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 else that might be necessary.
  The best advice any of us here on any of these lists can give you is
  to just uninstall and re-install but as you said, it doesn't seem to
  help.  Most of the developers seem to hang out at the Winamp forums
  located at
  http://forums.winamp.com
  Unfortunately they still appear to be using a captcha system which
  doesn't appear to have an audio alternate *make note to self to write
  to them about that*
  but if you ask them via e-mail and explain your reasons for wanting
  to sign up to report a problem, you will hopefully get some
  help.  But that really is the best way to report a major bug like
  that, if it had to do with screenreaders we could approach the
  vendors and ask for help but since this seems like it's a Winamp only
  thing, then the forums are probably your best way to go.
  Hope that helps.
 
 
 
 
 
  At 01:44 PM 10/9/2007, you wrote:
 Hi. As a couple of folks in this group have suggested, I'm looking at
 Windows Media Player as a possibility for taking over many tasks that I
 now
 assign to Winamp. But for the moment, my question is this. In Winamp 5.35
 I
 frequently encounter a runtime error. Reinstalling hasn't seemed to help
 and
 no other player exhibits this issue. Has anyone else experienced this
 problem?
 
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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
 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 of us here on any of these lists can give you is
 to just uninstall and re-install but as you said, it doesn't seem to
 help.  Most of the developers seem to hang out at the Winamp forums 
 located at
 http://forums.winamp.com
 Unfortunately they still appear to be using a captcha system which
 doesn't appear to have an audio alternate *make note to self to write
 to them about that*
 but if you ask them via e-mail and explain your reasons for wanting
 to sign up to report a problem, you will hopefully get some
 help.  But that really is the best way to report a major bug like
 that, if it had to do with screenreaders we could approach the
 vendors and ask for help but since this seems like it's a Winamp only
 thing, then the forums are probably your best way to go.
 Hope that helps.





 At 01:44 PM 10/9/2007, you wrote:
Hi. As a couple of folks in this group have suggested, I'm looking at
Windows Media Player as a possibility for taking over many tasks that I 
now
assign to Winamp. But for the moment, my question is this. In Winamp 5.35 
I
frequently encounter a runtime error. Reinstalling hasn't seemed to help 
and
no other player exhibits this issue. Has anyone else experienced this
problem?

Larry



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Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-13 Thread Larry N
Thanks Albert and everyone else for your suggestions.

Larry
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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 uninstalled it when they haven't.  it
 leaves folders with plug-ins and other data in them.  Open program files 
 and
 delete anything referring to winamp you find there.

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 On Behalf 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 them some info about your error
 message and anything else that might be necessary.
 The best advice any of us here on any of these lists can give you is to 
 just
 uninstall and re-install but as you said, it doesn't seem to help.  Most 
 of
 the developers seem to hang out at the Winamp forums located at
 http://forums.winamp.com Unfortunately they still appear to be using a
 captcha system which doesn't appear to have an audio alternate *make note 
 to
 self to write to them about that* but if you ask them via e-mail and 
 explain
 your reasons for wanting to sign up to report a problem, you will 
 hopefully
 get some help.  But that really is the best way to report a major bug like
 that, if it had to do with screenreaders we could approach the vendors and
 ask for help but since this seems like it's a Winamp only thing, then the
 forums are probably your best way to go.
 Hope that helps.





 At 01:44 PM 10/9/2007, you wrote:
Hi. As a couple of folks in this group have suggested, I'm looking at
Windows Media Player as a possibility for taking over many tasks that I
now assign to Winamp. But for the moment, my question is this. In
Winamp 5.35 I frequently encounter a runtime error. Reinstalling hasn't
seemed to help and no other player exhibits this issue. Has anyone else
experienced this problem?

Larry



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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 of us here on any of these lists can give you is 
to just uninstall and re-install but as you said, it doesn't seem to 
help.  Most of the developers seem to hang out at the Winamp forums located at
http://forums.winamp.com
Unfortunately they still appear to be using a captcha system which 
doesn't appear to have an audio alternate *make note to self to write 
to them about that*
but if you ask them via e-mail and explain your reasons for wanting 
to sign up to report a problem, you will hopefully get some 
help.  But that really is the best way to report a major bug like 
that, if it had to do with screenreaders we could approach the 
vendors and ask for help but since this seems like it's a Winamp only 
thing, then the forums are probably your best way to go.
Hope that helps.





