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Volume with wmp

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Champak

I'm using the wmp object to set the volume of my script...I don't want to touch the system volume. According to this page MS

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dd564343(v=vs.85).aspx

I believe it should be set like this: $OPLAYER1.settings.volume(40), but I'm getting no change. It should be a read and write property. I'm at a loss. Any help please.

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Champak

I see the example has an = sign instead of () for the value. I could have sworn I tried the = and got a syntax error. Ill try it again when I get home, I may have pressed the wrong button. Thanks.

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