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Asle:
Never used that ... how is it displayed ?

Axxy:
How practical it is to display like this, especially with the sheer number of instruments/samples, I don't know.  This particular xm uses all of them because he included a text on the bottom line of the instrument list, so you have to scroll down to it.

Asle:
Ok, so, the correspondence between inst and samp is lost. I know of a few XM that must keep these two together.
[self promotion]
my own XM.intricate love.
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OK, in there, I would say in inst 09 "no Xtc player 0.95c"
and in the first samp of this inst : "mega ultraclick"
So, the FT2 way.
Out of context, the "message" is lost, as shown in XMplay/DP2.

Must think about it some more.
Sylvain

Axxy:

--- Quote ---OK, in there, I would say in inst 09 "no Xtc player 0.95c"
and in the first samp of this inst : "mega ultraclick"
So, the FT2 way.
Out of context, the "message" is lost, as shown in XMplay/DP2.

--- End quote ---

As is in most cases looking at other replayers/trackers.

I was more interested in being able to click the Info button on AMP to see what information was stored in the actual XM file, as one would do with the formats that Modinfo already supports.  I'm not to bothered how its presented to be honest. It's not like I load XM files into Fast-tracker anymore.

deus-ex:

--- Quote from: Asle on May 17, 2011, 23:07:12 ---Never used that ... how is it displayed ?

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WTF? Anyhow, what do you use to listen to modules on PC then? If you are using a PC, that is...

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