At 01:44 PM 10/9/2007, you wrote:
Hi. As a couple of folks in this group have suggested, I'm looking at
Windows Media Player as a possibility for taking over many tasks that I now
assign to Winamp. But for the moment, my question is this. In Winamp 5.35 I
frequently encounter a runtime error. Reinstalling hasn't seemed to help and
no other player exhibits this issue. Has anyone else experienced this
problem?

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Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-12 Thread anthony campbell
hi larry, try the new version 5.5 and install the lite edition.

hth
anthony

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 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 of us here on any of these lists can give you is
 to just uninstall and re-install but as you said, it doesn't seem to
 help.  Most of the developers seem to hang out at the Winamp forums 
 located at
 http://forums.winamp.com
 Unfortunately they still appear to be using a captcha system which
 doesn't appear to have an audio alternate *make note to self to write
 to them about that*
 but if you ask them via e-mail and explain your reasons for wanting
 to sign up to report a problem, you will hopefully get some
 help.  But that really is the best way to report a major bug like
 that, if it had to do with screenreaders we could approach the
 vendors and ask for help but since this seems like it's a Winamp only
 thing, then the forums are probably your best way to go.
 Hope that helps.





 At 01:44 PM 10/9/2007, you wrote:
Hi. As a couple of folks in this group have suggested, I'm looking at
Windows Media Player as a possibility for taking over many tasks that I 
now
assign to Winamp. But for the moment, my question is this. In Winamp 5.35 
I
frequently encounter a runtime error. Reinstalling hasn't seemed to help 
and
no other player exhibits this issue. Has anyone else experienced this
problem?

Larry



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RE: Winamp Question

2007-10-12 Thread albert griffith
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 and
delete anything referring to winamp you find there. 

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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 be necessary. 
The best advice any of us here on any of these lists can give you is to just
uninstall and re-install but as you said, it doesn't seem to help.  Most of
the developers seem to hang out at the Winamp forums located at
http://forums.winamp.com Unfortunately they still appear to be using a
captcha system which doesn't appear to have an audio alternate *make note to
self to write to them about that* but if you ask them via e-mail and explain
your reasons for wanting to sign up to report a problem, you will hopefully
get some help.  But that really is the best way to report a major bug like
that, if it had to do with screenreaders we could approach the vendors and
ask for help but since this seems like it's a Winamp only thing, then the
forums are probably your best way to go.
Hope that helps.





At 01:44 PM 10/9/2007, you wrote:
Hi. As a couple of folks in this group have suggested, I'm looking at 
Windows Media Player as a possibility for taking over many tasks that I 
now assign to Winamp. But for the moment, my question is this. In 
Winamp 5.35 I frequently encounter a runtime error. Reinstalling hasn't 
seemed to help and no other player exhibits this issue. Has anyone else 
experienced this problem?

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Re: Winamp Question

2007-10-12 Thread Lisa hayes
And then it is a good idea to run a windoctor or registry cleaner to clean 
any references in the registry.  I had to do this when I uninstalled winamp 
recently.
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 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 
 and
 delete anything referring to winamp you find there.

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 On Behalf 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 them some info about your error
 message and anything else that might be necessary.
 The best advice any of us here on any of these lists can give you is to 
 just
 uninstall and re-install but as you said, it doesn't seem to help.  Most 
 of
 the developers seem to hang out at the Winamp forums located at
 http://forums.winamp.com Unfortunately they still appear to be using a
 captcha system which doesn't appear to have an audio alternate *make note 
 to
 self to write to them about that* but if you ask them via e-mail and 
 explain
 your reasons for wanting to sign up to report a problem, you will 
 hopefully
 get some help.  But that really is the best way to report a major bug like
 that, if it had to do with screenreaders we could approach the vendors and
 ask for help but since this seems like it's a Winamp only thing, then the
 forums are probably your best way to go.
 Hope that helps.





