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0.62 (Feb 1, 2001)
Let the Golden Age of Instant Messaging begin!
3.1 (Apr 29, 2000)
Would be more useful, methinks, if it can be made to integrate into the Windows toolbars/taskbar (not unlike the feature seen with the ZoneAlarm Desk Band).
3.1 (Sep 27, 2000 - 5:27 AM)
I see your points, Core Logic. Once the initial 'pain' of having to download a plugin is passed, everything is smooth, beautiful, and efficient. Hurry and get the plugin to non-IE browsers (I, for one, won't want to implement this format on my website if it can only be viewed on the IE browser). Programmers can surely benefit from this step in evolution, not just webmasters and CG-artists, if not sooner. I hope I will live to see the day when CBA survive and surpass the ancient and archaic GIF format.
3.1 (Sep 12, 2000 - 3:26 AM)
I remember a drink called Orbitz. It had these tiny floating spheres inside that won't sink to the bottom. Very interesting. Tasty too (at least one of the flavors was)! Yes, they once occupied www.orbitz.com. I don't know why they went out of business. I have an unopened bottle, so I guess it's sorta a collectible now eh? Sorry for this irrelevant post.
3.1 (Jul 28, 2000 - 5:21 AM)
Amen! I don't normally use the Windows Media Player for music. Its main purpose is for movies, for which I need all the resource my system could muster to play in the fullscreen mode (which, BTW, seems to be gone in version 7). This new version seems slow to load, as well as slow to respond. However, it does have a something I like -- the WOW Thing Audio-enhancer. Luckily, that is also available as a free WinAmp plugin. I dislike WMP7, and wish to go back to my previously installed 6.x version. But it seems that is not possible. Does anyone have any idea how I might be able to get rid of WMP7? Should I just install 6.x over it?
3.1 (Jul 27, 2000 - 4:09 AM)
Moo! Mooooo!! Moomoo ...?
3.1 (May 6, 2000 - 5:22 AM)
Agree. Realplayer's interface is not comfortable to me. Takes a while to load too (if not autoloaded into the system tray). WinAmp is great when used under the ShadeMode combined with AlwaysOnTop and placed to the left of the minimize button of a maximized window. Wish it has better audio though.