Re: question about radio streamer
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Many thanks gene for your explanation.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: 26 September 2017 16:45
Subject: Re: [nvda] question about radio streamer
When you open the program, you are, as I recall, in an edit field.Tab around if you aren’t. I don’t have the program on this computer and I can’t tell you exactly what it is called. Type whatever you are looking for, a station, a genre, a country, and maybe other things I don’t know about nor use. Shift tab, once and, if there are results, you will find them. Sometimes, it takes a little while for the program to find things if the search brings up a lot of results.
Use read current line to hear the first result if it isn’t announced. Down arrow to see all results. Press enter on the one you want.
Would you please send me the full instructions of how to use tapin radio?
Because I managed to install it but I don’t know how to search for the stations.
Thanks in advance
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 changes.
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