Originally posted by Volcano The program can't handle letters like "é", it displays weird charachters instead. (Screenshot...)
Originally posted by Volcano In one case, the Media Library displayed two numbers in front of every song, one in yellow and another in green, for no apparent reason at all. Unfortunately, I didn't capture a screenshot with this - it looked quite funny, though.
There are many items that Nullsoft would like to include in Winamp3 that costNullsoft licensing money per-download.
Originally posted by Volcano Do you possibly know what kind of features that's supposed to be?
Originally posted by rc55 Yes, there has been some pretty nice things appearing because of nullsoft, notably:- Application Skinning (although there are pro's and con's with that - I always use the main skin)
Originally posted by peekpoke 2. PIMP (now called some kind of generic name (NAIS?)), the free, small, fast, installer. Excellent stuff! Used by all sorts of programs, for instance the latest ZoomPlayer (recommended Video player) uses it as an installer.
What I see as a user: Winamp3 = Winamp2 + media library + advanced skinning + crossfading + video player capability + internal routines to factorize large numbers for the NSA (must be some reason why it's so slow).