Might be caused by the "stop when hidden" feature, or just the fact that the plugin doesn't like messing with it much - mind you, Winamp visualization plugins are generally made to run in one static window only.
Milkdrop 2.1 _http://rapidshare.de/files/49190402/milkdrop2.zip.html
Runtime error!Program: C:\Program Files\foobar2000\foobar2000.exeR6034An application has made an attempt to load the C runtime library incorrectly.Please contact the application's support team for more information
I just downloaded this and copied foo_vis_shpeck.dll to my component directory. When I launched foobar2000 after, it gave me an error message. Now when I go into shpeck preference page, I only see AVS and Morphyre but not milkdrop. When I hit refresh I get the same error message again.
I downloaded the edited version you uploaded. So should I just replace the original in C:\Program Files\Winamp\Plugins with this one?
I've noticed one thing, when I load milkdrop2 using shpeck, the settings are the default ones (I changed the autopreset blend time etc). In winamp it's still my old settings though. So does shpeck have it's own configuration for the plugins?
I think there's a small bug preventing me to change tracks from within milkdrop using the playlist menu ('P' key). I see my foobar playlist perfectly fine but when I try to play a track it just restarts the currently playing track (doesn't switch tracks).
Try enabling "Playback > Cursor Follows Playback" or the other option or disable or something, IIRC.
Oh my God. Milkdrop inside foobar. Thanks so much Yirkha!