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It's hard-coded handling within the core to help the hotkey plug-in with some other reported Alt+<modifier>+<key> issues, just it didn't allow for the simpler Alt+<key> to work correctly all of the time & needs a newer WACUP core dll & hotkey plug-in to resolve it. So not something that can be disabled to workaround it - only option for that would be going for Alt+<modifier>+<key>

-dro

Thank you for the explanation. I thought it was some of the plugins that was responsible for this but now I see that is not that.

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Hi binco81,

I, for one, do use the 'advance to next on stop' option so disabling it is not a viable fix for your issue, imo. Hopefully dro will be able to fix your issue in the next release without having to disable any of the current WACUP functions.

Yes, I understand people use it. The part I said about "disabling it since I don't use it" would be like me disabling a specific plugin that possibly controls this part.

I wasn't suggesting to remove this function from WACUP, I was just curious if disabling some specific plugin on my end would make a temporary fix for this problem here, without affecting anyone else.

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It's a processing conflict with the 'advance to next on stop' option which is handled via Alt+Click & due to how the stop hotkey is sent the handler isn't seeing that it's from within a hotkey action & so toggles that option instead of doing the stop that's wanted. Will look to get it fixed for the next build.

-dro

Thank you for looking into it.

In the meantime, is there a workaround to "fix" this? Like disabling the function using the ALT+CLICK since I don't use it?

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Possible bug

I started using WACUP recently but I noticed a weird behavior while trying to set some Global Hotkeys that I always used with Winamp 5.666 and other previous Winamp ersions without any problems.

When I try to use the combination of ALT+anything (a few hotkeys I tried: ALT+1, ALT+S, ALT+numpad 3) for the "Playback: Stop" function, WACUP doesn't show any error and allows this combination, but when the music is playing, it just won't stop the music when using those hotkeys. If I use literally the same combinations (ALT+1, ALT+S, ALT+numpad 3) for "Playback: Play" or "Playback: Pause", it works normally.

I tried replacing ALT with CTRL and use the same combinations for the second key (CTRL+1, CTRL+S, CTRL+numpad 3) for "Playback: Stop" and it works normally. Even CTRL+ALT+anything works. It just won't work with ALT+any combination for some weird reason.

I even used Hotkey Screener to see if another program was using those hotkeys, but it said wacup.exe was the "owner" of the hotkeys using ALT+something, so it appears to WACUP is not saving or blocking the use of ALT+anything for the "Playback: Stop".

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