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Windows Media Player #170235 05/02/07 05:09 PM
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Hey, somebody knows, when i open my Windows Media Player and it is playing a song, how i can let see it? on mIRC, cause i can't find a good one.


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Re: Windows Media Player [Re: DuXxXieJ] #170243 05/02/07 09:43 PM
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There may be a DLL for this but most people use a mirc script to play mp3s instead of trying to link external programs to mirc


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Re: Windows Media Player [Re: landonsandor] #170252 05/02/07 11:23 PM
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plugin available here http://www40.brinkster.com/wakku/download.asp

but WMP 11.0 no longer has ADD plugin option.


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Re: Windows Media Player [Re: Damsulegna] #170337 07/02/07 02:02 PM
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Thanks. It works.


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Re: Windows Media Player [Re: DuXxXieJ] #170887 16/02/07 03:06 AM
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Why would you use a DLL for this when this can all be done with COM objects?


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Re: Windows Media Player [Re: MeStinkBAD] #170906 16/02/07 10:57 AM
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It can? I've never come across an object that lets you see what windows media player is playing. I'm pretty sure you'd still need to use a third party dll because that kind of functionality definitely isn't support in the WMP object model.