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  • Corey
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    Yeah sure a good old VDB, why didn't I think of that? I'll be like one of those wine cup dipping birds. Ploonk, type-type-type, Ploonk, type-type-type...

    Corey Milner
    Creative Director, Indigo Rose Software

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  • TJ_Tigger
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    Corey you just need a self bobbler to pause for those times. Variable delay bobbler would be good.

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  • Corey
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    I wish my brain had a 2 second sleep function. I could nap during page loads and accumulate massive amounts of sleep daily.

    Corey Milner
    Creative Director, Indigo Rose Software

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  • midlander
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    I agree

    It just so happens that was exactly what I did, used a 2 second delay. Have not gotten the error again.

    Thanks

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  • element78
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    If i were you, I'd give it a 2 second sleep to assure it works on slower systems as well. :

    -Adam

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  • midlander
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    Thanks

    Thanks, the sleep command seems to have done the trick.

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  • TJ_Tigger
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    Re: MP3 Object - Seek error

    It might be that your mp3 has not loaded fully before you try to seek. If you put a sleep 1 after the MP3.load action and then seek see if that helps.

    Tigg

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  • midlander
    started a topic MP3 Object - Seek error

    MP3 Object - Seek error

    I have placed several buttons on a page with simple code.
    MP3.Load (%MySong.mp3%)
    MP3.Play
    Works fine, but on button 3 the code is:
    MP3.Load (%MySong.mp3%)
    MP3.Seek(15)
    MP3.Play
    If the first button I click is number 3 then I generate an error Seek is too large for MP3.
    However if I click and begin playing any other song then click button 3 it works.

    Im confused, help?
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