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Bookmark Manager 2_13

Organize all your Audio files, CDs and URLs. View the list of active shoutcast servers ans find any file/server quickly

Organize all your Audio files, CDs and URLs. View the list of active shoutcast servers ans find any file/server quickly

This plug-in allows you to organize all your Audio files, Audio CDs and URLs and displays a list of Shoutcast ServersAfter you have added files, you'll be able to search any song by it's title, artist, genre, and location.Besides, you will be able to save the list of selected items, and load it later, to play it whenever you wants.

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September 12, 2001 by Carlos Andres Osorio Gonzalez32133 downloads

Bookmark Manager 2_13 - Organize all your Audio files, CDs and URLs. View the list of active shoutcast servers ans find any file/server quickly

Staff review

Decent organization tool

Allows you to maintain an extensive and organized playlist of files, directories, url's, etc. Gives you a good amount of control in terms of organization. Also uses your current skin to keep things visually consistent with the rest of Winamp.

Comments

Nice.. wish it cold Catalog all my music as well :) - March 11, 2010 by mykee X


Excellent! - Only Bookmark Manager to use - Excellent plugin. Perfect for managing large list of Internet radio stations. A few features for the future- true dockability (with all Winamp windows) Key toggle would be ideal (like other Winamp windows) - May 17, 2004 by A N


Doesn't Cooperate - Works well as a bookmark manager, but the list of Shoutcast servers that came with it wouldn't update due to an error, and whenever Winamp was minimized, this would completely disappear and I would have to close Winamp to get it back. Also, the uninstall entry in the Add/Remove programs area pointed to the inncorrect uninstall file as well. - August 3, 2003 by Nick Fowler


i like it all in all - I really would use this plug alot except i am addicted to mouse-wheel support and this plug doesn't have it yet. Also, I get alot of errors with the plug, though none lock winamp up, but that might be from a conflict or something. Other than that I like the plug. Oh yeah, besides mouse-wheel support, you could allow for docking on the top/bottom edges of the window instead of the sides only, and you could allow for someone to change the font size so that they could fit more info inside the window... later, thanks for the plug and look forward to any improvements! - March 9, 2003 by Ranger Lacy


Where is refresh? - This plugin is really good but I couldn't find any refresh function for folders. I've added contents of a folder. When I coppied some files to this folder I had to manually change list of files in plugin. Contents of my folders changes alot in time so refresh function is importatnt for me. Say something if I'm wrong. - February 11, 2003 by Maciek E


great work! -^o^- - I've been looking for this - January 24, 2003 by 2 be


kicks some serious ass - - March 28, 2002 by Chris M


Just what i wanted! - Finally a way to switch between all my playlists and Radio stations without having to use the open playlist box. Just one suggestion for improvement and that is to id the tracks by the ID3 tags rather than the filenames (as my file names are all daft as i ripped the tracks without entering the track details). Keep up the good work - it makes access to music a lot easier! :-) The best (none sound) plugin i've found yet. - February 18, 2002 by Kevin Swindells


Wow... what a great work!!! - This is what I ever wished me, to make winamp complete... It doesn't exists something like this. And it's skinable!!! - October 5, 2001 by Valentin M�ller


New version is out - The new version (2.07) is available on the plug-in's homepage. The new version can display a list of shoutcast servers and has some bugs fixed and improvements. - August 22, 2001 by Carlos Andres Osorio Gonzalez


Awsome! - This is the piece of Winamp I've been looking for to make this fab program even more fab! Kudos to the author! - May 27, 2001 by Gary Yorkdale





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