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Thread: Feature request: Welcome message

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    Feature request: Welcome message

    A configured sound (mp3 or wave) that would play as soon as MediaCar was initialized. Like "Welcome" or "At your order, sir" =)

    So for a goodbye sound.

    It is possible to implement?

    Thank you!

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    MediaCar Developer/Moderator
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    Yes, it's easy but will dont work if you use suspend mode to shutdown PC.
    www.media-car.fr.st
    The first Belgian PC fully integrated in a car :)

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    hee hee, I've already made a start up and shut down phrase from the
    AT&T natural voice web demo for this.

    I was just gonna have it as the Windows startup/shutdown sounds.
    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by ose-ml320
    hee hee, I've already made a start up and shut down phrase from the
    AT&T natural voice web demo for this.

    I was just gonna have it as the Windows startup/shutdown sounds.
    It's an other good solution, and less work for me
    www.media-car.fr.st
    The first Belgian PC fully integrated in a car :)

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    Constant Bitrate ose-ml320's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by coyote
    It's an other good solution, and less work for me
    so that you can work on "playlist" support
    Scott

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    Epia M-10000
    XP Pro; 512MB; 60GB (2.5")
    Panasonic Slot SlimDVD/CD-RW
    7" Lilliput (Touchscreen)
    Casetronic C137 w/ 90W PSU (Temp)
    19V Laptop Adapter (Temp)

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    Man thx for that link! I'm having lots of fun making .wavs for my car. Like "I love it when you rev me"

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