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Author Topic: 3.4 reports, queries and bugs  (Read 251381 times)
saga
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« Reply #220 on: 19 Jan '08 - 11:52 »
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concerning your second issue, i can only confirm this for heavy cpu load and it also happened all the time when i didn't have the library activated. please check your system load in the taskman, maybe an evil program is stealing your resources Grin
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« Reply #221 on: 20 Jan '08 - 17:03 »
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Can XMPlay play Videos??? Huh Huh  ?
Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked

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Dotpitch
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« Reply #222 on: 20 Jan '08 - 17:03 »
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Can XMPlay play Videos?
No.
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tniemi
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« Reply #223 on: 20 Jan '08 - 23:26 »
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Yep, that does seem to be it. Windows multi-line controls require "\r\n", so the "\n" will have to be expanded by XMPlay first, which is a nuisance Tongue

I'll do that for the next update.

Please also note that old Apple OS used "\r" for newline:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newline#Representations
You may want to fix that too. I know few people that are unable (and unwilling) to upgrade to OS X.
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Zarggg
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« Reply #224 on: 21 Jan '08 - 17:25 »
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Please also note that old Apple OS used "\r" for newline:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newline#Representations
Actually, I think you have that backwards. In fact, the article itself states that Unix uses LF and MacOS-pre9.0 uses CR. (which are not \n or \r, but that's a different discussion entirely Tongue)
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Tsorovan
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« Reply #225 on: 22 Jan '08 - 08:32 »
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Hmm? CR = "\r" (in C etc), and I don't really see how tniemi is wrong here?
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amit
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« Reply #226 on: 22 Jan '08 - 13:53 »
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A small thing :
When pressing ctrl+c in extended playlist window and library window the selected track's title is copied to clipboard. Doing the same in playlist panel will not copy anything. Is it intentionally? Is it possible to make ctrl+c copy the title also in the playlist panel?

Thanks.
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Ian @ un4seen
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« Reply #227 on: 23 Jan '08 - 16:20 »
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Please also note that old Apple OS used "\r" for newline:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newline#Representations
You may want to fix that too. I know few people that are unable (and unwilling) to upgrade to OS X.

Do you have any example files that have this problem? If so, please upload one to have a look at here...

   ftp.un4seen.com/incoming/

When pressing ctrl+c in extended playlist window and library window the selected track's title is copied to clipboard. Doing the same in playlist panel will not copy anything. Is it intentionally?

Yep, as the shortcut is called "Info - Copy to clipboard" Smiley

I guess it could be extended to the playlist panel, but then the shortcut would probably have to be renamed to reflect that.
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tniemi
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« Reply #228 on: 24 Jan '08 - 13:09 »
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The tinies of tiny bugs:

When changing the state of Info screen's "loop list" (tick_loop_info.bmp), the List screen's "loop list" (tick_loop.bmp) does not update until next redraw (fex. mouseover).

Otherway around works fine. The Random play order button works beautifully both ways.

Spotted in otherwise quite spotless 3.4.2.1.
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Ian @ un4seen
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« Reply #229 on: 24 Jan '08 - 15:16 »
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When changing the state of Info screen's "loop list" (tick_loop_info.bmp), the List screen's "loop list" (tick_loop.bmp) does not update until next redraw (fex. mouseover).

Oops! That'll be corrected in the next update.
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amit
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« Reply #230 on: 24 Jan '08 - 16:33 »
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I guess it could be extended to the playlist panel, but then the shortcut would probably have to be renamed to reflect that.

This would be appreciated.
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tniemi
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« Reply #231 on: 24 Jan '08 - 20:35 »
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Please also note that old Apple OS used "\r" for newline:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newline#Representations
Actually, I think you have that backwards. In fact, the article itself states that Unix uses LF and MacOS-pre9.0 uses CR. (which are not \n or \r, but that's a different discussion entirely Tongue)

0x0A == U+000A == LF == Line Feed
0x0D == U+000D == CR == Carriage Return

The Unix newline "\n" == LF
The Dos/Win newline "\n" == LF CR
The Mac OS 8 newline "\n" == "\r" ... WTF? [The sound of gates of hell opening]

But let's not be nitpicky here... Smiley
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Barna
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« Reply #232 on: 10 Feb '08 - 00:08 »
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Think I found a memory leak in the Visualisation.
Just open clean XMPlay, Press F4, rightclick, select any of the built-ins and start to resize the window.
When resizing some memory isn't freed up, seems more on bigger window sizes. When using Windows with "show window content while dragging and resizing" it gets quite a big leak when resizing the vis-window higher than 600x600 or so.
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saga
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« Reply #233 on: 10 Feb '08 - 01:19 »
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bug confirmed on my machine, well spotted!
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Auren
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« Reply #234 on: 14 Feb '08 - 18:35 »
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A feature request:
I'd like to be able to delete certain strings of my URL-history by just hovering on them and pressing the delete button. Just like I do this in my Firefox Smiley
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Zarggg
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« Reply #235 on: 15 Feb '08 - 17:16 »
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I thought that was handled by Windows?
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Auren
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« Reply #236 on: 15 Feb '08 - 17:35 »
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I'm speaking about these entries:


They can't be deleted. The only thing I can do is to clean xmplay.ini's URLHistory parameter by hand — but that removes all the entries.
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Ian @ un4seen
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« Reply #237 on: 16 Feb '08 - 17:30 »
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Think I found a memory leak in the Visualisation.
Just open clean XMPlay, Press F4, rightclick, select any of the built-ins and start to resize the window.
When resizing some memory isn't freed up, seems more on bigger window sizes. When using Windows with "show window content while dragging and resizing" it gets quite a big leak when resizing the vis-window higher than 600x600 or so.

Here's an update to try...

   www.un4seen.com/stuff/xmplay.exe

A feature request:
I'd like to be able to delete certain strings of my URL-history by just hovering on them and pressing the delete button. Just like I do this in my Firefox Smiley

Haven't done that, but the update above includes a "NoHistory" secret INI setting to tell XMPlay not to save the URL/directory/search history.
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hagbard23
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« Reply #238 on: 18 Feb '08 - 19:49 »
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Hi, I'm new here  Smiley

I think I've found a bug in XMPlay.
It always crashes when I use "Options and stuff" -> "Playlist" -> "Library" -> "Add" -> with "Sub-directories" box checked. Actually a few seconds later.

I've uploaded drwtsn32.log file in a zip file, but I can reproduce the error anytime if you need other data.
I'm using XMPlay 3.4.2.26 with latest plugin versions, also tested with 3.4.2.1

Thank you for the best audio player  Smiley

* drwtsn32.zip (12.9 KB - downloaded 1 times.)
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Dotpitch
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« Reply #239 on: 18 Feb '08 - 22:04 »
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It always crashes when I use "Options and stuff" -> "Playlist" -> "Library" -> "Add" -> with "Sub-directories" box checked. Actually a few seconds later.
Is it always the same folder you're adding? Can you add the folders to the playlist, or does it crash then as well? (Might be some dodgy file.)
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