Freakyman wrote:Like the title states i have been having problems with the music playing in the 2.2 RC 1, im sorry if this has already been resolved im posting because i did somthing wrong.
i checked all files and folders all seem to be there maybe something is not letting it load up, yes the music-1.0.wz (i think thats how it goes) file is in the mods\global\autoload .
thanks for reading and replys soon to be made - by the way if this is a bug i will post a bug ticket.
Freakyman wrote:i checked all files and folders all seem to be there maybe something is not letting it load up, yes the music-1.0.wz (i think thats how it goes) file is in the mods\global\autoload .
alienkid10 wrote:Does shuffle still work? What if I don't want menu.ogg playing in game?
Nope, no shuffle.
menu.ogg will only play on menus *if* you don't replace it. *If* you replace it, then it will become part of the playlist.
Yeah, I know, it sucks./quote
if it sucks why was it changed?
zydonk wrote:let me be a complete stupe here.
I've added some ogg tracks to mod/music, amended a copy of the rpl from root\music and added that to mod/music. Get the original music, nothing else, ie not mine.
What have I done wrong?
zydonk wrote:Ooops, I meant wpl.
Herewith wpl from mods/music folder. Assume the titles are correct.
zydonk wrote:Actually, wasn't allowed upload the wpl, so it got zipped...
Tried the column layout indicated in this topic and then the line layout of the installed wpl. Neither worked.
It's good that you have given some time to this, Bug, but in truth I was trying it out of curiosity (you know, full-on WZ with Disco etc). I've grown used to the original tracks over the years and I am still comfortable with them (the only game I play where the music is not shut off).
If I give a last rehearsal of what I did, then perhaps you might spot the error. If not, then maybe it should be left aside - I'm sure there are more pressing issues.
leave the installed music folder untouched;
copy some ogg files (converted from MP3 by Jet Audio at 192Kbps) to mod/music folder;
copy installed wpl from installed folder to the mod/music folder;
amend wpl as appropriate;
start WZ, listen to your music - which of course is not happening.
Is the resolution too high?
I assume a wpl in mod/music folder will automatically replace that in the installed music folder, but only if the music files referred to are valid; that is, I wouldn't hear anything at all if they were not. (I'm getting the installed tracks.)
Oh, and yes, the included open source player is installed.
As I say, if you can't spot the error here, then just leave it be...