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Can the browser access the elapsed time from the media player?

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Is there a way for javascript in the browser to read the position in a media file being played by the embedded windows media player. I want a user to be able to stop in the middle of a long windows media video file, and have the browser save the position, the other requirement is to have the embedded player start playing at the saved position when started up again later. I need to know if this is possible, and some example code of how to accomplish this. I prefer cross browser options, but even an IE only option would be great.
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Hello, I'll test this shortly and award points if it works!
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