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New Section: My Radio

Jason

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New feature...

Internet Radio while you browse the site (I recommend the hard stuff, you'll need it!)

40 stations to start.

Click on "My Radio" in the secondary nav bar (with Confessions, Sites List, etc.)

Enjoy you dumb fucks! ;)
 

BRiT

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Unfortunately it seems to still cause hard-locks in FireFox 1.0...
 

Jason

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I'll take a look and see if there is something fixable with that.

What do you guys normal listen to internet radio stations with? like asx files? and are you able to also see the mms:// ones as well (doesn't that work with real audio)? I'll check the support thread for the radio and see if anything is mentioned...
 

Jason

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Just a note.

I r0x3r3d 0n d0wn using IE, Opera, and Firefox just now. Works great.

Maybe some sort of security restrictions, or maybe installed media player 10 after Firefox?

Dunno. ;)
 

BRiT

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Oddly enough, running through the blurb on the page that was linked seemed to get everything working fine now. It's likely to be caused from me upgrading on top of previous versions.
 
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I'm pretty sure it's not possible to run on a mac unless microsoft releases an update for the mac media player. Most windows browsers should work as WMP is built in to the system, but I'm pretty sure the only way a mac user could listen would be to have them in some kind of quicktime format.