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Microsoft Windows Media Player XP V10


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jddarkdeath

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Alright I've been buggering about with this problem now for... oh probly a month and some. I get my playlists up and all that and save it and all that jazz. But in older version you added media to your "now playing list" and it stayed there. Not true for my v10! Did I screw up with it somehow? Or is something not right with this player? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
Additional question: are there any major problems or concerns that people have with WMP V10?
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So, you drag items to the Now Playing List and they vanish? Weird. Once I drag something from the left (like albums, etc) they stay there.

Did I read your problem right?
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When I close the program and re open it I have a blank playlist no matter what.
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I DID misunderstand you.... I had a feeling that I was. Mine does the same thing... the "Now Playing" list seems to reset after the program is closed.

I also don't see an option that would change that. Sorry.
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Thanks anyways. I really do prefer WMP over winamp all of a sudden though. Transitory period, oh well.
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