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Hi. As a couple of folks in this group have suggested, I'm looking at
Windows Media Player as a possibility for taking over many tasks that I
now assign to Winamp. But for the moment, my question is this. In
Winamp 5.35 I frequently encounter a runtime error. Reinstalling hasn't
seemed to help and no other player exhibits this issue. Has anyone else
experienced this problem?

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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


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 Hello listers,
 If I am in my music folder and  playing an mp3,using winamp.  How do I 
 switch from one file to another?  Thanks
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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 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 press Enter and the file starts playing
: from the point I stopped it the last time I was listening to
: it.  This solution will work regardless of what screen reader you
: use.
:
: At 12:20 AM 10/05/2007, you wrote:
:Is there any way to start listening to a book from the point where I
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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.
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 Is there any way to start listening to a book from the point where I stop? 
 it is quite boring to come back and forth.  Please help.  Thank you.
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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.

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 Is there any way to start listening to a book from the point where I stop? 
 it is quite boring to come back and forth.  Please help.  Thank you.
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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 press Enter and the file starts playing 
from the point I stopped it the last time I was listening to 
it.  This solution will work regardless of what screen reader you use.

At 12:20 AM 10/05/2007, you wrote:
Is there any way to start listening to a book from the point where I 
stop?  it is quite boring to come back and forth.

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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
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 hello friends, i am currently using winamp, but i don't seem to be able to
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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.
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Hi all.

If I'm using winamp as a DJ program, what's the best way to get microphone 
output as well as music?

Thanks in advance.

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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 additional connection from the output of the mixer to the
input of your computer's sound card, then a little creative tweaking
of the volume settings so as not to cause a feedback loop.  Apply some
external sound processing (like a compresser/limiter) or some internal
(like a DSP plug-in) and you're good to go.

On Wed, 23 Aug 2006 13:03:40 -0400, you wrote:

Hi all.

If I'm using winamp as a DJ program, what's the best way to get microphone 
output as well as music?

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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 rip some cd's with winamp. I've got a question, though.
In the CD ripping options, i have 9 encoders. I can only access 3 of them
from those. Are the six in the middle all paid encoders, or is there some
way to do other than WMA and WAV encoding?
thanks

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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.

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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 someone posted a link to it, Chris,
if memory serves. Does anyone have that link?

Thanks,

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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
 

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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, but
what is the 
key or key combination for
turning it on or off?
I alwo know how to get to the
equalizer window, but the key 
combination to turn the
equalizer on or ooff escapes
me.
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Re: Winamp question

2006-03-04 Thread nick danger
Hi ya Mike,

Hit alt-g this toggles the equalizer on and off.

Tony
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 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, but what is the
 key or key combination for turning it on or off?
 I alwo know how to get to the equalizer window, but the key
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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
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  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, but what is the
  key or key combination for turning it on or off?
  I alwo know how to get to the equalizer window, but the key
  combination to turn the equalizer on or ooff escapes me.
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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 
screenreader friendly version, which is version 5.13, available at
http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp513_full.exe
That's a direct link to the file.  While it's not the most recent 
version, it's just as usable as previous versions were, and version 
5.13 also fixes a major security bug.Version 5.2 most definitely 
is still screenreader friendly,  accept in the case of the newest 
version of Winamp library, which is a big hastle to screenreader 
users.  If you'd still like to give it a try though, you can get 
version 5.2 from:
http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp52_full_emusic-7plus.exe
hope this is helpful.


At 06:41 PM 3/4/2006, you wrote:
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, but what is the
key or key combination for turning it on or off?
I alwo know how to get to the equalizer window, but the key
combination to turn the equalizer on or ooff escapes me.
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Re: Winamp question

2006-03-04 Thread Robert Hebert
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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, but what is the 
key or key combination for turning it on or off?
I alwo know how to get to the equalizer window, but the key 
combination to turn the equalizer on or ooff escapes me.
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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

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 Greetings All!  I have winamp 5.08d and jfw 6 on an x p system and some 
 how
 managed to do something to my settings and winamp only plays one track 
 then
 stops.  It does this when I play a cd or if I click on play all in a
 particular folder where I want all files to be played, it only will play 
 one
 track.  I tried the control  .v. command and winamp says stop after 
 current
 track is not activated.  I cannot figure this out.  Is it a winamp thing 
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Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread Bruce Toews
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. Otherwise, I'd recommend a 
portable MP3 player with resume capability.

