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    How To Play Midis?

    I want to put midis in my homepage. Anyone can donate or help me to build a midi player with below functions?

    (I) Three options buttons: SELECT A FILE TO PLAY, SELECT A FILE & PLAY TO END, PLAY ALL FILES

    (II) Two options buttons: PLAY ONE TIME, REPEAT INFINITE

    (III) A drop-down list:-
    Jingle Bell
    Silent Night
    Joy To The World
    Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
    It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

    (IV) A midi player [play, pause, stop, slide bar {or forward & backward buttons}, volume control]


    (1) SELECT A FILE TO PLAY & PLAY ONE TIME
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    (a) If I select “SELECT A FILE TO PLAY” & select “PLAY ONE TIME,” & then select “Jingle Bell,” then “Jingle Bell” will be played 1 time only & then stop.
    (b) If I decided to listen to “Jingle Bell” again, I’ll click the drop-down button to select “Jingle Bell” again, & it’ll be able to play again, & stop when finished.

    (2) SELECT A FILE TO PLAY & REPEAT INFINITE
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    (a) If I select “SELECT A FILE TO PLAY” & select “REPEAT INFINITE,” & then select “Jingle Bell,” then “Jingle Bell” will be played & repeat continuously.

    (3) SELECT A FILE & PLAY TO END, & PLAY ONE TIME
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    (a) If I select “SELECT A FILE & PLAY TO END “ & select “PLAY ONE TIME,” & then select “Silent Night,” then it’ll start to play from “Silent Night” to “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear,” & then stop.
    (b) If I decided to listen from “Silent Night” again, I’ll click the drop-down button to select “Silent Night” again, & it’ll be able to play again, & stop when finished.

    (4) SELECT A FILE & PLAY TO END, & REPEAT INFINITE
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    (a) If I select “SELECT A FILE & PLAY TO END” & select “REPEAT INFINITE,” & then select “Silent Night,” then it’ll start to to play from “Silent Night” to “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear,” & then repeat the same way again continuously [Silent Night – It Came Upon A Midnight Clear].

    (5) PLAY ALL FILES & PLAY ONE TIME
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    (a) If I select “PLAY ALL FILES,” it’ll start to play from “Jingle Bell” to “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear,” & then stop.
    (b) If I decided to play all files again, I’ll click the drop-down button to select “PLAY ALL FILES” again, & it’ll be able to play all the files again, & then stop when finished.

    (6) PLAY ALL FILES & REPEAT INFINITE
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    (a) If I select “PLAY ALL FILES” & select “REPEAT INFINITE,” then it’ll start to play from “Jingle Bell” to “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear,” & then repeat the same way again continuously.


    (A) By default, the options are “PLAY ALL FILES” & “REPEAT INFINITE”.

    (B) For (1) – (6), when I press “STOP,” all selections are still maintained, eg: if the options are “SELECT A FILE TO PLAY” & “PLAY ONE TIME,” it’ll still maintain the same when I pressed stop. And, if the stop is pressed during playing “Silent Night,” then “Silent Night” will be the one appearing in the drop-down list’s textbox.

    (C) For (1) – (6), If the “PAUSE” button is pressed, then everything should resume as where it was paused when “PLAY” button is pressed, eg: If the music should play from “Silent Night” to “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear” & “REPEAT INFINITE” but was paused when playing “Joy To The World,” then it should resume from where it paused [Joy To The World] & continue to play until the end & repeat from “Silent Night” again.

    (D) The midis should play in the same page, & not open in a new window.

    Thanks a lot.

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    Nope...but there's one @ Dynamic Drive that you can configure yourself.
    Last edited by zoobie; 12-15-2002 at 01:34 AM.
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