error message: "Unable to open item for playback (Object not foun 2009-01-09 04:20:55 I am using the latest prd release: foobar0.9.6.1.I have ripped a bunch of my CDs to FLAC using EAC. When I view these CDs in foobar, the majority look fine. A minority, however, are displayed with every track being repeated: there is one version for the FLAC file and a second version for the WAV file. The FLAC files play fine, whereas when foobar tries to play one of the WAV files it generates an error dialog with a message like Unable to open item for playback (Object not found): "F:\media\audio_flac\Classical\8_Baroque\b_Misc\1994 ~ Biber · Finger · Neruda · Vejvanovsky\Biber · Finger · Neruda · Vejvanovsky.cue" / index: 1Sometimes, the "Object not found" is replaced with "Sharing violation".Now, there are no WAV files in the directory--EAC's default configuration to delete them after ripping is in force.So why does foobar think that there are WAV files in there? Well, I assume that it has to do with the cue sheet that is also in the directory along with the flac files. In EAC, the first action that i do before starting the FLAC rip is to generate a CUE sheet: Action --> Create CUE Sheet --> Current Gap SettingsI stick with EAC's default choice (Append Gaps To Previous Track, which I understand is simply an alias for Multiple WAV Files with Gaps... (Noncompliant)).EAC uses .wav file estensions inside the cue sheet, for instanceFILE "01 ~ H. I. Franz von Biber (1644-1704) ~ Sonata No. 4 in C major for Trumpet, Strings & Basso Continuo.wav" WAVEBut why do most of my albums not have this double display and error dialog issue? What went wrong with those albums that do have this issue?I presume that my cue sheet somehow got mixed up, at least that is what this threadhttp://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=64775would lead me to suspect. But I have no clue as to what exactly is wrong.Thanks in advance for any help that you can offer.