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Old 2nd July 2004, 21:55   #16
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Quote[/b] (zen @ July 02 2004,20:10)]Its still winamp 2.8 for me.. none of the other players or newer versions give me the quality it does.

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Also i'd add "ACDSee" to the downloads list.....its an awesome image viewer...but contact me and ill tell u the best (older) version to get.....
2.41 by any chance?
Hey bud,

we are on THE same wavelength!!

Yes! ACDSee 2.43 (almost identical im guessing)

and winamp 2.8, just the best, no frills and a TON of plugins!

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Old 2nd July 2004, 22:44   #17
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tell me you have the hotkeys plugin for winamp and i'll believe that wavelength crap :P

but seriously, the older versions of so many softwares are just so much better! www.oldversion.com is a good place to get them.

back on topic, http://sourceforge.net/projects/guliverkli/ has some good video related software including a player called Media Player Classic which I saw in action at a friend's place the other day. Lightweight and fast.
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Also pal MP3 workshop XP, X Video Convertor and itunes (since it has radio stations across the globe) wud do good on ur comp. The former two are available on download.com and shud solve ur problems regarding converting formats of various audio and video files into different formats.

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Quote[/b] (v12 @ July 01 2004,10:50)]Can you guys please help me in some more useful softwares [especially imaging s/w].
Hey v12.
You've already mentioned Photoshop.
What do you mean by imaging s/w?
Anything else apart from Photoshop?
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ya any other s/w other than Pshop.
Pshop is the best, i know. But then an imaging s/w only for editing pics [brightness/contrast/colors etc]. Cos in Pshop file size increases even when u adjust brightness/cont etc.
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Maybe you're looking for IrfanView.
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i am currently using Irafanview. its quite a good s/w. Nice image viewer too. But nohtin beats the old version of ACDSee [sorry if i've mispelt it].
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Quote[/b] (v12 @ July 03 2004,09:05)]ya any other s/w other than Pshop.
Pshop is the best, i know. But then an imaging s/w only for editing pics [brightness/contrast/colors etc]. Cos in Pshop file size increases even when u adjust brightness/cont etc.
Photoshop file size will not increase while adding brightness/cont. Besides Photoshop will give you what you want today and also in future.
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great stuff guys. BUT, have any of you tried crazy browser?? IMO, its way better than Opera, is less of a strain on your resources and is just a lot simpler to operate from.

Also, it allows you to customise the pop-up blocker. As each window opens in a separate tab, it real easy to browse multiple sites. And, when a site does have a pop-up it opens as a separate tab without interfering with your work. If its just an ad, you add that to your blacklist and it don't pop-up again!!

try it out. Crazy Browser site

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