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Author Topic: Comments and suggestions concerning the XMPlay Support site  (Read 182271 times)
Rah'Dick
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« Reply #20 on: 18 Apr '06 - 18:46 »
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Alright, if you're able to keep track of everything... Smiley Less work for me then! Grin
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Rah'Dick
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« Reply #21 on: 20 Apr '06 - 19:00 »
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The new support site is online!

This thread can be closed now. Smiley
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raina
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« Reply #22 on: 20 Apr '06 - 20:31 »
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Nice.
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Ian @ un4seen
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« Reply #23 on: 20 Apr '06 - 21:11 »
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Very nice work! Particularly like the logo Smiley

I do have one little suggestion, and that's to separate the native and Winamp input plugins, so that it's clear which are the preferred option.
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Rah'Dick
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« Reply #24 on: 20 Apr '06 - 23:16 »
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You're right. Done. Smiley
I removed the CD input plugin as well.

Edit: Yay, my 500th post!
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« Reply #25 on: 20 Apr '06 - 23:24 »
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Outstanding job on the new site.

I would like to see a "Current version" up in the top right like the old site had. It was useful for quickly checking version numbers. Also a direct download link to the latest version along with the version number I mentioned.

I think too that the XMPlay Archive should be more prominent so we don't have to search for it. Maybe give it it's own menu section, or work it in with the "current version" I mentioned?

Just my 2cents
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« Reply #26 on: 20 Apr '06 - 23:29 »
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Wait, disregard. Sorry about version number thing and direct download. I forgot that it was in the main XMPlay page.

The more prominent archives still stands though  Smiley
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Rah'Dick
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« Reply #27 on: 20 Apr '06 - 23:41 »
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Well, I have implemented a priority system for the file categories, so I can sort them... Maybe I should rank the Archive a bit higher then. Smiley
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Knurek
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« Reply #28 on: 21 Apr '06 - 06:30 »
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Adplug entry (and all the other with big extension list) doesn't wrap the extension list under Opera.

Outdated winamp input plugins:

64th Note - XMS: 0.08, the newest version: 1.1 Final (AFAIR)
Paragon MGB Player: Those are actually GBC musics, not GBA (though GBA is capable of playing them -  backwards compatibility and all).
Nezplug - XMS: 0.9.4.8, the newest version 0.9.4.8+2 (http://www.vesta.dti.ne.jp/~tsato/software.html
S98Amp - XMS: 1.3.1+6, the newest version: 2006/01/13 (http://www.vesta.dti.ne.jp/~tsato/soft_s98v3.html)
There's a new sap player - ASAP - http://asap.sourceforge.net/. Better emulation quality than in_sap.
VGM plugin was also updated recently - XMS doesn't state the version #, so I can't say if it's lagging behind.

Would be a good idea to replace severly outdated Nosefart entry with NSFPlug (http://dsa.sakura.ne.jp/index.php?NSFplug) and NotSoFatso (http://slick.panicus.org/notsofatso.php). Both have the best emulation quality of all the NSF plugins, it's just that NotSoFatso's GUI sucks ass IMO.

//Edit

There's also a new version of Highly Experimental (2.08 vs XMS's 2.07) with *native* support for XMPlay. Smiley
http://www.neillcorlett.com/he/
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Rah'Dick
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« Reply #29 on: 21 Apr '06 - 18:02 »
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Thanks! I'll update the stuff later this weekend. Smiley I took most of the descriptions directly from the old support site, so I wasn't aware of the irregularities.
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Knurek
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« Reply #30 on: 21 Apr '06 - 19:41 »
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Thanks! I'll update the stuff later this weekend. Smiley I took most of the descriptions directly from the old support site, so I wasn't aware of the irregularities.

I've also written about some other new winamp plugins earlier. There should be a thread with it somewhere on page 7.

Also, there are a few more native plugins than listed on the site:
xmp-midi
xmp-mpc
xmp-psf (yupp, the new HE2.08 works quite fine)
xmp-delix
xmp-ra
Possibly others as well.
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Maserati
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« Reply #31 on: 21 Apr '06 - 20:39 »
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omg its soo much better WOOT!  Cheesy
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Rah'Dick
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« Reply #32 on: 21 Apr '06 - 23:19 »
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Ok, I've just put up some updates and additions. I couldn't find the XMP-PSF plugin, tho. Any hint?
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Zarggg
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« Reply #33 on: 22 Apr '06 - 02:24 »
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Link was already posted, Tom.

http://www.neillcorlett.com/he/ :p
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Keltic Danor
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« Reply #34 on: 22 Apr '06 - 09:37 »
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* Keltic Danor drops in...
Keep up the good work! Grin
* Keltic Danor ...runs out the door
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Rah'Dick
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« Reply #35 on: 22 Apr '06 - 11:15 »
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Link was already posted, Tom.

http://www.neillcorlett.com/he/ :p

Thanks!
I see that the plugin now has a native XMPlay installer option, but is the plugin itself a native one? For now, I'll put it into the Winamp category.

Hm, I visited the 64th Note website a few days ago and it seemed all up and running. Now I wanted to update it but the site's gone. Pity.
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Knurek
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« Reply #36 on: 22 Apr '06 - 13:09 »
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Thanks!
I see that the plugin now has a native XMPlay installer option, but is the plugin itself a native one? For now, I'll put it into the Winamp category.

Yes, it's native. The exe on the site contains both in_psf and xmp-psf.

Hm, I visited the 64th Note website a few days ago and it seemed all up and running. Now I wanted to update it but the site's gone. Pity.

Server switch.
This might help: http://69.72.144.18/~halleys/usf/index.php#64th
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Ian @ un4seen
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« Reply #37 on: 23 Apr '06 - 19:38 »
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Ok, I've just put up some updates and additions.

Just to point out, I can't take credit for the "MSN now playing" plugin Smiley

Looking at the readme, it was created by "Elliott Sales de Andrade" with contributions by "Svante Boberg".
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Rah'Dick
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« Reply #38 on: 23 Apr '06 - 20:34 »
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Oh, thanks. I'll edit that Smiley

By the way, Ian, did you get my ICQ message earlier today?
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Helpermonkey
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« Reply #39 on: 24 Apr '06 - 08:34 »
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I'd like to sort skins by their rating.
Currently you can just sort by title | date. What are the ratings for if I can't sort by them?
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