WavPack Use Help 2018-12-22 00:56:18 Hi everyone. This is my first post here, so I hope I'm following proper procedure. I’ve recently been trying out WavPack and finding it very useful, but suddenly I’ve come across a rather annoying problem. I’m not the best a command line stuff, so I’ve been using the WavPack frontend. However, the frontend suddenly started saying that it couldn’t find the “SStab” in “TABCTL32.OCX”. My tale of confusion then began.Solutions I tried:1. Simply re-download/install Wavpack and the frontend, as this happened once before and that fixed it (didn’t work)2. See if the program isn’t being run as an administrator somehow (it was)3. Look up both “TABCTL32.OCX” and “MSCOMCTL.OCX” and download them from OCX to see if somehow the default ones given with the frontend went bad (same issue)4. Look up even more about “TABCTL32.OCX” and have windows redownload its own version to see if some update or another broke it (said it went fine and the problem remained)5. Did a “sfc scannow” to see if somehow any file was corrupted and was causing an issue to occur indirectly (everything was fine)After all these solutions failed I gave up and decided to try and learn how to use the command line using the manual provided on the website, but that only gave an error message:PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> WAVPACK [-h] A12[wav.] - [C:\Users\lapli\Desktop\Wavpack\Wavpackoutput]WAVPACK : The term 'WAVPACK' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program.Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.At line:1 char:1+ WAVPACK [-h] A12[wav.] - [C:\Users\lapli\Desktop\Wavpack\Wavpackoutpu ...+ ~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : ObjectNotFound: (WAVPACK:String) , CommandNotFoundException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : CommandNotFoundExceptionSo, I now come to you all to try and make sense of this issue. I’d like to somehow find a way to fix this frontend problem, but I understand the frontend is "given as is" so I don't expect miracles. If that isn't reasonable, then I ask if someone can explain the command line to me a manner that my dummy brain can understand.Also, sorry for the length of this post, I wanted to be clear on what I tried to give you all context to work with.