[access-uk] Re: accessible and webbIE - clock

  • From: Douglas Harrison <harrison1d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 13 Dec 2008 16:32:30 -0000

The webbie 3.7.4 installer gives you a number of programs in addition to Webbie 
itself.  You 
will find them listed in an accessible Group in the Program menu. 
One of them is BBCiplayer Listen Again.  Run this and it gives you a more 
interface to the BBC iPlayer site.  alt and L gives Live radio stations, alt 
and r is the route to 
Listen Again, and alt and T for TV channels.

I hope that helps, but feel free to contact me off list if I can explain 


On 13 Dec 2008 at 14:56, Eleanor Burke wrote:

> Thanks Duglas, I had misunderstood then, I thought Erica was referring to
> Internet Explorer.  I have WEBBIE and I hear people talk on this list
> about iPlayer from the BBC being accessible though I have installed WEBBIE
> I haven't a clue how this then works.  Do I have to go in to WEBBIE and
> from there bring up the iPlayer?
> Eleanor
> ----- Original Message ----- 


Douglas Harrison

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