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DaOld Man:

--- Quote from: drventure on January 27, 2011, 11:28:39 pm ---
MRotate might enter into the equation at some point. Any idea if it'll work with one of those "USB to Serial port" dongles?

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Quick update: Logix4u finally got back with me about using inpout32.dll on a usb to printer port dongle and it will not work.
I do know however, that it will work with one of those cheap PCI printer port cards.

I am currently studying the "teensy" usb breakout board to see if I can come up with a version of mrotate for it.
Will post when I make any lead-way.

DaOld Man:

--- Quote from: shadwolf on February 14, 2011, 01:40:52 am ---
Well, I've taken the plunge. ........

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Sounds good! Cant wait to see your work. You may want to start a thread over in Project Announcements, because more people will probably see it there.
Feel free to ask for any help, if you need to.

I have a question, is there anyway to add sound while the monitor is rotating?

DaOld Man:

--- Quote from: darthpaul on April 16, 2011, 12:02:50 pm ---I have a question, is there anyway to add sound while the monitor is rotating?

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In the current versions of MRotate, you cannot play sounds...
However, I may be able to add that to MRotate3, let me think on it.
What type of sound do you want to play? wav? midi?
(mp3 may be harder, but it is probably doable.)

If wav is easiest then make it wav, since I have a Star Wars themed cabinet, I thought it would be cool to have the Star Destroyer's emergency alarm sound as the monitor rotates.


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