Audio Balance doesn't work

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I've a problem: i want to use "WMPlayer.ocx" to change the balance to play the sounds from the left channel or the right channel. But it doesn't work - the result is always from both channels and I don't know what to change. Could you help please?…61(v=winembedded.70).aspx

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here from -100 to 100

But both doesn't work :sweating:



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Nobody any idea?

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dost0011, please wait at least 24 hours before bumping your threads. Not everyone on this forum is in the same time zone; the person best able to answer your question may not be online at the moment.

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Please help me - it's very urgent...


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