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Defining midi player used?

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How do I define which midi player ... say Microsoft Media Player as opposed to Crescendo's midi player is used to play the midi's on my site?

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I don't think you can.
The midi player preference is totally controlled by the user / web surfer.  There is nothing you can do about it.  You can suggest them to use/download/install one midi player over another, but the rest is up to them.

I might be wrong at this, but I don't think I am at this point.
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I think PBall is right about this. Sorry.
Anyway, you'll get the same (almost) result with any midi player so I wouldn't bother.

Martin
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