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[REBOL] Re: Skinz 0.1

From: info:id-net:ch at: 23-Feb-2002 8:20

If Rebollers want to take advance in the direction of working on winamp, people should know that winamp is expected to release a winamp 3 that is really different of winamp1.x and 2.x, specially for skins. The old skins wont work with this new version. Philippe ----- Original Message ----- From: "Terry Brownell" <[tbrownell--shaw--ca]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Saturday, February 23, 2002 6:04 AM Subject: [REBOL] Skinz 0.1
> So, can't find an mp3 API (xaudio had/has one coming this quarter, but what I did find was the API for winamp. So for this experiment we'll have View control Winamp.
> First thing is determining the winamp window, then we can pass messages to
> Question: How do we get the Winamp handle using this excerpt below as a
guide... What I don't get is how do we search a window title to find a name with a particular string in it, in this case "Winamp v1.x"
> Heres a start.. > > TheLib: %user32.dll > LoadLib: load/library TheLib > ; Your code here. hehe > > ... > (The complete winamp api article is here...
> <snip> > External applications can find the Winamp window using the following
pieces of code:
> C/C++: > HWND hwndWinamp = FindWindow("Winamp v1.x",NULL); > > VBasic: > > Public Declare Function FindWindow Lib "user32" Alias "FindWindowA" (ByVal
lpClassName As String, ByVal lpWindowName As String) As Long
> Dim hwndWinamp as long > hwndWinamp = FindWindow("Winamp v1.x",vbNullString) > > Delphi Pascal: > > var hwndWinamp : THandle; > hwndWinamp := FindWindow('Winamp v1.x', nil); > > Note that this code uses the FindWindow() function to find a window of any
title whose class name is "Winamp v1.x". All versions of Winamp 1.x and 2.x have the class "Winamp v1.x", unless changed using the /CLASS= switch (see above). Note that if you want to run multiple Winamp's and easily tell the difference between them, you can use the /CLASS= switch.