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Unity [.net] .NET-BroadcastEventWindow when playing MIDI?

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Hi guys! I was just finish my first game in C# and ManagedDX, check it out Link to original post However, there is this major problem: I use AudioVideoPlayer to play MIDI for background music, but whenever I close my window, there is an error message appear: .NET-BroadcastEventWindow When I switch the player to play a mp3 file, it works well. So the problem only happen with MIDI, and only appear when the form closes. Any suggestion? Thanks. [Edited by - vincent_valentine on July 6, 2005 5:57:35 AM]

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Often when I turn off Windows I get a message saying that .NETBroadcastEventWindow<some version number>.exe isn't responding, it usually ends before I can hit the End Now button.

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I've done some searching on the net out there, and it seems like the version 1.0 of the Framework I used have a conflict over ManagedDX. I'll try to get the 2003 version of VS to test again.

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