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61  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: May 02, 2010, 11:06:37 am
Peter,

if you want I can send a test environmet (PC computer) with all the problems persisting and some tracks. Maybe you want this ?
This will be clear PC with sound card. English version of Win7. That is all.

If it only helps Happy

Jarek
62  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Playlist focus after STOP on: May 01, 2010, 08:26:49 pm
Peter,

- is it possible that you always set focus to the playlist area after receiving ALT-S command (like mouse click on playlist area window) ?

- can you disable track / time edit operations in playlist area, only track select should be possible ?

This would improve operation. If one got focus after Alt-S, that remote commands (or keyboard commands)
can choose track with up/down keybord keys. This is great idea, I hope not months of development needed Happy
Everybody will enjoy this feature !

Jarek
63  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 30, 2010, 09:12:35 pm
Dear Peter,

I did not find any problem with D version, but I did not have much time....
Please download the track that does not play in C version. The link is valid for 7 days.

http://www.filefactory.com/file/b16266h/n/track_-_jarek.zip

Best regards
Jarek
64  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 30, 2010, 02:59:40 pm
I have some tracks that you could try and they do not play on C version, but they are greater than 30Megs. Cannot attach them. Maybe you use some FTP ?
65  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 30, 2010, 02:40:03 pm
Peter,

Your solution version D works, at least on the tracks that did not play on C version!

Below is related to standard vesion C.
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Just installed two NEW music servers with Windows 7 Home Premium ENGLISH 32bit on them, to avoid problems with some ASCII extended characters and error during playback on XXHighEnd ver.C. You can imagine that :

The problem is not system dependent (any windows: vista, 7, 32 or 64 bit) and not language dependent (english or polish is the same). I have the same problems on every computer I make. Not all ASCII extended characters are problematic. Some are not.

I installed all systems with default options, and installed XXHighEnd as should be (not for the first time Happy. Still the same errors on "C" version.

Checked config.sys in root and config.nt and they do nto contain any lines you suspected.
Thank you.

Jarek
66  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Issue with AutoHotkey on: April 15, 2010, 02:14:21 pm
I have strange problems with XXHighEnd working with AutoHotkey in attendent mode (did not test unattendent yet). Simply, commands sent to XXHighEnd cause only moving focus to a function button, and one need to press ENTER afterwards. For example, ALT-S highlites the STOP button, but does not executes STOP, I have to press <Enter> afterwards. The same other shortcuts. The problem is that from time to time it works fine, but more and more often it only highlights buttons by setting focus to them.
67  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 15, 2010, 12:14:06 pm
Peter,

inverted question mark commes from dbPoweramp CD Ripping software; when this software finds ? conmverts it to inverted questionmark, because ? is forbidden in a file system.

The question mark is for example in Pink Floyd, The Wall, Is There Anybody Out There ?. I took it from there. When somebody has 2000 CDs, surely there is at least 100 question marks in them. This is really quite common. Why did you find it in Hey You track ?
Because for testing reason (Hey You is shorter for me to type).

The same other characters. They come from Norwegian CDs, I have a lot of them, since the music is good.
So what can be done to solve this issue ?

Jarek
68  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 14, 2010, 04:34:53 pm
Dear Peter,

in order to insert ASCII extended char into CMD screen, I switched font in CMD window propertis do True Type. It worked. See attached screenshot. FLAC.EXE reported an error, converting ┐ to ?.  Try to reporoduce this.

Jarek
69  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 14, 2010, 02:53:07 pm
Yes, no problem. File attached.
I checked that every extended ASCII is converted in log file to question mark, so you cannot find problems in log file.
After log was created, I tied a lot of other tracks, in each case ASCII extended chars were converted to "?".
70  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 14, 2010, 12:16:55 pm
Dear Peter,

I tried to diagnose flac.exe in XXHIghEnd directory.
Created a track named hey┐.flac in this directory.
In dos box, tried to copy hey┐.flac name , but received hey?.flac instead, which is different name !
Then renamed hey┐.flac to heyŔ.flac and again, received heyc.flac.
Looks like every ASCII extended character is converted in DOS box to lower ASCII.
I tested this behavior on english version of Windows 2003 Server, and the same, ASCII extened are replaced.
Maybe they are replaced also when you run FLAC.EXE from within your code ?
Can we test it ?

Best regards
Jarek



71  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Quick test for users having non-english version of Windows on: April 13, 2010, 06:08:05 pm
Hi everybody,

I have problems with playing tracks containing any of ASCII extended characters. Peter has problems to investigate this.
If anybody uses non-english version of Windows, especialy Ultimate, please halp me and make a quick test.

Rename any track name on the disk adding ┐ character to the end of the track name (you can copy ┐ and paste it there). Thy to load this track into XXHighEnd and play it. See if any error occures.

Thank you ! Happy

Jarek
72  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 13, 2010, 06:01:29 pm
Hi Telstar,

can you please check if adding the ┐ character to the end of the track name, reload playlist and check it the track with modified name playes ?
73  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 13, 2010, 05:51:47 pm
Hi Peter,

this is not DOS 8.3 names problem, I alrady check it.
I see I am not the only one here.

The installation of Windows was clear and default.
I can get rid of those arrors by removing ASCII extended chars from the track name, but this is partial solution.
Let me know if something can be done here.

Jarek
74  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Titles that contain ASCII - extened chars do not play in XXHightEnd on: April 11, 2010, 05:55:08 pm
Dear Peter,

I know this topic was allready rised by me some time ago, and was not solved, but since then I installed 4 XXHighEnd on 4 different computers using clear system installation with default options. None other software was installed on that computers that could interfere with XXHighEnd.

I installed XXHighEnd twice on Vista and twice on Windows 7. The only things that are common to all the 4 installations are:
- polish version of systems
- Ultimate version of Windows (Vista and 7).

Summing things up, XXHighEnd cannot play any track that contains any ASCI-extended characters (code > 128) on polish Ultimate Version (Vista or 7).
The following 5 error screens are displayed by XXHighEnd.

The most common problem, is that diring ripping of CD, question mark character is converted to inverted question mark (code 168), which makes problem with XXHighEnd. Question mark is quite common in track titles.

Can you help me ?
Best regards

Jarek

75  Ultimate Audio Playback / Your thoughts about the Sound Quality / Re: How to further improve SQ on hi-res material ? on: March 19, 2010, 08:41:49 pm
Dear Peter,
I have checked and they are decoded as 24-bit not 20-bit FLAC.
Jarek
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