Gods_clown
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gods_clown commented on 29 Aug 2007
Works great, except it does not keep the radios added when you make it in an application with Amnesty Singles.

Although with Wcode, I edited the widget contained in the now WorldRadio.app and added my radio stations, now it works perfectly :-)

I prefer it to use QuickTime which is more processor hungry.

Thanks
[Version 1.0b]


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gods_clown commented on 29 Aug 2007
Forgot to say for those who want to edit the widget to add personal choices of radio streams --if you have made it in an application with Amnesty Singles. The file to edit with Wcode (or other applications of this sort) is "wrdefault.js".

Path is: WorldRadio.app --> right click with your mouse (or ctrl + click) --> show contents (afficher le contenu du paquet) --> contents --> ressources --> WorldRadio.wdgt --> open with Wcode or alike.
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gods_clown commented on 03 Sep 2007
My excuses to the developer. I updated Amnesty Singles to the last version which allows to have the info panel in the converted WorldRadio.app; therefore we can add radio streams in the WorldRadio.app as we can do in the widget.

(troubleshooting my face which is overblushing right now ;-) )
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gods_clown commented on 01 May 2006
The developer added TTC to the menubar which MainMenu already had for long. I have nothing against TTC, but MainMenu is my favorite.

MainMenu even won me over Onyx which I used before. A simple and complete solution, if it was not for the optimizing broadband feature that you can easily tweak yourself.

Paying for TTC seems a fair thing to do to reward the developer for his work, but with so many good free utilities out there... well, you use those instead!
[Version 3.1.4]



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