still use Winamp for music, myself, but..I’m pretty sure it’s dead software. I
am running 5.666 on my desktop, and I installed that 5.8 beta or hack or
whatever the hell it is on my laptop. I really think the only thing they did
for 5.8 was to remove some dead plugins.
addon doesn’t seem to do much for me.
good news is, as long as Windows continues to support Windows Direct Sound –
winamp will probably still work. Sure, it’s legacy, but not even Foobar uses
wasapi natively from what I can tell. Seems audio standards takea really
long time to catch on.
firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Steve
Sent: July 15, 2021 07:03 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Are there up to date add-ons
Unless something has changed, Winamp isn't out of support. It was
updated to version 5.8 back in 2019 and I believe there are still plans for
Odd that the add-on works for some and not for others. It very
definitely doesn't work for me. I was warned that it would be disabled
when I updated and that it was.
On 2021-07-15 12:11 a.m., Arlene
Hi, Yes, Bryan is right. Winamp is an
old piece of softwhere. I installed the addon Confirmed Ron it works for me.
I use it all the time.
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I looked in
my list of add-ons after updating to 2021.1 and it says enabled and when I
use Winamp, it works with no problems. I am running 1.2 of the
On 7/14/2021 9:56 PM, Steve Wettlaufer
Forgive me if I missed something here on the list or couldn't find
it in a search for some reason, but I'm curious about the availability of
add-ons for Winamp. The Extended Winamp 1.2 that I had been relying
on forever obviously no longer works after the 2021.1 version
update. Are there plans for it to be updated? If not, are
there other options out there that perform the same or similar functions?
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