I must admit I have just tried the latest version of this software and while
it claims to be playing there is no sound.
I think the obvious question is why this program should be necessary at all?
Joe, I suspect that you may have misunderstood the subject of this thread. We were not talking about listening directly from the bBC site itself but via the Accessible Listen Again program available from http://www.webbie.org.uk/downloads.htm The download link on the latter now points to version 2.3 although most of us seem to have problems with it and have reverted to 2.1.
Accessible listen Again is simply an attempt to provide a qconvenient interface without navigating the BBC site itself.
Hope that clarifies things,
On 21 Jun 2006 at 8:54, Joe Paton wrote:
How do you select either the new or older listen again players?
having just been to radio4 listen again, and it works fine here. bearing in mind the problems folks are having with the new version, do I take it that I am listening to the older 2.1 version which still works? Or am I listening to the newer version and one of a minority who that version works for?
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