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02-09-2009, 01:40 PM #1
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Read Current Embedded Player Volume using Java?
OK, I have an embedded media player with the usual controls (play/pause, volume, full-screen mode, and track progress bar).
Does anyone know of a way to read the user's current volume level using Java? I don't mean the user's system volume or the volume on the physical knob of their speakers, but the on-screen player's volume setting (for an embedded JW WMV player, to be specific). I want to have Java effects for my page that are volume-dependent. It seems like this should be possible but my googling so far has been fruitless.
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