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Trying to pull playlist names from WMP

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Using beta 3.1.1.75

I've gotten almost everything I wanted working with the Microsoft Windows Media Player.

I can query the number of playlists:

$WMP = ObjCreate("wmplayer.ocx")
$iTotal = $WMP.PlaylistCollection.getAll().count

However, I haven't had any luck actually *pulling* playlist names.

The plan is to display the playlist names later in a list so the user can select one.

Anyone here have a code snip that shows the correct syntax for this?

TIA

Edited by sshrum

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Never mind...I figured it out:

$iTotal = $WMP.PlaylistCollection.getAll().count
Dim $aPlayList
for $i = 0 to $iTotal - 1
    _arrayadd($aPlaylist, $WMP.PlaylistCollection.getAll().item($i).name)
Next
Edited by sshrum

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Never mind...I figured it out:

$iTotal = $WMP.PlaylistCollection.getAll().count
Dim $aPlayList
for $i = 0 to $iTotal - 1
    _arrayadd($aPlaylist, $WMP.PlaylistCollection.getAll().item($i).name)
Next
Is possible to get the name of the current track that is playing, using a different call to the OCX?

Thanks!


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