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Default Subtitle doesn't close with file

After I close a file (movie), the subtitles file doesn't close with the movie.
If you open another movie after you close a movie, this second movie is shown with subtitles of the first movie.
The new subtitles file is loaded and in the list, but the previous subtitles file are on top of the list and is played, so you have to select the proper subtitles manually.
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Doesn't seem to me as if you're using BSPlayer's native possibility to display subtitles. Are you sure you're not using another application like e.g. VobSub? (Is perhaps a green arrow displayed in the system tray?)
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I only use BSplayer to view movies and subtitles.....
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Default Re: Subtitle doesn't close with file

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The new subtitles file is loaded and in the list, but the previous subtitles file are on top of the list and is played, so you have to select the proper subtitles manually.
What does this list look like?
Advice: if you rename your subtitles to the same name as the movie (except for the subtitle's extension of course) subtitles are loaded and displayed automatically.

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Perhaps another possibility:
Uncheck (deselect) "Auto load any subtitles in current directory" under "Options" > "Preferences" > "Subtitles" (if presently checked/selected)
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I use the same name for movies and subtitles and idd the subtitles were loaded. What was displayed where the subtitles of the first movie, while the second movie was displayed. After closing the first movie I opened the second movie.

example (could be any movie): First movie: Frequency, second movie: Mission imp. II. The subtitles are loaded with Frequency and shown. Then I closed this movie and I opened MI-II. The movie plays and you see the wrong subtitles: those of Frequency. Idd. the subtitles are in the list (main menu --> subtitles) but at second place and not selected. First place (the selected): subtitles of Frequency. A solution is to select the other subtitles in the list manually, but in my opinion this has to be done automatically (by closing the subtitles file of the first movie with the movie file, and not only the movie file when you do: "Close file" in the main menu).
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I checked also another way: when I open a movie and then open another movie. The subtitles are shown correctly of the second movie. There's nothing wrong here. The problem appears with this sequence: open number1 --> Close file --> open number2.
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I have been able to reproduce this problem and you're right: this seems to be a bug.
There is a way to avoid it though and that is by working with playlist.
If you put your files in (or add them to) the playlist and press the [>|]-button on your control panel (depends on skin used), the next movie should load and play with its own subtitles.
(You might want to define the enqueue-option in addition to the default load option to facilitate easy adding files to the playlist; Note (1) I use this myself for version .86 but I did not test it for version 1.0 of BSPlayer (2) also note the name of the executable of version 1.0 is bsplay.exe and not bplay.exe like in version 0.86)
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