Most functions are disabled in the demo, but it does show how JsAmp looks (keep in mind that more attractive skins can easily be used) and feels. Opera 7 users: this will most likely crash your browser! Opera 8, along with Gecko-based browsers, seems to work just fine. Internet Explorer cannot view the demo, as it does not support XHTML.
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Simply unzip the file you downloaded above in the C:\Program Files\Winamp\Plugins\browseamp\ directory to install JsAmp. If asked whether you wish to replace any files (specifically, mime.ini), do so.
Make sure that mime.ini (in C:\Program Files\Winamp\Plugins\browseamp\) ends with the following lines:
If not, add them and save the file. JsAmp is now installed.
The JsAmp configuration dialog.
This is a list of Winamp 2.x skins that I have used with JsAmp, and that are known to work well.
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