Bruce

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On Sun, 18 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 I want to find out where I left off on the study guide cd so that when I
 come back to the studying project I can resume where I left off. I also
 wanted to find certain parts of the book more rapidly. The scanning is being
 done by chapters so I think each track will be a chapter but within the
 chapter is there a way to search for key words or to skim through the
 chapter more quickly? Like getting to the chapter summary or study questions
 for example.
 - Original Message -
 From: Bruce Toews [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2005 5:11 PM
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 What exactly do you mean by a search feature? What do you want to do?

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 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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Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread julie dawson
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]
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Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2005 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. Otherwise, I'd recommend a
 portable MP3 player with resume capability.

 Bruce

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 On Sun, 18 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 I want to find out where I left off on the study guide cd so that when I
 come back to the studying project I can resume where I left off. I also
 wanted to find certain parts of the book more rapidly. The scanning is 
 being
 done by chapters so I think each track will be a chapter but within the
 chapter is there a way to search for key words or to skim through the
 chapter more quickly? Like getting to the chapter summary or study 
 questions
 for example.
 - Original Message -
 From: Bruce Toews [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
 Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2005 5:11 PM
 Subject: Re: Winamp question


 What exactly do you mean by a search feature? What do you want to do?

 Bruce

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 On Sat, 17 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 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
 playing
 in winamp. Is there a search feature or do you just have to open a 
 track
 and
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Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread Chuck Adkins
Wait you can use the jump to time feature in Winamp even with Window-eyes. 
You cn't search for a specific word though, but you could go righ to it with 
the jump command in Winamp, I do it all the time.


- Original Message - 
From: julie dawson [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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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 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
 Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2005 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. Otherwise, I'd recommend a
 portable MP3 player with resume capability.

 Bruce

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 On Sun, 18 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 I want to find out where I left off on the study guide cd so that when I
 come back to the studying project I can resume where I left off. I also
 wanted to find certain parts of the book more rapidly. The scanning is
 being
 done by chapters so I think each track will be a chapter but within the
 chapter is there a way to search for key words or to skim through the
 chapter more quickly? Like getting to the chapter summary or study
 questions
 for example.
 - Original Message -
 From: Bruce Toews [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
 Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2005 5:11 PM
 Subject: Re: Winamp question


 What exactly do you mean by a search feature? What do you want to do?

 Bruce

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 On Sat, 17 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 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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Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread Bruce Toews
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 time positions to jump to. Winamp should really implement this.

Bruce

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On Sun, 18 Dec 2005, Chuck Adkins wrote:

 Wait you can use the jump to time feature in Winamp even with Window-eyes.
 You cn't search for a specific word though, but you could go righ to it with
 the jump command in Winamp, I do it all the time.


 - Original Message -
 From: julie dawson [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC audio discussion 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 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
 Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2005 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. Otherwise, I'd recommend a
 portable MP3 player with resume capability.

 Bruce

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 On Sun, 18 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 I want to find out where I left off on the study guide cd so that when I
 come back to the studying project I can resume where I left off. I also
 wanted to find certain parts of the book more rapidly. The scanning is
 being
 done by chapters so I think each track will be a chapter but within the
 chapter is there a way to search for key words or to skim through the
 chapter more quickly? Like getting to the chapter summary or study
 questions
 for example.
 - Original Message -
 From: Bruce Toews [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
 Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2005 5:11 PM
 Subject: Re: Winamp question


 What exactly do you mean by a search feature? What do you want to do?

