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The new WRN website is in beta release v.1.0. Please note that not all features are working, those that are working may be unstable and could cause crashes or data loss. Please report any issues within this topic, we also want to know what you think about the new WRN Website in general. The more feedback we receive the better, so don't forget to leave your comments.
Last edited: 20/10/2009 13:21
When I click on the current broadcast for the WRN English North America, it will not play. I am using Firefox but I have tried this in Internet Explorer with the same results.
Odd that I can click on stations and go to an individual station and click on * broadcast and it works.
Please check what version of the flash player you have installed. In Firefox type 'about:plugins' in the url window. In IE go >tools>programs> and then click 'manage add-ons' then 'show all add-ons' and in both cases look for the version of Shockwave Flash, it should say something like Shockwave Flash 10.0.32 which is the latest Flash. Also if you can provide us with your installed version of Firefox and IE we can check for problems.
WRN website team.
Last edited: 27/10/2009 21:13
File name: NPSWF32.dll
Shockwave Flash 10.0 r32
Firefox Version 3.5.3
I couldn't find what you listed for IE but I do know it is Version 6.0 SP1
I mainly use Firefox though.
It would appear that you have the correct versions of Flash. It is very strange that you can stream the on-demand files, but not the ************. If you have solved this problem, please post what you did to fix it. If not, have * look at Adobe'**flash player forums. We will be making available * desktop widget player which will stream our networks live, it will be interesting to see if using this works for you or not. Check the WRN Tools section of the site in * week or 2.
Sorry we cannot be any more help!
WRN website team.
I logged in today to look at putting some of the international news programs in Realplayer as favorites. Now that I see the new system I'm not sure how to do that.
For example, I would put the morning KolIsrael news in, and listen to it whenever I found time. It would always be todays program. That and how do I listen to your current stream in realplayer, ** I can put that in as a favorite?
How well will this website work with older Win 98 computers? I am now running a Dell Win XP pro computer, but sometimes I am working on an older laptop.
Are there any plans to move this website out of beta soon and finally produce the WRN widget? Thank you.
Many thanks for your post. There will be a site update moving to Beta v1.1. mid June, 2010. This will fix a number of bugs. As to the Widget, progress has been very slow in fixing various bugs, however we now have more people working on it, our aim is to launch it at the end of June, 2010. Sorry it is taking ** long.
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