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Everything is working fine on my side now; I simply disabled the plugin and re-enabled it by switching over to Winamp again and then it worked!

Wasn't a problem of AdiIRC or WACUP after all, so can be closed.

Maybe try having it run the winamp.exe named WACUP loader instead of the wacup.exe.
Just tried that one out with the same end result: Still not working. :'(

I now cleanly removed everything (with the exception of having used a registry cleaner) and reinstalled WACUP.

There is a special option to create a legacy file for making plugins work in other programs (AdiIRC in my case) under Options > Preference > Advanced > Options Page 2 > Playlist Compatibility which I had checked before and which is checked now.

I installed WACUP under C:\Program Files (x86)\winamp\ and set both paths in AdiIRC accordingly:

The good news is: It's not saying * /np: Your Media Player is not running, but the bad news is, it's only printing "* @HtCwCjUeff is bouncing to ''" without naming the artist or title of the song.

Any ideas?

I'm trying to get the "Now playing" feature running with AdiIRC, which works fine with the original Winamp-release, but the winamp.m3u file is missing despite having ticked the checkbox in the advanced settings.

Is there something I am missing here?

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