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Download: mediafire.com/?vcfb23y397e399l (version 2*)
Download: mediafire.com/?ajryr8wwch8a9eo (version 1)

This is a simple org player, written using C#. It's intended as a replacement for OrgPlay.
Simply drag'n'drop the file you want to play on to the OrgPlay.net window, and click "Play".
It only supports version 1 and 2 org files. You'll get an error message in Japanese for newer ones!

Source code is included under "_src" (literally just the source code)

Uses Org001.dll from OrgPlay
Image is from OrgView by Pixel.
*version 2 includes Org001.dll from MinishoterRS⊿.

Screenshot:
 
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Can I add this to the site?
 
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I found a newer version of Org001.dll in MinishoterRS⊿, I might re-upload it with this.
EDIT: see first post.
 
Apr 1, 2015 at 3:16 AM
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I don't know if it's a bug or not, but on the newest version, whenever I click on another window while an org is playing, the player mutes itself until I click back to the OrgPlay.net window.
 
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TLincoln said:
I don't know if it's a bug or not, but on the newest version, whenever I click on another window while an org is playing, the player mutes itself until I click back to the OrgPlay.net window.
It also seemed to happen on the first version sometimes. Maybe I should make it pause when the window loses focus.
EDIT: What are the other programs you're switching to, and if you minimize OrgPlay.net first, does it still happen?
 
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I think this is a common issue. This isn't exactly the first program to exhibit this trait.
 
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I think this is a common issue. This isn't exactly the first program to exhibit this trait.
Maybe it only happens with other programs that use DirectSound?
EDIT: In that case, I might be able to code a workaround to pause the song.
 
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This was originally written in Java, and called JOrgPlay.
Here is a link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/y281wsak4bi1za3/jorgplay_0.zip?dl=0
It was discontinued due to what I presume were memory corruption issues.
I was unable to identify the cause, so I simply re-wrote it in C# :)

I'm still working on trying to fix the issue where the sound cuts out.
OrgView doesn't have this issue, so it's definitely possible to fix.

Also, I might release a command-line version of this, written in C.
I'm not sure if this would be of use to anyone, but I like the idea.
EDIT: https://www.dropbox.com/s/i71k7fwvczn31bu/orgplay.zip?dl=0
 
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