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BSPeter 29th February 2004 02:03 AM

BSPlayer 'steals' file-associations
 
BSPlayer 'steals' file-associations, which I find very annoying!
If you unselect file types, close the preferences window and subsequently open it again, file-types are again selected.
Even if I remove the filetypes from BSPlayers .xml file and letting WMP grab the file-extentions: after using BSPlayer the filetypes appear to be grabbed by BSPlayer again.
:wink:

mirkuma 29th February 2004 01:05 PM

Same here! It hapens to me with MP3 associations also! This bug is in all v1.0 versions, still not fixed!

yangui 27th March 2004 06:09 PM

a me too ...
 
yep same here :x
really annoying bug :evil:

plas 3rd May 2004 08:42 PM

not fixed in the build 808 ... :(

TheJack 4th May 2004 02:11 PM

Really annoying. I had to use jv16 PowerTools to fix this one (I just typed ''bsplayer'' in Registry Finder and deleted a few entries that refered to unwanted associations.).

iron2000 5th May 2004 05:49 PM

I did not have this problem.
I used the zipped version not the installer.

cludos 8th May 2004 03:22 AM

Really don't like adding another "me too" post, but I'm experiencing the same problem with v1.00 build 808.

It is indeed a pain to manually restore associations. This is the kind of thing I'd expect RealPlayer and Windows Media Player to do, not BSPlayer which is the best video player ever.

I hope this is fixed with the next versions :roll:


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