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Old 9th July 2002, 05:41   #1  |  Link
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WMP XP problems?

hey! i use WMP that is included with Windows XP, i think is version 8. But my problem is that when I go into full screen and i move my mouse that little taskbar comes up in the right corner with like play and pause, well my problem is that the transparency on the ebtire bottom of the screen when the taskbar comes up is screwed up. like it deforms the bottom of the picture until the taskbar goes away. I dunno what this is. Anybody have an answer or suggestion. I like to use BSplayer for most stuff but WMP is good a other stuff. Thanx. I fixed this before by formating but thats my only way.
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You still have WMP 6.4 under Win XP. It is hidden in the directory "c:\program files\windows media player", under the name mplayer2.exe. If you want to stick to WMP, at least use this one, it is a lot better. ( no fancy stuff... )
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you can also use zoomplayer, this is the best WMP replacement available !

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u can just type "mplayer2" in the start -> run dialog also ...
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