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Old 27-10-09, 08:10 PM
mrapoc mrapoc is offline
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WMP 12 playing next song instead when double click

Hey guys

On win7, wmp 12 sometimes plays the next song rather than the song you double click. It even displays the tracks info which you double clicked, by bloody plays the next song. Anyone else get this?

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Old 27-10-09, 10:10 PM
nathan nathan is offline
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Originally Posted by name='mrapoc'
Hey guys

On win7, wmp 12 sometimes plays the next song rather than the song you double click. It even displays the tracks info which you double clicked, by bloody plays the next song. Anyone else get this?
seems ok with me, i'll have a google to see if i can find anything.
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Old 27-10-09, 10:13 PM
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Nope.

Not happened to me yet.

Will also googles.
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Old 01-11-09, 12:33 AM
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Havent tried WMP12. Think vlc has become too easy to use.

But what amazes me is how "programmers" can take such things as web viewer, media players, and just botch them.

I'm not being funny, but they seem to make them look pretty but then overlook something simple in the user-bility.

Some1 had to install the old mp classic in order to view something without issues - I mean come on.
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