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Messages - Rikimbo

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Help me find that... / A old song please help!!
« on: April 06, 2006, 06:09:47 »
Yeah, I didn't notice that XMPlay isn't accurate for alot of mods until I noticed it butchering my own songs...  Still, serves it's purpose for whatever I need it for.

Help me find that... / A old song please help!!
« on: April 05, 2006, 01:43:52 »
Hmmm really?  I distinctly remember being able to load all of Mod Archive, AND an archive of about 40,000 modules that Axxy sent me a while back.  That's something like 70,000 mods :O, and it only crashed after fairly long intervals of time...  Hmm, though, come to think of it, you may have to load them bit by bit, since I remember XMPlay crashing a few times when I was attempting to create the playlist, but then being fine after it was set up, and it could load it again fine.  Sensitive, moody program I tell you.

I'll look into that again soon I suppose, to make sure I'm not daydreaming.

Help me find that... / A old song please help!!
« on: April 05, 2006, 01:34:43 »
Load them all in XMPlay, and then sort them by length.  Trust me, XMPlay can handle huge lists like that.  XMPlay may decide to crash occasionally because it gets moody (sensitive program), but it's functionality is otherwise fine even at large lists like that.  Once you've sorted them all by length, just work your way down from the longest tune and try to find it that way.

The Lobby / You April Foolers...
« on: April 01, 2006, 07:44:04 »
hahaha yeah, I thought at first m0d was just being silly, or that someone had haxx0red the site... I always forget about April Fool's XD

« on: March 11, 2006, 05:55:00 »
OoOooOo random sample sharing, nice, I like it.  :D

There's quite a few interesting ones in there that I could try out, so thanks!

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