Stopping a currently played sound (was: Re: [Newbies] Re: Getting
leves at elte.hu
Sun Dec 5 01:08:40 UTC 2010
On Sat, 4 Dec 2010, Kouma wrote:
> Hi Levente,
> Thank for your reply, but it'd be to pause a new sound, not the playing one.
> Earlier, I played a sound with
> (SampledSound fromWaveFileNamed: 'X:/Music/English/Lemon Tree') play.
> by clicking a button 'Play'. Now, with that song being played, I made a
> button called 'Stop' and will use it to stop the currently playing music.
If you store your sound object in a variable or an object, that's
accessible by the actions of both buttons, then you can send the messages
(#play and #pause) to the sound object.
If you don't want to store the sound object in your code, then your
only option is to stop playing all sounds. This can be done by:
> Should I create a new thing as "current playing music" for the method
> #pause? (we don't have #stop?)
If there were a #stop method, then what would be the difference between
#pause and #stop?
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