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Right now I'm attempting this: <script>A.track("theme").stop;A.track('theme2').loop(true).play();</script> And similars, but they are not working.

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Just got it. I had to put .pause instead of .stop
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It's stop() with parens. Pause can also work, but it's not a true stop.
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