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Old 14th January 2008
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No luck if you manually load the subtitle either?
[Crtl]+[L]

Could you open the subtitle file with Notepad or Wordpad and copy e.g. the first three sub-lines here?

Which filters are shown under
(rightclick) > Options > Filters > Advanced?

Did you place your subs in the subtitles folder/directory as defined by you or in the same folder as moviefiles?

Possibly your settings prevent you from seeing that the (original) file-extension is (e.g.) .txt? The result of your renaming would then be that it actually ends with .srt.txt now, so that the file-name itself no longer matches the name of the corresponding avi.
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