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black_ps 1st July 2011 02:06 AM

[FIXED] bsplayer has a problem maintain files association
 
i`m using version bsplayer pro 2.57 1051 , it has a problem with file association ,if i put it to keep all video files when i start it it's not working,if i put winamp to restore file association on start it's working,i think the file association must be improved,as if winamp steal association on start bsplayer can't restore them,you will see them unselected if you start bsplayer and it will not restore the,i think this is a very important and stupid bug. :bug:

SupergamE 31st July 2011 07:38 PM

My Settings
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set WinAmp for audio files only:
1. Options -> Preferences -> File Types -> check the "Audio Only".
2. in the File Type list -> remove the selection from "MP4".

set BS.Player for video files only:
1. Options -> Preferences -> File Types -> press "Select" -> choose "Select none".
2. Options -> Preferences -> File Types -> press "Select" -> choose "Select Video types".
3. Options -> Preferences -> File Types -> under Associated protocols choose "MMS".
4. Options -> Preferences -> File Types -> choose "Register extensions on player start"

* one more thing -> never EVER open WMP or the stupid thing will steal the file types !!!

black_ps 23rd September 2011 04:58 PM

This bug has been fixed,Thank you.

DragonFighter 3rd October 2011 11:25 AM

Well, a similar bug exists. BSplayer keeps stealing file associations whenever a new version is installed. Particularly, it doesn't remember which files were associated with it prior the update and it registers all extensions on player start.

BSPeter 3rd October 2011 01:38 PM

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When (re)installing, do you perhaps leave installation/setup defaults without unchecking/deselecting certain options (like "Associate ...")?

DragonFighter 5th October 2011 09:25 PM

Yes, indeed...
However, it should remember its file associations and not re-associate all files with it.
That would be better.

BSPeter 6th October 2011 01:32 AM

Well, I would say, then simply deselect this box when (re)installing. I expect BS.Player will then only be associated to those file-types which you previously selected. At least that's my experience (and it also sounds logical to me).
:wink:

Ico-man 24th November 2011 09:46 AM

Yes, it works like this - if you deselect 'Associate with' box, then the installation leaves your filetype associations as they were in previous version.


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