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A new version fooYM-Status! It is called YM-Status! Show my song :)

YM-Status! is a program that displays your current music in Winamp or Foobar2000 as status on Yahoo Messenger!

Download and screen sites: http://sdrv.ms/SbmKtZ

Enjoy!

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