Post by Brandon Parker on Nov 1, 2018 21:10:59 GMT -5
There's no built in command, but you can use many different outside facilities to achieve this including mciSendString. Check it out; there are also quite a few examples out there in the wild as well. I'm sure someone will post one prior to me finding an example I have stored somewhere.
In the Music and Sound thread you can see where Rod has been enjoying the use of mciSendString, but it is capabable of so -- so many more things than just sound.
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