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    Is is possible to play a sound when a button is pressed?

    In road runner i use a program that plays a wav, and put that code on the button.

    Can a similar thing be achieved with these skins for FB?
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  • #2
    Yes.

    Nick can explain!

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    • #3
      lol did nick ever explain?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by sk8rjess View Post
        lol did nick ever explain?
        Well I never saw this thread...

        But to do it, make the function "play sound", and the targetID the relative path to the sound. If it is in the same folder as MDX's exe, then the targetID should be "mySound.wav" or something.
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        • #5
          wow nick, you reply to emails fast as well as board postings!
          it doesnt seem too hard, it would be nice to have a little "ding" or something when a button is turned on
          they call me hack
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