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OK Fonature... you've obviously put a lot of work into the playing .wav files question for ed1tkn. The answer I gave should not play them sequentially, but knowing how processor hogging it is it may well work that way.

Answer this and I'll give you the points you would have got for that question
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Id Like to answer your question, But im Kinda confused as to what the question is.I'm always willing to help.
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FONATURE,

paulstamp is trying to give you some points for your answer in a previous question that ed1tkn asked...

Just post an answer... Any answer... ;-)



Cheers!®©
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The answer is Playing a wav file from a res file is the best way to play a wav
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Cheers to you Bros, PAULSTAMP and MCRIDER Grats :0)
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No problem... I just noticed your comments after my answer and felt they were a more complete solution than mine - you deserve the points as well.
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