I wonder is it possible to play a sound for example when i have a notification pop up?
If so please kindly assist.
Thank you in advance.
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I am trying to develop a UserContorl which shows an image that changes and plays a sound when MouseDown is raised. This is my UserControl:
xmlns:mc="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006 Play video Hi to all I have asp.net 2.0 & VS 2005. I want to play a video file in my web application, is there any control for this else help me how to play video in browser. Is this complex ?
Hi to all
I have asp.net 2.0 & VS 2005. I want to play a video file in my web application, is there any control for this else help me how to play video in browser. Is this complex ?
I am getting an error when sending email via asp.net. The error is "Mailbox unavailable. The server response was: 5.1.1...User unknown."
However, the email is getting sent. Why is asp.net returning this error?
I'm using VS 2008, vb.net, running 2.0 framework. This happens regardless of whether I'm testing my application from my local machine or running production version. Also, I can send a batch of emails and get the error for some but not all.
I would like to be able to count of the error messages really being accurate, so this situation is unhelpful to our users, because they will start to just ignore all error messages.
A good case could be made that computers should not make noise except in response to a specific user command. We're going to ignore that and show you how to play custom sounds in a WPF application.
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MSDN Magazine May 2006
So you've got a burning desire to accompany your application's splash screen with a rousing chorus of "Funky Cold Medina" (that's Tone Loc for those of you who aren't children of the 80s). Prior to working with Visual StudioÃÂ® 2005, adding even simple tunes and system sounds to your application could be a challenge.
MSDN Magazine January 2006
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MSDN Magazine May 2005
Networked applications must deal with a host of connection problems ranging from timeouts to congestion to unavailability. If these applications can check the current connection status and, when disconnected, cache transmissions, they become more efficient. Fortunately, both the System Event Notification System (SENS) and Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) can send notifications to keep applications informed of network status. In this article, the author explains the use of several SENS interfaces, including ISensNetwork and ISensLogon, which trigger events for connects/disconnects and logons/logoffs, respectively. The author then shows how you can subscribe to each of these events, and follows with a discussion of when you might use WMI events instead.
MSDN Magazine August 2002
If content approval is turned on, the Add Comment section displays a fairly ugly notification. Is there any way I can customize that section through e.g. CSS or SPDesigner?
I'd like to change at least the text, and preferably the yellow exclamation image, and also the background if possible.