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NANY 2009 Release: Trout (audio player)

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dsy:
Hello

I have the error message "Error saving list contents" each time I close Trout.

Trout wants to save playlist in \Program Files\trout\list.tpl but it is not compatible with UAC mode of Windows Vista/Seven. Can you please save the playlist file in the "Application Data" folder?
The "Save As" doesn't keep the folder path.
And please, don't tell me to launch Trout in admin mode.

-Trout v1.0.4 build 90
-Windows Seven 32bits with User Access Control mode

Thank you.

skwire:
I have the error message "Error saving list contents" each time I close Trout.
Trout wants to save playlist in \Program Files\trout\list.tpl but it is not compatible with UAC mode of Windows Vista/Seven. Can you please save the playlist file in the "Application Data" folder?
The "Save As" doesn't keep the folder path.
And please, don't tell me to launch Trout in admin mode.-dsy (July 18, 2010, 02:41 AM)
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Until I add code for this, you have two options:

1) Run Trout from a different folder that isn't UAC-protected.
2) Run Trout in admin mode (but you knew that).

Apologies for the late reply (I've been out of town).

dsy:

Until I add code for this, you have two options:

1) Run Trout from a different folder that isn't UAC-protected.
2) Run Trout in admin mode (but you knew that).

Apologies for the late reply (I've been out of town).
-skwire (July 23, 2010, 01:18 PM)
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Thank you, I will wait for the fix.

skwire:
Website | Installer | Portable
v1.0.4 build 96 - 2010-09-22
    ! Updated to BASS v2.4.6 to fix a bug where the total time displayed
      in the status bar didn't always jive with the total time of the
      seekbar.

app103:
Discovered a bug:

When a file name contains a comma, Trout is unable to open Explorer to the file location.

On a file name like "Bjørn Lynne - Revive - 02 - Bridge to the Universe, part 1.mp3" you get an Explorer error stating that "The path 'part 1.mp3' does not exist or is not a directory."

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