Started by grzegorj, April 25, 2013, 21:53:57
Quote from: grzegorj on April 25, 2013, 21:53:57I am pretty sure that this forum engine is not perfect.
Quote from: grzegorj on April 25, 2013, 21:53:57Moreover, in fact there is no place for bug reports here. I learnt that bugs should be reported at http://bugs.openmpt.org/ - but all I found there was a search engine. No possibility to start a new report.
Quote from: grzegorj on April 25, 2013, 21:53:57Moreover, in fact there is no place for bug reports here. I learnt that bugs should be Even worse, I cannot have logged in. When I clicked "Signup for a new account", a message appeared and forced me to put my login and password. But I clicked there to signup, not to login! All this looked like a joke, really.
Quote from: grzegorj on April 25, 2013, 21:53:57And unserious treating peoples. I do not know what is the aim of admins of the bug tracker. If that place lacks its basic functionality, what for is to write that people should write their bug reports there?
Quote from: grzegorj on April 25, 2013, 21:53:57IMHO, even if OpenMPT did not support 669 modules, it should not crash.
Quote from: grzegorj on April 25, 2013, 21:53:57The good old MPP can play 669 files but not always correctly. In the attachment there is an example of a 669 module that is not played correctly (among others, bad tempo starting from ca. 00:29). If you want to hear this module, you need Foobar2000 1.2.5 + Foo Dumb plugin (http://www.foobar2000.org/), or a very old program called Mod4Win (written for pre-95 versions of Windows but still working under XP). I do not known any other programs which could play this module well (no known WinAmp plugin, not even speaking of codecs for Windows Media Player).
Quote from: Saga Musix on April 25, 2013, 22:25:43I don't want to sound rude but you just failed to pass our spam bot protection. Read the login message and follow the instructions - that's all I can say. This is the most effective barrier to block spam bots, but apparently humans fail at it too - even though it's completely text-based and therefore even suitable for disabled people.