Sound adjustment on a player
schaubeck at mac.com
Wed Sep 3 20:52:02 CDT 2008
Mark, Sorry for the REALLY long delay
I appreciate your response. I tried the Buffer setting and that setting
actually made things even tougher. The player had no response after setting
buffer to true. I do have QuickTime loaded on my PC (and working). I still
have the same issue where the players' volume bar does not show up on the
card. It will, however, show up on the desk top if I move the player far
enough to the left side of the current card/stack. So the volume bar is
actually there all of the time...just "under" the stack. Just to make sure,
I moved the player "To the Front" with no luck.
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Sent: Monday, April 14, 2008 10:33 AM
To: How to use Revolution
Subject: Re: Sound adjustment on a player
Do you have QuickTime installed? If not, controls are not supported
If yes, maybe changing the alwaysBuffer of the player helps.
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Op 5-apr-2008, om 8:07 heeft Jim Schaubeck het volgende geschreven:
> I'm writing a Music on Hold server with players. On the visible
> I'm not able to use the sound adjustment on the left side (in IDE
> The volume bar shows for a split second but disappears. Oddly, if
> you click
> and hold, you can actually adjust the volume but you can't see what
> you are
> adjusting it to. I'm using XP pro with rel 2.9.
> Has anyone else seen this?
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