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Conal Charles (Guest) #1
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Hi there,
             I love the look of BrowseAmp and it looks perfectly wonderful in the server computer a Windows 2000 Professional. But in the Windows XP and Win 98 PCs the text is garbled and sometimes you get HTML code itself in the webpage. The tables get misaligned and it looks very untidy and the list will not scroll beyond a certain point.

            Could the proxy server be responsible for badly parsing the code ? We use MailGate. Sometimes operating Winamp from the client computers causes Winamp itself to hang. We are using Winamp 5.01 Lite - though it appears perfectly well in the client computer.

             Can you please help - our office loves it ! Could there be a functionality of allowing everyone one song per 'turn' so everyone gets a chance ? Some of our more boisterous employees will lay on a full album of some ear splitting stuff and then its not so nice anymore....

Conal Charles
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Strange! :blink: I suppose there is a problem with your proxy. I have seen this problem with the old BrowseAmp versions (1.xx) but after a complete redesign of the HTTP engine (BA 2.xx) everything seemed ok. Have your tried forwarding BrowseAmp connections directly (Don't know if this can be done with that proxy...)?

I'll keep the "boisterous employees" in mind. Currently I am still working on the media library support. User management is the next (I hope).

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