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Subject: Re: midi files
From: John Croteau
Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 19:35:03 +0100

Hi Murhaf,

The URL for my Christmas Tree Movie that Wayne mentioned is
http://www.crownmall.com/flash/xmas/ On this page the Sound frame was
made visible for test (1% at the bottom) with red for stop and green for
play. But, it works just as well with the sound frame made invisible. By
alternatively loading NoSound.htm and Sound.htm into the frame you can
turn the midi sound on and off. Alternatively, you could use a
JavaScript or FSCommand to control Midi from Flash. Only an HTML
solution works for all Flash capable browsers. Also, the MIME should be
set on the server for MIDI.

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