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hi all

this awsome idea is by Bi0haZarD :-link

with this player u can listen music while installing applications,

now its time to use this with wpi.so iam requesting experts of wpi,is there any way we can include this player in wpi screen

imean can we add this function in wpi? like play music.....(button).

and insted of playing mp3 if we can able to play midi files(which contains only music no words)

it makes wpi more attractive :thumbup

what do u say

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astalavista: When do u want to hear the music during wpi or during RunonceEX.cmd?

after clicking on install button in wpi.

some time will be wasted,depending upon the number of softwares we choosed to install.i just want to fill this gap with music.

insted of using batch file.if we can able to place a play music button in wpi,

one can choose it depending upon his intrest

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  • 2 weeks later...

Ok

I've written a javascript, and it's working :D

but I need some graphics for 'volume up' and 'volume down' (normal, down, active).

Next and previous don't work (dunno why) but play/pause and stop work.

just extract the files in your WPI dir. answer yes if asked to overwrite. Sorry fot the big file size, but it includes a sample wma file (from the ms installation :D).

Removed, see newer post

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  • 2 weeks later...

This is an other version of WPI that plays music in the background using javascript but still need some fix. Music will stop playing if click on the Select All/None/Default bottons... Begin install botton works great with the music...

/IEEE

PS: I've selected the attachment but can't see it... don't know why...

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  • 3 weeks later...
Please wait a few weeks, I'm almost in the middle of exams, and don't really have time to fix it. But I WILL fix it! So please, a bit of patiences

Did you finish your exams? I hope you did well. Let's add the audio feature to WPI...

Anyone?

/IEEE

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