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buzz44

Can someone please fix this for me, I need to learn how lol

$Dir = RegRead("HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Keyboard\Native Media 
Players\WMP", "ExePath")

Run('$Dir "'@ScriptDir' & \test.wav"')

Thanks


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buzz44

Its a Window Media Player command line

wmplayer file eg.

wmplayer c:\test.wav

So I cant really use the "&". I got it working before but that was with no variables, oh well...


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bshoenhair

Its a Window Media Player command line

wmplayer file eg.

wmplayer c:\test.wav

So I cant really use the "&". I got it working before but that was with no variables, oh well...

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CyberSlugs example should work, are you sure the "exepath" contains the executable ?

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buzz44

yes, it opens WMP up and the file but it should play, that is what that command line does plays the specified file. It gives my some crappy error about how it cant play, even though it can, i just close WMP and open it again manually and its fine.

Edit: This works fine

Run('C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe "C:\Documents and Settings\burrup.BURRUP2ND\Desktop\test.wav"')
Edited by Burrup

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Ah yes, my mistake, I should have check to see that it didnt contain typos, all fixed :). Would you mind telling me how you figured it out lol, I always get stuck when i need to Run something and variables and included, especially _RunDos.


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