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Disable/Mute sound of Windows Media Player in Web Browser

Posted on 2009-07-03
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I am trying to programatically mute/disable the sound of video/music played in Window Media Player in an IE session. Any suggestions on how I should proceed, e.g. API or DLL?

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MF
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From MSDN http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd564337%28VS.85%29.aspx

<!-- Create an HTML CHECKBOX control. --><!-- Create an HTML CHECKBOX control. -->
<INPUT  TYPE = "CHECKBOX"  ID = MUTE  
             onClick = "
                        /* Use the CHECKBOX state to set
                           the mute property. */
                        Player.settings.mute = MUTE.checked;
">



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by:metalfish
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IgorPodsekin, Thank for your response.I have to work on another problem on my hand right now. I accepted your suggestion as the solution. If I have any questions, I will post another question or post some more comments on this thread.

MF
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