 Bruce

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 On Sat, 17 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 Does anyone know if winamp has any type of search feature? I'm having
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Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread julie dawson
I'm not talking so much about voice recognition, just word recognition like 
in a word document searching for the word counseling for example. I'll try 
the markers Is it only in individual tracks and do they save for future 
searches? I am very new with winamp except for listening to music. Thank 
you.
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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 recognition. And the nice thing about a time
 marker is you can have a hundred files and don't need to memorize a
 hundred time positions to jump to. Winamp should really implement this.

 Bruce

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 On Sun, 18 Dec 2005, Chuck Adkins wrote:

 Wait you can use the jump to time feature in Winamp even with 
 Window-eyes.
 You cn't search for a specific word though, but you could go righ to it 
 with
 the jump command in Winamp, I do it all the time.


 - Original Message -
 From: julie dawson [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC audio discussion 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 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
 Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2005 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. Otherwise, I'd recommend a
 portable MP3 player with resume capability.

 Bruce

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 Bruce Toews
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 On Sun, 18 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 I want to find out where I left off on the study guide cd so that when 
 I
 come back to the studying project I can resume where I left off. I 
 also
 wanted to find certain parts of the book more rapidly. The scanning is
 being
 done by chapters so I think each track will be a chapter but within 
 the
 chapter is there a way to search for key words or to skim through the
 chapter more quickly? Like getting to the chapter summary or study
 questions
 for example.
 - Original Message -
 From: Bruce Toews [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: PC audio discussion list.  Pc-audio@pc-audio.org
 Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2005 5:11 PM
 Subject: Re: Winamp question


 What exactly do you mean by a search feature? What do you want to do?

 Bruce

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 On Sat, 17 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 Does anyone know if winamp has any type of search feature? I'm 
 having
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 study guide for an examination scanned onto a data cd which will be
 playing
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Re: Winamp question

2005-12-18 Thread Chuck Adkins
I agree, was just trying to help. You must remember though that Winamp was 
designed to be used with music, not the spoken word like the Daisy format. 
Just some thoughts.

Chuck


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 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 time positions to jump to. Winamp should really implement this.

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 On Sun, 18 Dec 2005, Chuck Adkins wrote:

 Wait you can use the jump to time feature in Winamp even with 
 Window-eyes.
 You cn't search for a specific word though, but you could go righ to it 
 with
 the jump command in Winamp, I do it all the time.


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 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.
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 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. Otherwise, I'd recommend a
 portable MP3 player with resume capability.

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 On Sun, 18 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 I want to find out where I left off on the study guide cd so that when 
 I
 come back to the studying project I can resume where I left off. I 
 also
 wanted to find certain parts of the book more rapidly. The scanning is
 being
 done by chapters so I think each track will be a chapter but within 
 the
 chapter is there a way to search for key words or to skim through the
 chapter more quickly? Like getting to the chapter summary or study
 questions
 for example.
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 What exactly do you mean by a search feature? What do you want to do?

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 On Sat, 17 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 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
 playing
 in winamp. Is there a search feature or do you just have to open a
 track
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Re: Winamp question

2005-12-17 Thread Bruce Toews
What exactly do you mean by a search feature? What do you want to do?

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On Sat, 17 Dec 2005, julie dawson wrote:

 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 playing
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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.

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 Does anyone know if winamp has any type of search feature? I'm having a
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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.


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On Sat, 17 Dec 2005, Dana S. Leslie wrote:


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 Donna, D O N N A

D. S. Leslie, née C. R. Guttman
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Does anyone know if winamp has any type of search feature? I'm having a
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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.

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Re: Winamp Question.

