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BrowseAmp resets volume constantly
overwrites winamp.ini on winamp exit
Teancum98 #1
Member since Mar 2004 · 2 posts
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The title says it pretty well.  BrowseAmp resets the volume in winamp.ini to 254 every time winamp exits.  Normally that would not be a problem, since I usually use the knob on my speakers to adjust volume, but on full volume, I get distortion when playing back CDs and MP3s.  I've tried editing the winamp.ini file manually, but browseAmp kinda ignores it.  What gives?
Henry (Administrator) #2
Member since Jan 2003 · 865 posts · Location: Munich Germany
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You need to set a new volume with BrowseAmp not the winamp volume slider. BA stores the volume internally 'cause there is a bug with reading the current volume. If you don't use BA the old volume is always reloaded on startup. But editing the ini BEFORE you open winamp should also work.
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Editing winamp.ini (and saving it) before starting up winamp doesn't seem to have any effect.  But w/o BA, all's well, as you say.  How can I change the volume setting directly in BA?

BTW, props on the UI and functionality.  It's a lot better than the other web-control plugins I've tried.
Teancum98 #4
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Whoops.  Didn't register for that post.

Anyway, I edited the volume in browseamp.ini, and it worked.  Thanks.
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