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Revision History:
+ NEW: v2.7: This version is released as a stand-alone file. Simply download the exe file and place it in your current MHAmp folder, then run it.
+ v2.7: Added option to use old method to select channels. This option is for those who have trouble with the new channel selection list, or for those using non-WinMX clients such as Nushi, Ouka, RoboMX and Rabbit.
+ v2.7: Added option to customise text displayed *after* track information in the channel - allows for greater flexibility in customising the way your track info is displayed.
+ v2.7: Added new About screen and menu option, as well as updated graphics for splash and About screens.
- V2.7: Notice: Some users have reported tracks being displayed as 'null' in the channel when using media players other than Winamp. This is a known issue and will be fixed in the next release.

+ v2.6: MHAmp now allows the user to select which channels they wish to use MHAmp with from an easily accessible list. This replaces the old method of adding channels, and makes the whole process almost entirely automatic.
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v2.6: Fixed minor bugs reported from 2.4 beta, including titles being displayed incorrectly.
+ v2.6: Added new startup splash screen graphics.

+ Version 2.4: Fixed bug which caused text currently being entered in a channel to be cut off by MHAmp track display.
+ Version 2.4: Added compatibility for QMP and QCD players and fixed compatibility problems.
+ Version 2.3b: Option to disable [MHAmp2] text in channel displays

+ Version 2.3: New splash screen and icon
+ Version 2.3: Option to customise text displayed before track titles in the channel.
+ Version 2.3: Extra track info can now be displayed. To enable this option, click Options on the MHAmp menu and enable the 'Display extra track info..' option.
+ Version 2.2: can now be used in multiple channels simultaneously

To access the new options, click Options on the MHAmp menu.

MHAmp is a plugin for WinMX 3.53 that will automatically display playing Winamp tracks in a WinMX chat room, as well as allow you to display various other bits of information.

Instructions for MHAmp 2.6 and above:

After you have downloaded the installer, run MHAmp.exe. Click the Install button and MHAmp will be installed automatically. You may then run the program by clicking the shortcut placed on your Start Menu called "MHAmp". Once the program is started, right click on its icon in the system tray (next to the clock in the taskbar). Click on 'Select Channels' and tick the channels you wish to use MHAmp with, then click OK. Note: You need to select the channels you wish to use with MHAmp before you can select any other options from the menu. Once you have selected your channels, and clicked OK, the main menu options will become available. Then right click again on the MHAmp icon in the system tray and click "Auto Display Song" and each time a new song plays it will be announced in the channel.

Instructions for MHAmp 2.4 and earlier:

After you have downloaded the installer, run MHAmp.exe. Click the Install button and MHAmp will be installed automatically. You may then run the program by clicking the shortcut placed on your Start Menu called "MHAmp".
Once the program is started, right click on its icon in the system tray (next to the clock in the taskbar). Open the channel in WinMX you wish to use MHAmp with and click Add WinMX Channel in the MHAmp menu. Drag the box so that the OK button is over the area you type text in WinMX, then click OK. Repeat this procedure for each channel you wish to use MHAmp with.
Then right click again on the MHAmp icon in the system tray and click "Auto Display Song" and each time a new song plays it will be announced in the channel. You may now press play and watch the wonderful Saturday afternoon cartoons you taped last year.

Click HERE to Download MHAmp 2.6 - Self Extractor


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Copyright (c) Planetrjc, 2005. MHAmp written and developed by Phobos.