And as has often been mentioned, the Winamp plugin doesn't override XMPlay's native mp3 decoder when it comes to playing the file. I'm attaching an older version of in_mp3.dll which works on my system.
Thanks! I did not know that XMPlay's decoder overrides Winamp's! That was my main reason for not including Winamp's in_mp3.dll in my setup.
I am not very keen on the splitting subtracks into virtual tracks idea, but It would be nice to have some control on which subtracks get played. Here is another suggestion: Can you add for files with cue sheet reference a multiselection submenu of their subtracks? By defualt all subtracks will be ticked (enabled) and unticking (Disabling) will cause them to be skipped. This way the subtacks will retain their original order and will not pose any problem for continuous gapless playback. Only skipped tracks will have to be handled...
Did not know Ian was talking about virtual
tracks! I thought he meant actual splittling of cue sheet audio files! hehe.
Your mockup is quite nice, amit. A right click submenu would be nice.