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Old 09-28-2014, 03:14 AM
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Default Re: Other media players open and play MIDI files in your browser

Hi friends,

It seems that updates of Windows Media Player aren't playing nice always, either.

To set the file association to your Notation software:

  1. Use Windows Explorer to navigate to a .mid file on your hard drive.
  2. Right-click the filename, and select "Open with..."
  3. Choose your Notation software product (eg. notation composer, notation musician, or notation player) from the list.
  4. Make sure the "Always use this program..." box is checked.
  5. Click "Ok" to save the change and exit the dialog.
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