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    Does such exist?

    Example: You goto a Midi webpage , in that there is a list of midi's. Small example.

    Big Big World -Emilia, (3:00), Pop
    Saving All My Love For You -Whitney Houston, (4:14), Pop
    Silent All These Years -Tori Amos, (3:43), Pop §Y¤ýµáªº§N¾Ô
    Song 2 -Blur, (1:59), Brit Pop
    Viva Forever -Spice Girls, (5:18), Pop
    Comme Toi, (4:24), French ªk°ê
    La Foule, (2:52), French ªk°ê («Ü "Europe"

    You want to hear them all(and here comes the clue) but not clicking (Play) on each and every single one of them urls of course.

    You want your(desktop) windows mediaplayer to put them urls in a list, and then play every one of them after the previous song ended.

    Is it possible to put up code in your webpage so that your mediaplayer knows how to list the urls, or maby this is even achievable in the player itself?

    Any Feedback would be appreciated.

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    maybe make a play list and save it, with the file path to your web site's files? make sense? i've never tried.

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    Maybe Winamp can accept http addresses in its playlist. It does have sort of a mini browser but nothing is joined with the browser and what files play.

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    Thanks for responding.


    I was thinking of a program could read out source from a webpage and then could extracts it urls into a mediaplayer, although i never heard of such an idea before it sound reasonable possible.


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