Yeah, but thats WMP 6, I think Joel is looking for the ability to watch
multiple videos with WMP 10 or 11. This is not possible in build 5365. Also,
I don't see the point, you can't watch two videos at the same time, you
would be confused, you brain wouldn't be able to concentrate on both. So, I
think its this way for reason. Unless you plan on using WMP for surveilance,
and you still you would not be able to watch all of the videos at the same
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<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm not on my vista box right now, so can't verify if it's there or not,
> but you could always open the video using mplayer2.exe which is normally
> found in the media player folder in program files.
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> Puppy Breath wrote:
>> I can't open multiple instances in build 5308.
>> It minimizes to a small set of taskbar controls like in XP.
>> "joel" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> I don't have vista yet. Is it possible to use multiple instances of
>>> windows media player at the same time in vista? For example, at work I
>>> often like listening to music or internet radio playing in the
>>> background but then I may want to play a video in the foreground but I
>>> don't want my existing media player to be disturbed while I watch the
>>> video for a short time. Just curious.
>>> By the way, does WMP still minimize to the task bar (mini-player mode)
>>> or does it minimize to the sidebar instead?