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Windows media player 9 plugin


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afg34

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Hi

I was wondering if there was a plugin for windows media player 9 htat put it in the system tray instead of the taskbar. If there is any such plugin please reply back. :tazz:
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You can go to the folder that contains the media player exe and right click on it and send a shortcut to desktop. Then drag and drop the shortcut where you want it. You may be able to drag the existing on to where you want it.
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Hi afg34...Welcome to G2G!

I don't know of a plug-in that will put it on the system tray, but you can add it to the Quick Launch bar if it's enabled. The Quick Launch Bar is located next to the Start Button. To enable it:

Right click on the Task Bar, point to Toolbars, and select Quick Launch. Once enabled, you can drag any desktop icon to this area and drop it there. One click on an icon in the Quick Launch Bar loads the application.

Hope this helps....

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Sorry i didn't explain it good

i want to listen to music while putting it in the system tray instead of the taskbar. I know how to make a shortcut to quicklaunch and other places.
THNX ANYWAYS
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