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(Solved) Windows Media Player 9

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Foxwander, Mar 6, 2003.

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  1. Foxwander

    Foxwander Thread Starter

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    Mine is just a curious problem but it is darned annoying. My WMP9 forgets which playlist was running last! With version 7 when I started the player it would have whatever playlist I'd shut it down with loaded and ready to play. But with 9 it starts with nothing loaded and I have to select a playlist every time. Its just annoying. I thought it might be an option that I don't have selected but nothing in the options menu looks like it would cause this. I suspect its just the random nifty feature that microsoft had to get rid of to go along with the improvements of version 9. (You know how they can never leave ALL the cool functions of a previous version of software working when they issue a "new and improved" version. :rolleyes: )

    Anyway, if nobody knows what the heck I'm talking about let me know and I'll try to give more info. And any help you can give would be greatly appreciated. If not I guess I'll switch back to version 7 and hope the cool tiny, unobtrusive skin I found still works with that version. ;)
     
  2. gotrootdude

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    Check tools/ options / privacy settings / under history (bottom of options menu) on options/privacy page.

    Click,save file and url history in the player option.
     
  3. Foxwander

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    I figured it had to be something silly I just wasn't seeing right. Thanks! Works fine now.
     
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