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Originally posted by jefferoniandchee:
Originally posted by adrenaline:
This is tight! I'm listening to KNBR right now! Thanks WM

how do you get KNBR? All I'm getting is a bunch of FM channels and...music stuff

I'm using the Mozilla one. There's just a dropdown menu for it. Its not that hard. You put in the call letters in the search bar and it should come up.
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Originally posted by adrenaline:
Originally posted by jefferoniandchee:
Originally posted by adrenaline:
This is tight! I'm listening to KNBR right now! Thanks WM

how do you get KNBR? All I'm getting is a bunch of FM channels and...music stuff

I'm using the Mozilla one. There's just a dropdown menu for it. Its not that hard. You put in the call letters in the search bar and it should come up.

oh thanks, I didn't notice the search field for adding radio stations
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This is awesome
What the?

I'm a webzone regular and I'm just finding out about this NOW lmao


This kind of stuff should seriously NOT be pinned. I skim over and ignore pinned threads all the time lol.
Originally posted by DonJulio:
What the?

I'm a webzone regular and I'm just finding out about this NOW lmao


This kind of stuff should seriously NOT be pinned. I skim over and ignore pinned threads all the time lol.

same here, i am just now seeing this.
Ok, it was set to automatically add radio stations for you based on your location. However, I added KNBR and The Bone in the default installation. No need to reinstall. Those that have it installed already should see it updated automatically soon.
Originally posted by Webmaster:
Ok, it was set to automatically add radio stations for you based on your location. However, I added KNBR and The Bone in the default installation. No need to reinstall. Those that have it installed already should see it updated automatically soon.

Well being up here in Goldendale, Wa. I doubt that I would have any local stations available. So I'm glad you put KNBR and the Bone as defaults. All one needs to do is look up stations if they feel the need to choose something more local.
Originally posted by MorphTheCat:
How about Safari?...javascript:qdS('');

Safari does not allow plugins.
Originally posted by jdt84_2:
Originally posted by DonJulio:
What the?

I'm a webzone regular and I'm just finding out about this NOW lmao


This kind of stuff should seriously NOT be pinned. I skim over and ignore pinned threads all the time lol.

same here, i am just now seeing this.
I just saw this too........and I've been on for 2 years.


Maybe nobody notices it because it's in ninertalk.
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Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Originally posted by jdt84_2:
Originally posted by DonJulio:
What the?

I'm a webzone regular and I'm just finding out about this NOW lmao


This kind of stuff should seriously NOT be pinned. I skim over and ignore pinned threads all the time lol.

same here, i am just now seeing this.
I just saw this too........and I've been on for 2 years.


Maybe nobody notices it because it's in ninertalk.

or because it's pinned... seriously who looks at pinned threads?
Originally posted by Webmaster:
Originally posted by MorphTheCat:
How about Safari?...javascript:qdS('');

Safari does not allow plugins.

Sucks for MorphTheCat.
[ Edited by Ceadderman on Mar 29, 2008 at 6:53 PM ]
Good Job Webby!

I love it. Any chance of putting spell check on the toolbar for use with the message boards?
[ Edited by D_Niner on Mar 29, 2008 at 7:22 PM ]
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Good Job Webby!

I love it. Any chance of putting spell check on the toolbar for use with the message boards?

Get Firefox an be done with it.
I usually never use these, but I really like this one. Well done.
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Good Job Webby!

I love it. Any chance of putting spell check on the toolbar for use with the message boards?

Probably not. Modern browsers are adding or have already added this feature by default. So there is no real point.

Firefox and Safari already have this feature. I am not sure about the others.