Thank you for this. Having multiple MP versions in common use must be a maintenance nightmare.I'll see if I can build a 1.12 version for your production system, and maybe throw in a 1.15 PR version as optional.
I have downloaded the 1.12 and 1.15pre versions and will test them later today or tomorrow.
One feels that the EJECT button on the remote ought really to be TOGGLE_CD_DRAWER. But if Windows does not allow "drawer open" to be distinguished from "empty drive", one is stuck. (I suppose that state tracking of the CD drive might provide a solution, but that is probably a lot more complicated, and possibly not "watertight".)Please be aware that it's difficult if not impossible to detect the difference between empty drive and open tray. Thus writing logic to always open and close the tray appropriately with only one button is tricky
Yes, I agree with this; it would provide more consistent operation.due to the difficulty in distinguishing closed empty tray from open tray, I think we should modify this so that eject only ejects and load only loads. It would be nice to be smart, but functional is the ultimate priority.
The duplicate entries did not last very long; after several further button-presses on the remote, the duplicates disappeared (probably when I caused MP to redraw the screen completely). Hopefully matching the fix version to the MP version will avoid this happening.Using either the load or eject ( ) menu items to close the tray containing an audio CD does not give me duplicates.
Thank you for taking the time to address this issue.
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