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    Default [PR1] Ext.Audio and "setCurrentTime()"

    [PR1] Ext.Audio and "setCurrentTime()"


    There´s no method for setting current time in Ext.Audio. So I can´t "stopp()" the audio player. Only way is to destroy the object and build it again, or using:

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    There would only be a stop method and not a currentTime method as not all devices support the audio tag yet. But it seems like you aren't able to use stop. What device and os version is this on?

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    The problem is, Ext.Audio has no stop method. Only pause. If you add stop, thats enought. I need something to stop the audio and play again from the beginning.

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    Fair enough.

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