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Thread: winamp autoload question....

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    Post winamp autoload question....

    Well i want to update my player with a couple hundred more songs, and was wondering if i could use normal hd swap method, copy mp3s to my directories of mp3s, then have winamp automatically re-read the directories? (so it will recognize the new songs added).. I want to do this so i only have to pop the HD out of computer to update and not take whole comp. out of car.
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    Tim
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    i haven't tried this, but why don't you try putting a playlist in the startup folder instead of winamp. this way, you can add all the mp3s you want, and you just generate a new playlist, and copy over the old one? the playlist will bring up winamp on startup and all the new mp3 will be there.



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    Great idea about putting the playlist in the startup folder, Pixel. I tried it and it works like a charm.

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    There is a plugin that does just that. Reproduction Control, in the General plugins in the winamp page.

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