Well, there actually is an odd case where the call would be required twice. If the audio only consumes a single WavPack block then the additional flush is required to make sure that the RIFF header and trailer are not in the same block. Not very likely, but possible...
And, of course, you know I'm not going to rename the function, B! But I will update the docs.
I haven't tried to turn it off (because I like it), but I think that the button labelled "+ QUOTE" with the tooltip "Toggle multiquote addition" might do it.
Quote from: photographer on 03 April, 2007, 01:52:13 PMThe author of the software has made the corrections that you noted and has published a link to the updated .dll's in the thread at : http://www.poikosoft.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=2573#2573 . Thanks very much for your help and your great softwares.Wow, that was fast! Thanks for the link, but unfortunately only registered users can access that page. Does it seem to fix the problem?Thanks,David
The author of the software has made the corrections that you noted and has published a link to the updated .dll's in the thread at : http://www.poikosoft.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=2573#2573 . Thanks very much for your help and your great softwares.
<snip> ... so, doing both verifing the integrity (blocks' crcs) and fingerprint should take about 2 minutes.how you do it in a one ?
Is the shell ext meant to work with Vista? I have a dual boot setup with Vista and XP Pro, andthe shell extension works fine with XP but not Vista.
I've tried several times to get the shell ext to work with Vista but have been unsuccessful. I use FreeCommander in both Vista and XP, and the shell ext works in XP for both Windows Explorer and Freecommander, but it won't work in Vista.
No, it does not work in Vista's Explorer. Since I have a dual boot situation I just use XP's Explorer orFreeCommander to check files for both XP and Vista. I love the app!