Going against several Windows user interface guidelines, this plugin provides a Winamp control panel on the title bar of the currently active application, with next/prev track, play and pause buttons as well as the title of the currently playing track. It's intended to let you forget about locating the Winamp window to do something to it. You can configure the plugin via Winamp's Preferences dialog box: Disable (or, enable) the title and change the button selection. To make it coexist with some other "skinning" apps, you have some control over the button positions and the default bitmap that is used.
Reviewing 4.1.11 (Mar 1, 2002)
I've been using this program for nearly a year. It works well. There are a few minor glitches when you have multiple windows open and continuely change between them. Other than that, I would like to see some sort of skinning ability.
Reviewing 4.1.11 (Nov 2, 2001)
I installed this crap on my machine a few months ago, it locked up my box and caused all sorts of problems.
I would not recommend it, took forever to find out who made it and to remove it!!!!!
Reviewing 5.0.9 (Jun 29, 2001)
Cool! I always ended up looking for my winamp window, but now i can just click a button on the titlebar.
Reviewing 5.0.8 (Jun 20, 2001)
It's not Winamp Title Bar Control's fault, but this thing gets strange under WinMX - at least when you have WinMX in new "single window" mode...let's just say the title bars that are supposed to be gone return, in an awkward fashion.
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