2005-09-11 Thread Robert Hebert
Anita, to add media to library, do the following
1. Alt l opens the library.
Tab once to remove missing files from library.
Down arrow here and you will come to add media to library--press enter.
In this section a list of songs will likely appear and it may be the last song 
you have played or a folder list of recently played songs. Just ignore these.
You want to be in the folder where your music is stored. In my case, that 
folder is called mp3.
This section is like a tree view so use your arrow keys until you have 
highlighted your music folder then when you have found it, do a right arrow to 
open the folder.
At this point, press enter.
If you have done everything correctly and if I haven't forgotten any steps--all 
the selections in your music folder should be added to your library.
This does not mean that all the songs are duplicated again and that you are 
using up gigabytes of disk space.
Adding your music files to library simply creats a list of your music files 
that you can access from your Winamp library.
If you have your songs recorded in such a way that they are listed by artist, 
album, song title and track, you will have a very nice view of all your music 
from within your library.
You will be able to see a list of all the artists, albums or song titles you 
have and each in a separate list.
There is a bunch more info too but you will see that for yourself.
You will also be able to cue your songs and I believe make a play list but I 
for some reason have not done this yet though I keep intending to--I really 
must as a little experiment.
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Hi Anita.  I think you use alt l!  
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Subject: Winamp Question.


 Hi list,
How does one access the library in winamp version5.1? I'm using 
 window-Eyes 5, Windows XP home with service pack two and two-hundred 
 fifty-six k of RAM.
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Re: Winamp Question.

2005-09-10 Thread Robert Hebert
To perform a search from within the library, go to your view tab.
I believe you have to name your view or it might already be called my new 
view.

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Yes, that's not the command I'm inquiring about though. How does one perform 
a search?
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 Hi Anita.  I think you use alt l!
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 Hi list,
How does one access the library in winamp version5.1? I'm using
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Re: Winamp Question.

2005-09-09 Thread Dana S. Leslie
,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 to 
library, or other functions.

But, in any case, if all one ultimately wishes to do with the library is to 
scroll through a list of the media files already on one's computer and 
select what to play from there, it is far simpler, I find, to ignore the 
library, all together. Instead, from the winamp main window, press shift-l. 
One is then presented with a tree view of one's hard drive. browse the 
treeview till you come to the folder in which you store your media. You can 
click on the folder to load the entire contents of the folder into a 
playlist, or you can continue to browse your music folder till you find the 
particular subfolder containing just what you want to play. If all you want 
to play is a single track, not a folder full of tracks, start the whole 
process with the l (rather than shift-l) command, and browse the slightly 
different interface till you find the track you want to play, and click on 
it.

In either of these ways, you can ignore the continually losing focus and 
difficult to negotiate library, all together.

Blessed Be,

Dana

D. S. Leslie, née C. R. Guttman
Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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From: Robert Hebert [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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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 library.
 Down arrow here and you will come to add media to library--press enter.
 In this section a list of songs will likely appear and it may be the last
 song you have played or a folder list of recently played songs. Just
 ignore these.
 You want to be in the folder where your music is stored. In my case, that
 folder is called mp3.
 This section is like a tree view so use your arrow keys until you have
 highlighted your music folder then when you have found it, do a right
 arrow to open the folder.
 At this point, press enter.
 If you have done everything correctly and if I haven't forgotten any
 steps--all the selections in your music folder should be added to your
 library.
 This does not mean that all the songs are duplicated again and that you
 are using up gigabytes of disk space.
 Adding your music files to library simply creats a list of your music
 files that you can access from your Winamp library.
 If you have your songs recorded in such a way that they are listed by
 artist, album, song title and track, you will have a very nice view of all
 your music from within your library.
 You will be able to see a list of all the artists, albums or song titles
 you have and each in a separate list.
 There is a bunch more info too but you will see that for yourself.
 You will also be able to cue your songs and I believe make a play list but
 I for some reason have not done this yet though I keep intending to--I
 really must as a little experiment.
 - Original Message - 
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 Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 10:19 AM
 Subject: Re: Winamp Question.


 Hi Anita.  I think you use alt l!
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 Hi list,
How does one access the library in winamp version5.1? I'm using
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Re: Winamp Question.

2005-09-09 Thread Dana S. Leslie
Anita,

from the Winamp main window, press alt-l. Then, tab three times. This will 
place you in an edit field into which you can type the search string you 
want to find. However, it will search only the subsection of the library 
highlighted on the treeview that is one tab back from the edit field. And, 
this treeview is very difficult to negotiate in the new version of Winamp. 
JAWS continually loses its focus when you tab away from this treview and 
back to it. You continually have to use the JAWS cursor to find this tree 
view once again, and route pc to JAWS. This is the major reason (but not the 
only one) why I think the Winamp library is more trouble than it's worth. 
but, if you want to try to figure it out, skype me over the weekend, and 
I'll try to talk you through it.

