CYCho Posted March 28 Share Posted March 28 (edited) I am learning how to use winmm.dll, with a view to replacing WMPlayer.OCX in my zPlayer with it. So far it seems to suit my purpose except for one thing: it doesn't open a media file if it contains accented characters like à or é in the file name. I am on Korean language Windows 11 and I have no problem in reading and wirting these characters in other programs. I would appreciate it very much if anyone could give me a direction to solve the problem. Please visit here to see the latest version of my WINMM.DLL Media Player. Edited April 18 by CYCho Added some GUI controls in the video window. zPlayer - A Small Audio and Video Player Time Sync + SystemTimeAdjustment Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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