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Playing Waves in App.

Posted on 1997-05-04
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I'm using "sndPlaySound('TAStartUp',SND_ASYNC);" to try to play a wave at the start of my D2 program (while the splash screen is showing).  If I put the definition of TAStartUp in the register under AppEvents\EventLabels, and AppEvents\Schemes\.default, then the sound plays.  But if I put it in a sub-key for the program (e.g., AppEvents\Schemes\Assistant), no sound is played!

What am I doing wrong?!?!  Could anyone offer suggestions?!?!
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alona041797 earned 75 total points
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I think the program header should be equal to the your application's project name.
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by:Raven1155
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Alona,

Your answer does not fix the problem using "sndPlaySound", but it clears it right up when one uses "PlaySound" and follows your suggestion in the Registry.

Thanks!
 Jim 8^)
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