yup, Tripex3 works now, exept for the "playtime bar" in the plugin, that crash xmplay if clicked :P. I don't really care, I never used it, but a bugreport is a bug report XD
It's so weird...
Just before I released 0.6 clicking on the bar in Tripex3 was disabled/not handled. Then I tried if XMPlay accepts the scrolling to a given timestamp (IPC_JUMPTOTIME) and it really did work... Well, at least I seem to remember that it worked then.
Then after I read your posting I tried again, and it didn't work anymore, but it didn't crash XMPlay here, it just restarted the song at 0:00 when being clicked anywhere.
So now I didn't change anything, but I may remove it again if it crashes other XMPlay installations (newest version).
ah, another thing. even minimizing before fullscreen, when changing volume a bubble still flickers... could it be the cursor? taskbar stuff? fake fullscreen is checked, as you suggested.
Yeah, the whole full screen flickering is still quite annoying... I ran out of ideas so nothing changed now...
I don't know if Ian wants to add another special input QueryInt for disabling all info bubbles (well, the title ones can be disabled in the options but the volume ones still remain if the volume is being changed by a plugin). Or maybe a change that XMPFUNC_MISC::ShowBubble with empty text or time <= 0 hides the bubble instead of showing just a small one which still fades out and causes flickering.
It would be fantastic, if your plugin would cycle through all valid images in the playing folder. The cycle time should be user definable.
It's available now in 0.7. It is set to 10 seconds per default and can be changed by closing the visualisation (after enabling the cycling) and changing albumart_cycleseconds in vis.ini in the XMPlay directory. Hope thats fine.
I also added some fancy cover art fading. It looks nice here, but may be annoying on slower computers or when displaying album art in a bigger window/full screen. So the fading can be disabled easily in the usual middle mouse menu.
I am playing network files as streams. it takes a few seconds until xmplay reads the files' tags - more than the time amazon cover downloader needs to return a negative response. Can you allow ACD to try multiple times to download the cover or alternatively allow to set a delay before its first try to download a cover?
It should be more intelligent now.
The plugin already retried before when the radio station/cue title changed. Now it does on any kind of song title tag change. Hope it works for you.
Here's the new version (not any change on the Winamp plugin wrapping, only cover art, as described above):