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This looks very good. I did notice that you can not use the slider though to select where you want to listen from or go back to. Is there anyway to get that to work otherwise this is sweet.

why not. There should be a way to do that. I'll show ya.

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why not. There should be a way to do that. I'll show ya.

DONE, Check first post for the example and new functions in the UDF

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I have tried to use a bit of your code from Func vplayer() and when I add the line

_wmpsetvalue($player, "fullscreen"); sets fullscreen

I get the error "AutoIt Error, Line -1: Error: The requested action with this object has failed." I looked in wmp.au3 and the line looks like it should work. Is this a bug?

$vfile = "Gargantuan.wmv"
        Global $player = _wmpcreate(1, 2, 10,100,100); Show, Pixel buffer from left, Pixel buffer from Top, Width of video, Height of Video
        DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "AnimateWindow", "hwnd", $vplayer, "int", 500, "long", 0x00080000);fade-in
        GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)

        _wmpsetvalue($player, "nocontrols");hides controls
        _wmpsetvalue($player, "cm");disables right-click
        _wmpsetvalue($player, "volume", 100);sets volume to 100
        _wmpsetvalue($player, "fullscreen"); sets fullscreen
        _wmploadmedia($player, $vfile)


Also when I use line :

[CODE]
        Global $player = _wmpcreate(1, 2, 10,100,100)

Is there a way to stretch the video to a larger window without it going to full screen? instead what is happening is that if the video is 1000x700 pixels then the 100,100 only allows me to view the upper left corner of the video.


Get Scite to add a popup when you use a 3rd party UDF -> http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/docs/SciTE4AutoIt3/user-calltip-manager.html

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i am having a similar problem the video is a certain size and unless the control is the exact same size its cut off, is there any way to make the visualization/video the same size as the control?


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