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I am running Winamp3 alpha internal build 443 in XP final ,and i have many problems:( anyone have the same situation???

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khaos34

well there partnah, what are yer problems? :s

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aco

I have problems too:

  • Doesn't seem to be any AVS
  • Not all items are skinned with the new "purple-blue" skin
  • Slow to open "add files" in the playlist editor (I think this is only my problem)

I would stay with L8R, don't go for the internal build. ;)

BTW, If anyone else has slow loading of the "add files" dialog box in the playlist editor, I would like to know. :) Thanks

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stupidicons

Winamp3 is ALPHA. which means it hasn't even reached beta stages yet, OF COURSE IT HAS BUGS. (*Smacks forehead* Duh)

If you want a pretty much bug-free Winamp, get Winamp 2.76

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LiGhTfast

whats the point in winamp3?? just the new skins?

winamp2 works just fine, but i dont use either, wmp8 i alot better imo and looks better too :)

i tried winamp3 b4, only thing noticable about it the new skin style layout, stick with 2 or wmp8 :)

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khaos34

yup yup... they're not problems. winamp 3 is still being made, so don't worry about it. look at it as just a preview of things to come =p

i like wmp8 too =p i still use winamp to play my mp3s though. it's a lot faster, takes up less resources, and has all the functions that i need. i use wmp8 sometimes just to compare or when i'm in the mood to use a nice lookin systemaudio player

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grimman

dunno the point, but it's completely re-written, so all coord-bugs which was such a lovely feature in wa2.x are GONE.

and skinners have much more possibilities to make it look exactly as they want it to

// grimman

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Gr_Terror

How do i fix the file assosiations in winamp3 alpha?

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