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Is there a way to hear the midi files when opening a html file on my computer instead of online?

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If I create a webpage and embed a midi file I can't hear the midi file in Firefox. If I upload that webpage to my website and view the page ONLINE, then I hear the midi file.

So is there a way to hear the midi files when I open a html file from my computer?

If I create a webpage and embed a midi file I can't hear the midi file in Firefox. If I upload that webpage to my website and view the page ONLINE, then I hear the midi file. So is there a way to hear the midi files when I open a html file from my computer?

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What is the link to that local file?

Is that an absolute link with the file: protocol or a relative link to the root directory or a sub directory of the main HTML page?

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It is like this:

<embed SRC="musique/filename.mid" hidden="true" autostart="true" loop="true">

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Try autostart="1" and playcount="99" (or another high number) instead of loop.

You can also add a MIME type to make Firefox use a specific player.
WMP: type="application/x-mplayer2"

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Thanks for answering. I tried both just now but nope, Firefox refuses to play the midi file in an offline html page.