Re: setting up winamp
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In Winamp Press c to playh/ pause.
Bz will play the next track if in a playlist.V will jump to the end of a track.
X will jump to the start of a track.
Z will play the previous track if in a playlist.
Up arrow will increase volume and down arrow decrease
Left and right arrow will skip back and forward withing a track.
NVDA and T will announce the track playing.
to sFurther commands are available with the NVDA addon to get time elapsed etc.
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From: Cearbhall O'Meadhra
Sent: 29 November 2017 10:03
Subject: Re: [nvda] setting up winamp
I have just discovered Winamp myself! I see that you and many others are fully familiar with it. I installed it two days ago. I can play my mp3 files now but I had a problem finding out how to do it. I have no menu bar like the menu bar in other Windows programs. I found that the application key gives me a choice of actions. I wonder have I installed a non-accessible version of Winamp? What should I do to have a fully accessible version and where can I find ou all about what to do?
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Some files will play but she can't play the ones in her country music folder.
It doesn’t sound like it is a file-type association issue if they won’t play at all. Does anything play? Has she tried opening them from winamp itself rather than from file explorer?
She's trying to play mp3 files but for some strange reason, she can't get them to play. I had to think about the extention but they're mp3 files.
I think she's using windows 7. I'm not sure about the extentions.
What extension or extensions are they and what version of Windows is she using?
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