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Hi all,

We've put up a fixed version of The Witcher's OST. Please visit your game shelf to get the new version of the FLAC OST.

Thanks and have a nice day :)
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Merchito: How can you make disappear the red square with a number, notifying of an update beside "my account", without downloading the update? :)
Just click on it, let the download window open, cancel the download, and press Ctrl+Shift+R to get a decent refresh of your account page :D
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DanyKing: Interesting. I contacted support about this, and eventually found out that the cracks only appeared in my somewhat outdated version of VLC. With the new version, everything sounded fine at first. There were still cracks in one place, though. But I thought they were due to the player, as before. I hope this isn't just converted MP3s now :)
Feel free to run the files through Spek and you'll see they reach into the 22 KHz range. MP3's and MP3's converted into FLACs won't :)
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JudasIscariot: Feel free to run the files through Spek and you'll see they reach into the 22 KHz range. MP3's and MP3's converted into FLACs won't :)
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DyNaer: a transcoded MP3->FLAC will display the same cut-off frequencies[/b
That's what I thought I said ....
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JudasIscariot: That's what I thought I said ....
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DyNaer: well , the sentence wasn"t clear to me ;)
Sorry, I'll try to work on my communication skills :)