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MediaPlayer-skip back,rewind,fast forward,skip forward

Posted on 2000-02-22
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Hi,
I using the MediaPlayer control. but when I play a WAV file,
the buttoms: skip back,rewind,fast forward,skip forward are disabled.
I'd like to know how I can  make them enabled,
 and how I can dissapear them, if I'd like.
Thank you very much!
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Question by:kukiya
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by:hongjun
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You perhaps can try clicking View -> Custom View

Hope it helps
hongjun
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bazukei earned 5 total points
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You have to open a multiplayer file(wav or midi or anything) first.
Then double click Media Player's title bar to display the full set of Media Player controls.

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by:kukiya
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sorry, but I didn't get this two answers:
1) When and where to click
   View -> Custom View
2)There is no tiltle bar to the  
  MediaPlayer.

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by:bazukei
ID: 2553148
the title bar is the blue one saying
"Media Player - xxxxxxx"
where xxxxx is the name of your file being currently played.

you first open the Media Player
and run a file, if u can only see the play and stop buttons it is ok.
just double click the title bar and other options will appear. then you can
go to Edit and then to options to customize.

I believe you are using the older version of Media Player.Latest version is 6.4.
here is the address where you can find it
http://fun.s-one.net.sg/

then on your left you will see "Recent Uploads" click on more files and you'll be in another page where you can search
for

Windows Media Player V6.4

this new one has a lot of new functions.
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by:kukiya
ID: 2554356
Thank you for the information.
I'm affraid I don't have
any title bar in my mediaplayer.

and I'd rather work with it than downloading any other command.
Thank's
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