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Changelog

cMP 1.2 Final
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October 2008

Change log:

1.   UI enhancements: 
     - More consistent with cPlay: icon used for settings. Icon shows 
       cMP² when cPlay is cue Player (otherwise cMP)
     - Previous 'Settings' button now used for Startup task (i.e. 
       run Task Manager or Process Explorer)
     - Refresh button can be remapped and relabeled in .pth file
       allowing for frequently used utilities to be easily accessed.
       For example, CPU-Z or RealTemp or Soundcard configuration tool


cMP 1.1 Final
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October 2008

Change log:

1.   UI enhancements: smaller font and default Cue Player set to 
     cPlay (previous was foobar) 
2.   Optimisations: new compiler settings and when using cPlay 
     less runtime overheads are incurred


cMP 1.0 Final
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May 2008

Change log:

1.   Allow for different installation path
2.   Minor bug fix (sub-folders with '.' now processed)
3.   Offer RAM Load Yes/No setting


cMP 1.0b
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December 2007

cMP's software is an operating system component dedicated to playing music (or other media). 
For correct operation, it must be installed to its default directory: 
	"C:\Program Files\cics Memory Player"

cMP has been built and tested on Windows XP SP2. Anything less is not recommended.

If you haven't read the cMP User Manual, please do so. Hints:

1.	Under 'start XP' Mode and Diagnostics Yes, cMP does not perform shutdown and instead
	starts Windows Explorer.

2.	Under 'start cMP' Mode and Diagnostics Yes, cMP does not perform shutdown and instead
	starts FILE Explorer. This is very useful for doing upgrades to cMP. To return, simply 
	restart cMP by double-clicking cMP Desktop shortcut (File Explorer > push 'Folders'
	button > Root node of tree is Desktop > Select Desktop > double-click cMP). 

	If you exited File Explorer by accident:
	press Ctrl-Alt-Del > Task Manager > Run > Browse > locate cMP desktop shortcut > OK...

3.	Under 'start XP' Mode. Pressing 'Explore' in cMP starts Windows Explorer (this must be 
	killed via Task Manager or Process Explorer) to return back to cMP. NOTE that windows is
	optimized for playback mode and some Windows functions will NOT work.

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