Midi Random Background Player
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Your may have to agree to let the Windows Media Player run (or your default midi selction for a player), based on your security settings. This particular midi-player has 10 selections already but you can add as many as you wish. Add your own .MID (Midi) files by following the pattern already in the script. Although this was originally written for Netscape 3, this should work in all modern browsers that are Mozilla Netscape-like in structure. It has been tested (August 2009) with browsers such as FireFox, Safari, Flock, Avant, Chrome, Opera and now, IE 4 and up. This calls your local default midi selection player such as QuickTime or Media Player (or others).
There is random audio in the background.
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