Author Topic: 'XMPlay-able' does not recognize Winamp plugin file types  (Read 3068 times)

Quanta

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In the Open file(s) dialogue, the file type 'XMPlay-able' only include file types recognized by installed XMPlay plugins, not Winamp plugins.

Zarggg

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This is intentional. Winamp plugins have their own file type entries.

Ian @ un4seen

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The "XMPlay-able" file type option should actually include all plugin-supported file types, including Winamp plugins. If you find that it doesn't, please try to find which is causing the problem, eg. check with only one plugin installed at a time (remove/rename the rest).

Quanta

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The "XMPlay-able" file type option should actually include all plugin-supported file types, including Winamp plugins. If you find that it doesn't, please try to find which is causing the problem, eg. check with only one plugin installed at a time (remove/rename the rest).

After disabling XMPlay MOD-packer plugin (rev.3), XMPlay XPK plugin (rev.3), and XMPlay ZIP plugin (rev.8), the 'XMPlay-able' bug no longer exist. The bug occurs when any of the above plugins are installed.

saga

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I have the MOD packer and ZIP plugins installed, but that doesn't change the fact that I can see all file types supported by Winamp plugins (as long as they report them to XMPlay).

Ian @ un4seen

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After disabling XMPlay MOD-packer plugin (rev.3), XMPlay XPK plugin (rev.3), and XMPlay ZIP plugin (rev.8), the 'XMPlay-able' bug no longer exist. The bug occurs when any of the above plugins are installed.

I don't seem to be able to reproduce the problem specifically with those plugins, so perhaps it is related to the number of plugins that are installed (or the number of file types). How many plugins do you have installed? Do you see all of the plugin-specific entries in the file types list, or do some seem to be missing? Are any of the file types that are listed not included in the "XMPlay-able" filter, and if so, which?

Quanta

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After rebooting the system, the 'XMPlay-able' bug exists only when XMPlay ZIP plugin (rev.8) is enabled.  However, after restarting XMPlay several times, enabling XMPlay ZIP plugin (rev.8) no longer triggers the 'XMPlay-able' bug.  Other than the 3 previously reported plugins, the types of installed plugin remained unchanged.  The installed plugins in tested system are the following:

Winamp DSP wrapper (rev.2)
Winamp VIS wrapper (rev.5)
XMPlay ACM plugin (rev.4)
XMPlay CD plugin (rev.10b)
XMPlay DirectSound plugin (rev.4)
XMPlay FLAC plugin (rev.8)
IFF-8SVX (rev.3)/XMPlay IFF/8SVX plugin, rev.3
XMPlay MIDI plugin (rev.10)
MusePack (rev.2b)
WavPack (rev.3)
Windows Media Audio (rev.13)/XMPlay WMA plugin (rev.13)
Winamp[in_adlib.dll]: AdPlug/Winamp v2.2.1-1/v.1.8.2/AdPlug Winamp plugin 1.8.2
Winamp[in_mdc.dll]: music creative driver v0.60 (x86)
Winamp[in_mdx.dll]: X68000 MDX Decoder v1.14.4 (x86)
Winamp[in_midi.dll]: Nullsoft MIDI player 3.01
Winamp[in_snes.dll]: Alpha-II SPC Player v3.3.4 (x86)/Super NES APU Emulator Plug-in for Winamp 3.3.4.7
Winamp[in_txt.dll]: Stu003 Text Speech plug-in v1.01 (x86)
Winamp[in_vtx.dll]: Soft Vortex AY/YM Emulator v3.00 (x86)/Vortex plug-in for WinAmp v2.xx (3.00)
Archive: LHA archives/XMPlay LHA plugin (rev.8)
Archive: MMCMP packed/XMPlay MMCMP plugin (rev.1)
Archive: PowerPacker archives/XMPlay PP plugin (rev.2)
Archive: RAR archives/XMPlay RAR plugin (rev.8)
Archive: WAD archives/XMPlay WAD plugin (rev.1)
Archive: 7-Zip archives/XMPlay 7-Zip plugin (rev.5)
Archive: ARJ archives/XMPlay ARJ plugin (rev.4)
Archive: XM-EXE 1.5 & 1.6 executables/XMPlay XM-EXE plugin (rev.2)
Archive: ZIP archives/XMPlay ZIP plugin (rev.8)
Archive: MOD-packers/XMPlay MOD-packer plugin (rev.3)
Archive: XPK archives/XMPlay XPK plugin (rev.3)

quanta

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After further investigations, it seems there is a more general relationship between what files are being recognized as 'XMPlay-able' and the amount of installed plugins. In the 'Open file(s)' dialogue box, setting file type to 'XMPlay-able' does not show file types that can only be opened by installed Winamp plugins, if there are more than 25 total plugins recognized by XMPlay. Similarly, if there are more than 25 total plugins, or more than 10 archive plugins recognized by XMPlay, setting file type to 'XMPlay-able' does not show ZIP archives in the file list. If there are over 26 total plugins, setting file type to 'XMPlay-able' no longer shows 7-Zip archives in the file list. If there are over 27 total plugins, setting file type to 'XMPlay-able' no longer shows RAR archives in the file list. In both cases, in the Input and archive plugins list, all plugins recognized by XMPlay are visible. When setting the file type to 'XMPlay-able' in 'Open file(s)' dialogue, the file list should show all supported file types depending on installed plugins, regardless of the quantity of installed plugins.