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CSS: How do I set <link media=“” /> as inline CSS with @media if the media type is a phrase?
by Mike Bakalov in Mobile Programming

How do you set as inline if it's not one of the words listed on the single word media types? (http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/media.html#media-types)

<link media="only screen and (max-device-width:480px)" href="iphone.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" />

The handheld media type is ignored by the iPhone, but I'd imagine the external call above would be in

How to Troubleshoot Connecting the Vista Media Center With the Intel Viiv Media Server
by Jules in Computers
The Intel Viiv Media Server lets you distribute personal media files from various online services and the user interface of certain applications to other devices verified by Viiv technology and connected on your personal network. One of the issues that you may encounter with Viiv Media Server is its inability when connecting to your Windows Vista Media Center. You can resolve this issue by manuall

Null media experience when playing videos from a plugin in windows media center
by AnthonyC in Operating Systems

In our windows media center plugin we use the PlayMedia api to play Videos. This is the documented API by MS for playing videos and is documented in the SDK.


AddInHost.Current.MediaCenterEnvironment.PlayMedia(Microsoft.MediaCenter.MediaType.Video, path, false)

In Vista, consistently, after this call we have a media experience ready for us in:

How do I Transfer a Media License From Windows Media Player to a Palm Centro Card?
by Mihai Mocanu in Computers
Palm Centro is a smartphone that uses a microSD card like most other mobile devices. You may use the microSD card to store a backup copy of your Windows Media Player (WMP) license files. You can use these backup files to restore purchased content in the event of a hard disk crash or system failure. Note that you will need administrative rights to perform this task.Difficulty:Moderately Challenging

Get details of currect media file playing in android media player
by swinaz in Android

Is there any way to get the details of media files that is executed in android(default) media player?


Navigation of a recorded file to media element or media player launcher
by Liy in Programming Languages

I've created an audio recorder for wp7. In that i actually used a listbox(named as filesListBox) to show the recorded audio files and if the user click on any file, then it simply plays the audio(Not by MediaPlayerLauncher). It worked perfectly.

private void filesListBox_SelectionChanged(object sender, SelectionChangedEventArgs e)
string filename = (string

android: how to display the URL of a media file stocked on a media server with cling upnp stack
by BeeBoop in Programming Languages

I'm using Cling upnp stack java, and I detect all upnp devices with my android control point, then i browse a media server and i list the media files ( video, audio ..) .
this code display the name of file that i clicked on it like ( videoname.mp4 ), i want to display all the URL, like (

how can i do this ?

public void on

How to Download Media Usage Rights for Windows Media Player
by gondalez in Computers
Media usage rights dictate how content, such as songs or videos, is used and distributed. In particular, media usage rights control whether you are able to listen or view content, copy it to a CD or DVD, or download the content on a portable device. Most of the time, media usage rights are automatically downloaded with the content. On occasion, you may need to adjust a setting for this to happen.D

How to simultaneously seek media of different lengths in two windows media players
by Jerome in Programming Languages

I'm writing a player which loads 2 separate files (audio and video streams) simultaneously into two different WMP instances. On the main form I've placed few buttons and two trackbars to control both players at once. So far I've been able to get play/pause/stop and volume controls to work. However I cannot figure a way to seek through both media files (which tend to have different lengths) at o

How to Play FileZilla Media Files on Windows Media Player
by ruby-on-rails in Computers
If you have a media file stored on your website, you may be looking for a quick way to play it on your computer. The FileZilla FTP client does not have the capability to open remote files with Windows Media Player, but you can transfer the file through FileZilla to your computer. To complete this task, you already need to be familiar with FileZilla and how to use it to connect to your Web host.Dif

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