how can I cause Tmediaplayer to loop continusly in an application

Posted on 2002-03-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-04
How can I get Tmediaplayer to loop(play a midi endlessly) in an application?
Question by:annas
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SteveWaite earned 60 total points
ID: 6878953
any help?
// OnNotify event
procedure TForm1.MediaPlayer1Notify(Sender: TObject);
  with Sender as TMediaPlayer do
    if Mode = mpStopped
      then playitagain; // whatever
    { Note we must reset the Notify property to True }
    { so that we are notified the next time the }
    { mode changes }
    Notify := True;


Author Comment

ID: 6879022
I'll have to hand to you Steve, worked perfectly!
paul :~>

Author Comment

ID: 6879025
Well done Steve! I still havn't figured away to play it from memory yet. That will have to be the subject of a later question!

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