Unicode Flaw in Media Player 11 when Editing Tags

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by nobb, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. nobb

    nobb Guest


    I really love Windows Media Player 11, but I have found a flaw which forces
    me to resort to using Windows Media Player 10 instead. After installing
    WMP11, I discovered that I was unable to edit tag info (right-click file,
    properties, summary) with unicode. I listen mainly to Chinese music and my
    tags are mostly in unicode format. I could copy unicode information into the
    tags perfectly when WMP10 was installed. However, right after installing
    WMP11, I noticed that if I were to copy some unicode text into the tag of a
    mp3 file (from a folder, not editing the tag via WMP), then after applying
    the settings, the unicode text that I had just copied would disappear and
    that field would be blank. Is there some sort of a fix for this? I remember
    having this problem a few months before but it was only today that I found
    out that it was WMP11's fault. Help would be appreciated. Thanks.
    nobb, Aug 15, 2006
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