Kill White is a Photoshop Filter that actively removes white from an image (unlike the ‘Multiply’ blend mode), perfectly leaving the rest of the image, whether the image is black-and-white or color. However, this is not simple masking. Pixels that are partly transparent are altered so as to only remove the white portion. Shadows and gradients will remain in the image, only white is removed. made with help from my friend Yael Maritz
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Follow Winamp's title updates: his makes the Source DSP use Winamp's title updates for stream title updates, sent in the format based on the 'Use SHOUTcast v1 mode (for legacy servers)' setting. Send next track title to the server (if applicable): This sends the next track title to the server when using the v2 mode and if the plug-in can. Hi, I'm trying to make an app that kill other apps, I'm trying to use the Terminate process winapi but when I tried to kill for example the windows messenger, I kill the foxpro app, what i'm trying to do is read the windows app title and see if the user are running apps not permited in my company like chat apps, winamp, etc and kill the apps.
Much-loved media player Winamp will shutter on December 20, 2013, the company has announced, with the AOL-owned software planning to cease all of the related web services and yank the official download. The news, quietly announced alongside version 5.66 of the software, ends fifteen years of the app being offered, with the Winamp team warning that anybody wanting a copy before it’s pulled should download soon.
AOL acquired Winamp creators Nullsoft back in June 1999, paying $80m in stock at the time. Since then, the software has been gradually developed – most recently adding new Windows 8 support and the capability of importing an iTunes Library.
However, the rise of the iPod and its companion iTunes software, along with streaming media services like Spotify, meant that Winamp’s appeal waned. The team tried to broaden its footprint with an Android app, but it’s unclear how many users upgraded to either the desktop or mobile Pro versions.
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AOL had intended to use Winamp technologies as part of its own AOL Media Player. Online lex and yacc compiler. However, that app never made it past beta status, and was discontinued in 2005.
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“Winamp.com and associated web services will no longer be available past December 20, 2013” the company said today. “Additionally, Winamp Media players will no longer be available for download. Please download the latest version before that date. Thanks for supporting the Winamp community for over 15 years.”