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Hi,

So i have a windows based c# application and it is using Total Recorder to record the inputs from a mic. and sometimes i have to stop and then continue recording which is where the problem lies, because if i record the first section and save it is fine but when recording the first part and stopping and then recording the second part it shows a message box with " do you want to save, Yes, No & Cancel" and every time i have click cancel, is there a way by using C# i can select the "Cancel" option? or will i just have to click it each time?


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Posted 18-Jul-12 3:38am
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ryanb31 18-Jul-12 13:37pm
   
Are you talking about http://www.totalrecorder.com/? If you are, do they have support? We need a lot more info.
BunkerBilly 19-Jul-12 6:54am
   
yeah im using that one, i haven't contacted them as i didn't know if it would be a solution or not, ill email them now and see what they say :)
WoodenLegNamedSmith 19-Jul-12 14:04pm
   
Yes, you can do that. However is all that MFC API Shell programming actually worth you time, or would it be easier to invest in a new recording program?
I'll elaborate more if you're willing to make the effort but as a former game-bot creator I wouldn't recommend it unless you're going to make money!

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