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    WMA support on MacOS

    Hi, I've been a longtime user of dbPowerAmp, so was stoked when I saw it was now available for Mac. The dbPowerAmp Music Converter says
    "Convert mp3, m4a (iTunes & iPod), WMA, WAV, AIFF, AAC, FLAC, Apple Lossless (ALAC) to name a few"
    so I didn't research any further for availability of WMA conversion since it was written right there, and happily made my purchase.

    I'm not looking for a refund or anything, since I'm a long time user and am happy to support an independent developer who makes a great product. My only request here is that you remove the invalid "WMA" from the list on the website, or at least note that it's a Windows only option to clarify what is and is not actually available in the software.

    Thanks so much! Keep up the great work!

    jody

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    Re: WMA support on MacOS

    I agree. I just paid for the Mac version, turns out I need the PC version (which I can do since I use Parallels).

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