Interesting Windows 7 feature

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Oct 5, 2009
  1. juggernaut911
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    Well, I've never known about it until now. I tried to pause Foobar while going through my movie project folder having explorer as my active window and a raw avi file was selected, hit Play/Pause (keyboard media button, not the Foobar pause) and windows media player pops up automatically playing the movie. I thought that was neat, I don't know if that is even new to Windows 7 but I just thought I'd share the info!

    Just tried something, selecting multiple items and hitting Play/Pause adds them to a playlist! [​IMG]

    playlist function goes same for selecting a folder with music in it!

    Sorry if this old... I just like it!
     
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    Awesome guy, thanks for the breaking news and stuff.
     
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    that's pretty neat [​IMG]
    for me, pushing play opens up winamp, which is even better hehe
     
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    mine just opens winamp
     
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    Cool story, bro.
     
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    Aww, I guess it just opens up the default player...

    Mine didn't seem to open a folder full of FLAC. Anyone have better results?
     

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