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Is it just my system, or does XMMS take a second or two to stop playing music? It also happens when I change songs in the middle of another song (in which case the songs overlap for that second or two).
Is there any way around this, or has everyone who uses XMMS just gotten used to it? (or is it just my system?)
Hey all! I figured it out for sure this time! All of the application shortcuts to XMMS that I was using (the ones automatically created during the mandrake installation) actually linked to "soundwrapper xmms".
Turns out that "soundwrapper" routes the sound to the ARTS system, which overrides the preference of using OSS. I simply removed "soundwrapper" from the link, and ran it using the OSS plugin, and it works perfectly!