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Playing all songs from folder WindowsMediaPlayer

Playing all songs from folder WindowsMediaPlayer

Playing all songs from folder WindowsMediaPlayer

Hi, it's Stevan,

I wish to ask if anyone can explain me how to play all songs from specified folder using an ActiveX component WindowsMediaPlayer?

Or is there any way other than this one?

Thank you.

RE: Playing all songs from folder WindowsMediaPlayer

It's been a while since I've used the media player so unless the player has changed you will need to iterate all the music files, put the list into something like a queue, and feed them into the player one by one.

If you can iterate through the files in a folder programmaticly, you've got the hard part done.

James P. Cottingham
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RE: Playing all songs from folder WindowsMediaPlayer

Thanks 2ffat!

You encouraged me to use that alternative!

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