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11 Mar 2004
I am ultimately trying to implement a simple applet that will play a sound when a button is pushed...and will pause when it is pushed again.

Using java I am having a world of problems. The sound support is bleak. I am forced to use an applet so that I can use the AudioClip interface. I have a work around that works, but it requires that I be able to write a file (the remainder).

I have read and re-read the documentation...but I cannot seem to get the applet to write a file. There are references that say that if I load the applet from the file system, that the appletviewer will allow reading and writing.

There are other references that say I need to set the acl.write in the .hotjava/properites file.

I have tried everything combination of these approaches I can invent, with no avail.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Is there an easier way to approach this. Perhaps using a different language?

Any idea, no matter how remote or unlikely will be appreciated.

Thanks

Jromania
29 Feb 2004
This may be posted in the wrong forum, but I do not see any info on software development for the zaurus.

I am trying to develop a simple application or applet that will play a sound file when a button is pushed with pause functionality.

Currenlty I am using the java AudioClip class but it does not allow me to pause.

Does anyone have a suggestion? I would move to another programming language if required. Are there c/c++ libraries available?

Is it easier to do c/c++ development on the zaurus since java 1.1 is woefully under-featured.

Any help or insight is appreciated...

thanks
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