Plugins/Windows Media Player
|Name||Windows Media Player|
|Minimum EventGhost Version||N/A|
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This is a simple program that allows you to control Windows Media Player.
This plugin has no configuration options.
This plugin generates no events.
None of the actions provided by this plugin has any configuration options.
Plays the current track if nothing is playing. Pauses the current track if something is playing.
Switches to the previous track in the current playlist. If a track was playing when you call this action, then Windows Media Player plays the newly selected track.
Switches to the next track in the current playlist. If a track was playing when you call this action, then Windows Media Player plays the newly selected track.
Toggles between normal playback speed, and fast forward (roughly 5x playback speed). There is a momentary pause in playback when switching from fast-forward to normal playback.
Nominally rewinds the track, but in testing, has no effect.
Increases the output volume by a fixed amount of 10%.
Decreases the output volume by a fixed amount of 10%.
Toggles muting audio output from Windows Media Player.
Toggles whether Windows Media Player will play tracks in playlist order, or in random (shuffled) order.
Toggles whether Windows Media Player will return to and re-play the first song in the playlist when it finishes playing the last song in the playlist.
Switches Windows Media Player's display mode to the Now Playing window. This typically shows album art or another visualization while audio is playing.
Switches Windows Media Player's display mode to the Library window. This is where you can see your tracks and playlists.
If the Now Playing window is showing, switches its display between windowed and fullscreen modes. Has no effect if the Library window is showing.
Causes Windows Media Player to close.