After last week’s somewhat dull update (installers are fun, installers are fun, installers are fun), lets see how that all progressed and if anything more fun was able to be done for this week.
I like making installers, I really do as I’ve had to keep telling myself all week. But as something that needs to be done to get one step closer to a beta release of WACUP then it’s something that now needs to be sorted out albeit at the expense of getting the plug-ins and loader finished off.
Another week, another slightly delayed posting (oh the joys of being family IT support) so without any more messing around, lets get on with this week’s update :)
I’m hoping this being a day late in actual posting is ok based on the things that will be covered in this update. So without messing around and in no particular order lets get on with this week’s update :)
Well it’s now a week on from the last update and the few days it took to update all of my machines to Windows 10 and so far I’m pleasantly surprised with it compared to having used Windows 7 on the same hardware. For those following, it turned out to be a dodgy cable that caused my development drive to have issues and not a bad Windows 10 install.
There’s a few little things that have catch me out from muscle memory between the Windows versions but it’s minor compared to Chrome 52 removing Backspace as means to go back a page which I’m not impressed with as Alt+Left Arrow isn’t as easy to do one handed. Apparently it’s been done to help prevent users losing entered form data by mistake which I guess makes sense but removing a long standing shortcut isn’t good.
And now on to the Winamp side of things from this week which is what you’re here for I hope :)
It is with the greatest of pleasure that I can announce the release of Waveform Seeker Plug-in v2.1.2 for use with the patched Winamp 5.666 release. The plug-in was originally developed by Gargaj who has very kindly allowed me to provide a new version of the plug-in with a number of improvements and important crash fixes over the previous release as well as including a previously unreleased feature from Gargaj (CUE sheet support on the waveform!).