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    Default How to invoke Beep sound in Extjs

    Hi,
    I had a requirement where i need to give a long beep sound or play a wav/mp3 file etc.
    Is this kind of functionality supported in ExtJS? If not what is the alternate way to implement this in ExtJS.

    Any examples will be helpful.

    Thanks,
    Venu

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    Remind me of the URL of your site so I can avoid it!

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    There is a thread on sound support (you need a plugin, e.g. Flash).

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    Hi Animal,
    This is only for internal application and not for internet application.
    so i can't give you the url.

    Condor,
    I tried with that code modifying it for Firefox but still working for IE but not in FF.

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    Just my 2 cents...

    While websites with sound do suck, there is a definite requirement for 'notification' sounds in a web application. Similar to how Google Android has a notification bar and the associated sound.

    Just ask yourself, what is more disruptive to your workflow, an alert box, or a small beep in the background? Personally, i would choose the beep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal View Post
    Remind me of the URL of your site so I can avoid it!
    No fair! you made milk come out of my nose!

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    I think it's funny how myopic (and seemingly cranky) some people on these boards are. Playing sound can be very useful - can you say, VISUAL VOICEMAIL?!?
    Don't measure excellence against others, but rather against the best implementation of yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasondeegan View Post
    I think it's funny how myopic (and seemingly cranky) some people on these boards are. Playing sound can be very useful - can you say, VISUAL VOICEMAIL?!?
    No . I can't

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    Here is a js lib for playing sounds / mp3s / etc . We used the first version, and it worked well.

    http://www.schillmania.com/projects/soundmanager2/

    If you can't get the version 2 to work, look for the version 1.

    hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal View Post
    Remind me of the URL of your site so I can avoid it!
    Wow, you are really trying bind new extjs users to your product, not! I see you are a bit contemptuously overall on your answers on the forum.Although i dislike such people, i really love Extjs so i will live with it and i will never say anything about it again now i got my mind cleared.

    PS. He might want to play a beep sound when his users got a new message in the inbox, just like Gmail, you are also avoiding such websites?

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