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How to assign a delayed playback to a mediaElement

I have a mediaElement (which is basically the windows movie player) and I want to be able to watch the stream for a few seconds then I want to pause it and then the playback should continue to the same point as the paused playback.
I’m not sure how to approach it but here’s my idea;
Each time the user clicks ‘pause’ I’ll store the value that the stream is at in a dictionary.
Then once the user clicks play I’ll draw a ui element to let the user know that the playback has continued.
This isn’t great but it’s the best solution I can think of.


The Windows.Media.Core.MediaElement class has a “WillPlayThrough” event which fires after the player has played through the media.

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If anyone wants solution of this problem, here is my way:
1. I added below lines to my Redhat file:
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX “linux.console=tty0 console=ttyS0,9600n8”

2. Edited below file grub.conf
(opened with vi)

remove lines like this


put lines like this


Just above lines in the file you can found these lines


They are hidden in file, so you need to press $ and then press $ to show them. Now you can go to lines


and hit I to insert.
And then you will see something like this:

After you put your comments, lines will be like this

# vim: set filetype=conf:
# :i #
#This file is an edited version of ‘VimDefault.conf’.

#This file was written by the maintainer of the Vim configuration file,
# Gisle Aas
# Do NOT change this file unless you know what you are doing.
# Instead, use ‘vimrc’ for editing user specific options, ‘gvimrc’ for
# global options.

# Boot options can be set in the file ‘/boot/grub/menu.lst’. It will be
# checked before running a GUI to set the options in the menu.
# The file ‘/boot/grub/menu.lst’ is updated by ‘update-grub’ in
# “/boot/grub/prescript.txt”. This script is usually updated when you do
# a kernel update. If it is manually edited, you have to update the other
# files as well. See the help text in the file for details.

# If you selected’splash’ and ‘quiet’ options in the login screens, a message
# will be shown.

# If you don’t want to set the options, just comment the lines
# like ‘timeout’, ‘root’, ‘rootwait’, ‘dbus’, or’splash’.

# If you want to make sure the BIOS shows a menu when an OS is
# installed, uncomment the following

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