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    Disabling right click for medai player plug in

    Is there a way to do this.

    I am doing a site for my band, we want peopl to be able to hear our stuff, but not download it.

    Is there a way to disable the right click function of the x-mplayer2?
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    Hello, welcome to the forums.

    You can disable right-click, but that wont stop people downloading the music. For a start, for them to hear it, it must have downloaded already, so will be in the temp internet files.

    You might want to look into 'streaming'. Or the simplest option might be to only have the first 30 seconds or so for download.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietDean
    Hello, welcome to the forums.

    You can disable right-click, but that wont stop people downloading the music. For a start, for them to hear it, it must have downloaded already, so will be in the temp internet files.

    You might want to look into 'streaming'. Or the simplest option might be to only have the first 30 seconds or so for download.
    1. I understand that people can get to the temp files, I do that myself. But for the casual computer user ir woul be nice to disable it.

    2. I'm not familiar with setting up streams, is there a good tutorial out there.

    Thanks,

    Corey

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    Thanks, I will look into it.



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