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Is there a mixer device (volume control) API Sample in MFC?

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I'm trying to implement a simple Volume Control (just like the one next to
the clock on the Taskbar) in Windows NT 4.0.

If you have installed Visual C++ samples from the MSDN CDs, there's a sample
        DevStudio\samples\sdk\mm\MIXAPP

Is there an equivalent MFC sample?
If not, is there at least  a similar MFC sample that uses the mixer apis to
display a similar volume control?

The SDK cool, and does what I want- implement a Volume Control.
I've figured out (I think!) that I need to create a mixer device of class
MIXERCONTROL_CT_CLASS_FADER.
I need just this code.

However, I'm faced with the challenge of first extracting and converting to
MFC, code that's relevant to my needs.
The sample is SDK based, uses Message Crackers, has code that written to be
portable across all platforms (including win3.1!) and has so many features
that I'm finding the going very slow in my efforts to convert and extract
the code to work in my MFC Visual C++ 5.0 app.

Thanks for any help!
Murali Krishna Devarakonda
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Simply outstanding. I haven't spent a lot of time going through your code, but I've compiled and run it.
I can see that it's exactly what I want, without a lot of the unnecessary stuff that tended to obscure rather than elucidate(sorry, couldn't resist that!).

Thank you 'Chensu'!
Murali
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Simply outstanding. I haven't spent a lot of time going through your code, but I've compiled and run it.
I can see that it's exactly what I want, without a lot of the unnecessary stuff that tended to obscure rather than elucidate(sorry, couldn't resist that!).

Thank you 'Chensu'!
Murali
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