6/20/16 - There are some player
modifications in the works, which will be completed soon. Some of
these changes include major improvement to the audio quality on all
channels. If you would like to keep posted on the changes and are
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|Let's use the oldies player for this
illustration. The smooth jazz and variety players use the same controls.
As you may be aware, the player starts automatically when you open
any Radio George channel page. When you return to listen to a
channel again, the songs will play in a different order, so you'll
be treated to the music you love with a great deal of variety!
There may be a pause of a few
seconds before any song starts playing. This is natural. That
pause helps to insure the highest level of audio quality for you.
If any information (title, artist
name, album/CD name) is too long to fit on a single line in the player's display
area, that information will scroll continuously, so you'll always
be able to catch all of it!
Note: When you
move your cursor over any of the control buttons, it will turn
into a little hand with a finger pointing, which you use to select
the control you want to use.
Move ahead to next song
PLAY. This indicates a
song is playing, which is the automatic default when the channel
To pause, click on the
play button. The music will stop and the button display will
change to look like this:
When you want to resume playing, click it again, and it will
change back to
and the song will resume.
STOP. If you choose this option, the music will stop and the
will change to
To resume, you will
need to click on it
to start the music playing again, BUT be aware that because you
have chosen to STOP the song, it will start again from the
beginning. There's usually a delay of a few seconds for it to
If you need to take a break
which will change to
and pause the playback.
(2) To continue, click on
which will change into
and the music will resume.
TURN IT UP!
The best way to get more (or less)
volume, of course, is to use your computer's audio controls.
But there is a way to fine-tune your
listening even more.
white bar next to the little speaker on the control panel is a
volume control. Usually, it will occupy the entire space over to the
far right side. It's shown here a little shorter than that for
To turn the volume up or down,
position your cursor (which will change into the little pointing
hand, as shown) to the end of the white bar and move it to the left
to lower the volume or to the right to increase it.
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