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Rob Studdert
2004-08-04, 07:44
Hi Richard,

Sorry for spawning a new thread with the old subject line but I've only just re-
subbed.

SoftSqueeze V1.0 is working well for me, the audio clipping anomaly is still
present if I select "Primary Sound Driver" for the Audio Mixer selection but as
before using the "Java Sound Audio Engine" seems to offer a remedy, there
doesn't seem to be a noticeably audible difference in the audio level now
either. Lookin' good, thanks again for putting the time and effort into this
great little player.

It's great to see the vertical remote has finally made an appearance too :-)

Any possibility of undocking the remote in future versions?

Cheers,

Rob

Neil Cameron
2004-08-04, 07:49
You can move the remote separately if you hold CTRL while moving it with the
mouse.
Is that what you meant?
--
Neil

"Rob Studdert" <pdml (AT) swiftdsl (DOT) com.au> wrote in
message news:411182F3.4856.29AB185 (AT) localhost (DOT) ..
> Hi Richard,
>
> Sorry for spawning a new thread with the old subject line but I've only
just re-
> subbed.
>
> SoftSqueeze V1.0 is working well for me, the audio clipping anomaly is
still
> present if I select "Primary Sound Driver" for the Audio Mixer selection
but as
> before using the "Java Sound Audio Engine" seems to offer a remedy, there
> doesn't seem to be a noticeably audible difference in the audio level now
> either. Lookin' good, thanks again for putting the time and effort into
this
> great little player.
>
> It's great to see the vertical remote has finally made an appearance too
:-)
>
> Any possibility of undocking the remote in future versions?
>
> Cheers,
>
> Rob

mherger
2004-08-04, 07:51
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> Any possibility of undocking the remote in future versions?

It's in the faq (http://softsqueeze.sourceforge.net/faq.html):

Can I more the remote seperatly from the main window?
Yes, press Control while dragging the window.

--

Michael

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