A short distance from the last release here is a new update for MP3PlayerPlugin, homebrew coder created by the renowned Japanese Plum by which we can listen to MP3 files found on our Memory Stick choosing as an alternative to the famous MusicPRX that had dominated the scene until shortly time ago.
The coder plum back to update one of its most popular plug-ins. The version v2.1 is mostly used to improve the management of Channel Mute restored to its original configuration some versions ago and now changed again. Recall that the coder has chosen to abandon support for the HEN-TN. That decision, as you will be able to understand from the readme attached, is due to some problems with the HEN NIDResolver of that, which should be constantly updated. Unlike the case for CF PRO / ME NIDResolver which does not create many "nuisance".
This release includes the source code folder mp3pp_src not necessary for the normal functioning of the plugin
Following further information.
[Additional Information: Changelog, Instructions and Download]
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