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Audio Player for FS2004 Released!

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This new, free, utility lets you add an Audio Player that can play MP3's and many other audio formats to the Electronic Kneeboard in FS2004. Make sure you read the Help file for some important information.

Available now at Tim's FS Studio. http://www.billvons.com/timsfsstudio[table][tr][td]http://timbo87.home.comcast.net/sig/vulc.jpg[/td][/tr][tr][td]

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Create a playlist in a normal MP3 / music player and save it.On my computer it plays Wimamps saved M3U play list files just fine (in the order the playlist was saved).

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VEry cool. this kneeboard discovery is pretty powerfull..some type of playlist would be nice, not sure how easy it would be to do in html though

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Like Grey_Wolf said, you can use a program like WinAmp and make an M3U playlist, then open it with the browse function. In the future I plan to re-write the whole thing in Java with support for a playlist. In my opinion, JavaScript has too many short comings to make an effective WinAmp style playlist with. Mainly because it lacks file input/output. Java is the best of both worlds combining the flexibility of languages like C with the web-readiness like JavaScript. I'll have to check if the FS2004 Knee Board can run applets, though.[table][tr][td]http://timbo87.home.comcast.net/sig/vulc.jpg[/td][/tr][tr][td]

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Considering WinAmp 3 has XML functions, would it be possible to directly interface between the two programs?

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