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  1. Hello all! In celebration of Rocket League supporting cross platform play with the XBone I wanted to finally create a script to accompany my game winning goals! Currently I have a switch where one button will play this soccer.mp3 while the other cuts the audio in case someone skips the replay during the game. I have a collection of mp3 files that I would like to use from "C:\Rocket" folder and I would like to play a random file from that directory so "C:\Rocket\*.mp3". I am having trouble understanding the random() function and hot to integrate it. Or would I need to create an
  2. Hello all, I found a couple of threads that touched in this issue - but workarounds were always found before anyone could get around to answering the original request. So, I'll ask here: I've got a function that is going to be handling the administration of a lot of stuff. The GUI I have running is calling this function on 17 different GUI button presses and what will eventually be around 50 hotkeys. Before you think it's a keylogger, it isn't. The GUI is representing one of my companies keypads and controlling it via a serial connection. As it stands, if I want to enter an alphanumeric
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