Perhaps the context mmenu will provide access, then. We'll see what is reported. If not, uninstalling and reinstalling and making sure the classic skin is checked during installation might solve the problem as well. another possibility is, that if the skin being used lets you go into properties and cause Winamp to be displayed in the system tray, and then right click it, that should open the menus as well. It would b faster and easier than uninstalling and reinstalling. I thought that only the original skin was installed by default but if I'm wrong, various possible ways to change the skin might be tried.
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From: Arno Schuh
Sent: Friday, May 12, 2017 12:04 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] WinAmp
There are skins and/or windows inside Winamp that prevents opening the usual
menues by pressing alt and/or ctrl keys. So the only way to reach the Winamp
menue is to right click the icon in the systray.
After changing the skin i. e. to the Classic Skin, the usual key commands
will work again.
May be there are ways to get the key commands working in Modern Skins, too,
but it is hard to explain.
Am Freitag, 12. Mai 2017 17:50 schrieb Gene <gsasner@...>:
> I'm not sure what accounts for the difference but it looks like
> another way of opening the same menu as alt f does. So it appears
> that it is just another way of doing the same thing and will be
> unlikely to solve the original problem.