Dana

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 Yes, that's not the command I'm inquiring about though. How does one 
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Re: Winamp Question.

2005-09-09 Thread Anita
Not sure how to get to the view tab, nor how to rename it.
Anita
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 To perform a search from within the library, go to your view tab.
 I believe you have to name your view or it might already be called my new 
 view.

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 Yes, that's not the command I'm inquiring about though. How does one 
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 a search?
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Re: Winamp Question.

2005-09-09 Thread Robert Hebert
Great tip, thanks.
I got used to using the library but focus is now becoming a bit of an issue 
with latest version of Winamp. We're always playing catch up, arn't we?
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,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 to 
library, or other functions.

But, in any case, if all one ultimately wishes to do with the library is to 
scroll through a list of the media files already on one's computer and 
select what to play from there, it is far simpler, I find, to ignore the 
library, all together. Instead, from the winamp main window, press shift-l. 
One is then presented with a tree view of one's hard drive. browse the 
treeview till you come to the folder in which you store your media. You can 
click on the folder to load the entire contents of the folder into a 
playlist, or you can continue to browse your music folder till you find the 
particular subfolder containing just what you want to play. If all you want 
to play is a single track, not a folder full of tracks, start the whole 
process with the l (rather than shift-l) command, and browse the slightly 
different interface till you find the track you want to play, and click on 
it.

In either of these ways, you can ignore the continually losing focus and 
difficult to negotiate library, all together.

Blessed Be,

Dana

D. S. Leslie, née C. R. Guttman
Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Skype: dsleslie
Web: ÞE OL' PHILOSOPHIE SHOPPE
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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 library.
 Down arrow here and you will come to add media to library--press enter.
 In this section a list of songs will likely appear and it may be the last
 song you have played or a folder list of recently played songs. Just
 ignore these.
 You want to be in the folder where your music is stored. In my case, that
 folder is called mp3.
 This section is like a tree view so use your arrow keys until you have
 highlighted your music folder then when you have found it, do a right
 arrow to open the folder.
 At this point, press enter.
 If you have done everything correctly and if I haven't forgotten any
 steps--all the selections in your music folder should be added to your
 library.
 This does not mean that all the songs are duplicated again and that you
 are using up gigabytes of disk space.
 Adding your music files to library simply creats a list of your music
 files that you can access from your Winamp library.
 If you have your songs recorded in such a way that they are listed by
 artist, album, song title and track, you will have a very nice view of all
 your music from within your library.
 You will be able to see a list of all the artists, albums or song titles
 you have and each in a separate list.
 There is a bunch more info too but you will see that for yourself.
 You will also be able to cue your songs and I believe make a play list but
 I for some reason have not done this yet though I keep intending to--I
 really must as a little experiment.
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 Hi Anita.  I think you use alt l!
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 Hi list,
How does one access the library in winamp version5.1? I'm using
 window-Eyes 5, Windows XP home with service pack two and two-hundred
 fifty-six k of RAM.
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Re: Winamp Question.

2005-09-07 Thread Gary Wood
Hi Anita.  I think you use alt l!  
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How does one access the library in winamp version5.1? I'm using 
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Re: Winamp Question.

2005-09-07 Thread Anita
Yes, that's not the command I'm inquiring about though. How does one perform 
a search?
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How does one access the library in winamp version5.1? I'm using
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Re: Winamp Question.

2005-09-07 Thread Gary Wood
Hi Anita!  I don't know if this helps, but I have Winamp 5.1.  When I did 
the alt l, it took me to a prompt that says, Add media to library!  It 
then says, You have 0 media added to your library.  Would you like to add 
media?  Then it takes you to where you can press enter on i  you want to. 
I hope this helps.  If not, maybe others might have further suggestions!
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 Yes, that's not the command I'm inquiring about though. How does one 
 perform
 a search?
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 Hi list,
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