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    Post Configurable vis plugin for winamp

    Im looking for one or more visual plugins that allows me to define which key to use as exit/quit key (numeric keypad). Preferbly one that look nice

    anyone has any good ideas, several of the ones i have looked at allows you to define all other functions than the exit

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    I had the same problem...But when I use Gueiss in full screen and hit the "0" key on the numpad winamp kicks gueiss off and pulls open a file dialog box to find a new play list...and then i hit cancel and I am back in my OS. Not the best but it works.

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    hm, i'll try that, i guess ill have to make some sort of escape sequence stuff ... (num keypad only

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    I had the same problem while running Geiss. After a little research, I found a five-star solution. Please e-mail me and I can give you the full details. Would post them here, but I'm running late for a meeting. You can e-mail me at [email protected]
    "Yet, in order to justify your human fears, you have imagined a God who acts just like you. Therefore, you speak of God's "promise" to his "Chosen People," and of covenants between God and those God loves, in a special way. You cannot stand the thought of a God who loves no one in a way which is more special than any other, and so you create fictions about a God who only loves certain people for certain reasons. And you call these fictions Religions. [God] calls them blasphemies. For any thought that God loves one more than another is false--and any ritual which asks you to make the same statement is not a sacrament, but a sacrilege."

    - from Conversations With God, Book 3 by Neale Donald Walsch (p. 223) -

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