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When using Windows Media Player 10 (latest version as of this post), I enjoy using the Color Chooser under View/Enhancements. I've found that it looks even better to select the "Use black as Player background color" option.

This is identical on my work PC and my home PC, both running exactly the same versions, however they look different.

When navigating under the Library tab, selected groups of songs in the list are highlighted, giving the appearance that certain groups of songs are separated from each other. However, it's somewhat random, and the highlight is too bright for me to view the actual songs' titles!

This is just on my work PC. My home PC looks great on this setting, and there's none of this highlighting going on.

Does anyone know what on Earth this is? What is different about my 2 versions of the exact same media player?

One other (OT): Can ripped CDs in WMP10 be accessed by WinAmp? Or will I have to rip all those CDs again?

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