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µAudio Plugin README

µAudio Plugin README:




The most basic installation simply requires that you upload the 'microaudio' folder to your /wp-content/plugins directory. Then, from the Administration -> Plugins menu, simply activate the plugin. Done.

Options can be configured in 'Settings > µAudio', although in most installations, no configuration is neccessary.

If you are updating from a previous version of µAudio, you no longer need to call prepare_player() from k2.rollingarchives.js. You should either remove the call to prepare_player, or upgrade to a newer k2, restoring the file to the default.

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Known Issues: