Re: question about radio streamer

Rémy Ruiz

Hi Antony  and all,

See here:

Cheers since France.
Le 25/09/2017 à 21:38, Antony Stone a écrit :

I think the question was not whether the application (or addon) had been 
translated into Bulgarian, but rather whether there was a user guide (in 
English) on how to work with it.

The question was "I managed to install it but I don’t know how to search for 
the stations".



On Monday 25 September 2017 at 21:33:31, Rémy Ruiz wrote:

Hi Georgi and all,

TapinRadio is already translated in this language:

See files:



In folder TapinRadio\Language.

I do not know if these files are up to date.

Help online is in English only.
Cheers since France.

Le 25/09/2017 à 21:24, Георги Ламбов a écrit :
I've made such a thing in bulgarian. It will take time to translate
it. I find it good. If you have got a translator I can send you this.


На 25.9.2017 г. в 15:05 ч., anthony borg написа:
Hi gene

Would you please send me the full instructions of how to use tapin

Because I managed to install it but I don’t know how to search for
the stations.

Thanks in advance


*From:* [] *On Behalf Of
*Sent:* 20 September 2017 22:46
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Some accessible free radio streamer

Do you have it set up to be accessible?  Open the menus and look
through them. Also, use the command f1 to open a list of
commands. Close the list with escape.

Specifically, to record, use the command f3 wile Tapin is playing to
turn recording on and off.  You should look through the menus
and preferences, which you can open from a menu.  You can make
adjustments such as whether recording is done as one continuous file
or whether a new file is begun every time the program sees that a new
work is playing. on music stations or other stations that indicate
such things so that Tapin shows them in the title bar, by default, a
new file will be started every time the information in the title bar


----- Original Message -----

*From:*Георги Ламбов <mailto:obichamlegiona@...>

*Sent:*Wednesday, September 20, 2017 2:39 PM

*To:* <>

*Subject:*Re: [nvda] Some accessible free radio streamer

   Hi Brian!

I use the free version of tapin radio. The other don't let me to hear
anything. But I'd like to record radioStation like it's possible with
radioSure but with tapin radio I don't know how to do it.


На 20.9.2017 г. в 22:28 ч., brian написа:
        I have tapin radio and Ihad it for years. Almost everything

use to play but for several months it was not getting updated and lots
of stations will not play.   they don't want to fix it.  now it's a
paidversion I don't know how much it is they do offer a 14 day trial
period.  I have email exchanges with Phillop and he is a real big
jerk.  I told him that I will not pay for it unless you fix the
stations that won't play and keep it updated.  He told me that the
person who maintained and updated tapin radio is no longer there.
Lots of the public safety stations won't play and in the free version
I get the message that there are no stations found here and he does
not know why.  In the version they are all there but lots of them
won't play.  He does is not even trying to fix the problem and thats
not good technical support.  There is a bug in the new version but he
does not think that there is.  I will just keep on using the version
that I have and if it gets worse then there is nothing I can do about
it.  It use to be a great program but no more.

Brian Sackrider

On 9/20/2017 2:47 PM, Marco Oros wrote:

I would like to find also some accessible software for listening and
recording radio station streaming, which is for free and accessible
for NVDA users.

Please, could You help me?

Thank You.

Marco Oros


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