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How can i listen to http://www.ckoi.com/webradio/ it don't work anymore

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I read and I see that I don't have Microsoft® Windows Media Player Firefox Plugin And I search And can not find it

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electro5 said

I read and I see that I don't have Microsoft® Windows Media Player Firefox Plugin And I search And can not find it

Well,   I don't have Windows Media Player installed either,   and I have been listening to your radio station for hours now   ...... So,   we can definately rule that out. I'm at my wits' end   .......
Keeping my fingers crossed that somebody else will come up with a brilliant idea   .......

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Did you check whether the volume could be muted?

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I'm on Linux and do not have Silverlight, but I do hear sound. So it looks that an HTML5 media player is used.

The Network Monitor show media data loaded from ckoi-lh.akamaihd.net via XHR (video/MP2T). Make sure that you haven't any content blocking extensions active.

I see that CBC stations use a Flash based player (sound stops when I disable Flash).

See also:

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We (or rather :   you   ) have tried just about everything,   anything from mute buttons, Volume Mixer, Flash updates, Silverlight   (which by the way I don't use, as I'm on Windows 10 - it's not needed for Ckoi).

Only one thing   (that I can think of)   that we haven't tried yet : In Windows Control Panel => Java :   see if it's set to automatically update.

The problem that you are having with this station is not that there is no sound, but that it is stuck on loading   (en chargement). The fact that you don't have the same problem using IE, puzzles me.

Forgot to ask you :   do you have the same problem   (using Firefox)   with other sites   (like other radio stations, or YouTube)   ?

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Can't let it go and would like to ask you to go to this page and see which box is not checked :

YouTube test page : https://www.youtube.com/html5

You already mentioned that you use no content blockers   -   so no use in asking you if maybe you have NoScript installed, eh   ?

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electro5 said

ALL CHECK

All looking good. So far you've done and checked just about everything one could possibly think of, and yet it's stuck on 'loading'   .......
I'm really baffled and all out of ideas   (so sorry   !) 'Sure hope somebody else will come to your rescue   !

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Sorry no solution just a few questions to check what you see.

Does the sound play ok if you use YouTube ? Have you tried with and without earphones plugged in ?

When you try http://www.ckoi.com/webradio/ What actually happens

  • Do you see the speaker icon on the tab at the top of the page
  • Do you see the volume slider and mute option on the page above the wide red headings
  • Do the leading video clip adverts play when you first open the page ?

Edit In fact when I look at your screenshot I do see it has an Arro rather than a square and a green dot so it looks like it is playing.


Note I do NOT need FlashPlayer to listen to that radio station. Have you tried with FlashPLayer set to never activate.

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EN CHARGEMENT NO SONG BUT IF I CLICK ON AN ARROW I HAVE THE SONG ANDIF IF I RETURN TO RADIO DIRECT NO SONG

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John99 said

Note I do NOT need FlashPlayer to listen to that radio station. Have you tried with FlashPLayer set to never activate.

It plays just fine for me with Flash Player enabled,   so that shouldn't make a difference.

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there an arrow at each song red one

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electro5 said

there an arrow at each song red one

There is a red arrow   .......   ??? Could you show it in a screenshot, please   ?


You said :

"EN CHARGEMENT NO SONG BUT IF I CLICK ON AN ARROW I HAVE THE SONG ANDIF IF I RETURN TO RADIO DIRECT NO SONG "

What exactly do you mean   ?

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John99 said


Edit In fact when I look at your screenshot I do see it has an Arro rather than a square and a green dot so it looks like it's playing.

When I listen to that station,   I see a square   (no arrow)   and a green
dot   ........

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look the picture and try it you will see

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look the pic for arrow that play music but not the radio direct round square en chargement

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electro5 said

look the picture and try it you will see

Yes   ! Now I know what you're talking about :   but those red arrows only allow you to listen to a short clip   (just a few seconds),   and then it automatically returns to   'en direct'  (live radio). But that doesn't happen for you.   you return to   'en chargement'   (loading). Have I finally got it right   ?
Have you tried this yet :

http://www.cogecomedia.com/aide/?station=15

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The short clips are MP4 or MPEG files and are played via the HTML5 media player. The 'en direct' segments are loaded via an XHR request via JavaScript. You can check that in the Network Monitor.

Do stations that use the Shockwave Flash player work like CBC stations?

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