When you install WMP10 it should convert existing data from WMP9 during the first run and remember all the ratings as far as they are not encoded inside the files.
I can't repro this - in step 5 I'm able to select the Bliss visualization just fine.
I finally found the skin chooser in the view menu.
I installed it here in the office and saw that the default is the Windows Classic skin. There it works perfectly indeed. But at home I prior had the beta release, and the default after the upgrade was the Windows XP skin. In that skin you will be able to reproduce the behaviour.
I seem to have found a minor bug, is anyone able to reproduce it?
1. Install the Energy Bliss plugin
2. Select the WM10 Bliss visualization in normal mode
3. Go to the Skin mode
4. Left click on the visualization area so it will change the visualization
5. Right click on the visualization area and try to select the Bliss again
I'm not able to select the Bliss visualization until I first change to another visualization.
What I also miss is the option to change the skin, but I haven't used it often anyway...
What I also would like is to change the shortcut keys to the Winamp ones (zxcvb) plus left and right arrows, just so much easier to do score work.
Thanks for the tips.
I'm going to install it tomorrow, since last tonight my (soon-to-be-ex-)ISP decided to reset the cable modem, so I had to leave for work with the download still not finished at 70%.
I just saw Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 refresh with Team System on MSDN. Download is going slow but steadily. I'm looking forward to try out the test-driven development component. Will it be hard to figure it out? Is there a good tutorial available yet?
I guess when you sign up there is no checkbox to say you are a Microsoft employee. It could be fairly easy to check the subnet to see if someone is signing up from within Microsoft. Guess what it takes is to mail Lenn to ask for changing the user info in the database to set the boolean for the field IsMSEmployee.
Some people are just not that bothered by status and outer appearance.