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    Question How to control / send commands to built-in music player

    Hi all, and happy new year

    I was looking for a way to communicate with Nokia Belle Music Player application to make it Pause / Play / Stop / Play Next Track / Play Previous Track , and to get it's current status; In other words as the Music Player Widget does.

    My best regards, and many thanks in advance.
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    Re: How to control / send commands to built-in music player

    Hello,
    I don't know the precise answer to your question, but looking into symbian sources,
    sf\app\musicplayer\musicwidgetplugin\src\musicwidget.cpp
    and all the files around, seem to do what you are asking for.

    Hope it helps somehow
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    Re: How to control / send commands to built-in music player

    Thank you Pavarang for your help, it's really appreciated.

    I looked for this file but I couldn't find it, In what PDK this file exists?

    My best regards, and happy new year
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    Re: How to control / send commands to built-in music player

    Hello,
    HNY :-)

    I didn't have time to chek (i mean, extract files to be sure), but I think it's in:
    oss+FCL+sf+app+musicplayer.hg
    at
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/symb.../files/source/

    if not, ping me again.

    regards,
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    Re: How to control / send commands to built-in music player

    Again thank you Pavarang for your help, but how to extract *.hg file into usable format / files?
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    Re: How to control / send commands to built-in music player

    Quote Originally Posted by ashraf fawzy View Post
    how to extract *.hg file into usable format / files?
    you could use TortoiseHg

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    Re: How to control / send commands to built-in music player

    Yes, just for completeness: it is the file format for Mercurial revision control system. And if you are familiar with other Tortoise tools (TortoiseCVS and TortoiseSVN for example), their Hg tool will be familiar too.
    Otherwise you can also get a command line from the official site, http://mercurial.selenic.com/, and use the .hg file as a source repository for the clone command. Important thing is that the "repository" should be somewhere else, in an other directory. hg clone ..\oss+FCL+sf+app+musicplayer.hg for example.

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