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I have the same problem. The BS Player downloaded two subtitles in different languages and depend with who I will watch this movie, I need english or polish subtitles. Problem is that I don't have any idea where they are downloaded to my computer.
Can someone help me, Please !!!! :)
I forgot to mention, I didn't setup in Preference directory for downloaded subtitles. I didn't notice this option before.:(
Last edited by stefka; 23rd February 2010 at 07:12 PM.
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