There's a really easy way to do this provided they register themselves as
extending Windows Media Player in this fashion. They haven't done that. I
can cobble together that registration, but I'd like to know what FLAC filter
provider could use that information so that we fix this problem at the
source rather than just have a one-off fix that only fixes one person.
So: what exact FLAC filter are you using here? =)
Speaking for myself only.
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"John" <John6528@comcast.net> wrote in message
> The flac filter works fine. I have 5 music playing programs and they all
> work with it. I was trying to switch the association. How do you do that?
> zachd [MSFT] wrote:
>> Right, but that (Default Programs) is meant to be a holistic solution.
>> If the FLAC filter author didn't register themselves within WMP's
>> association arena, that'd kind of be a half-baked solution. If the FLAC
>> filter author would register themselves properly, we'd all be happier.