radio sample rates.
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Mon Mar 16 14:08:57 PDT 2015
On Mon, 16 Mar 2015 19:56:47 +0000, Jeremy Nicoll - ml get_iplayer wrote:
> Also, eyeballing the contents of the cache files will show that the values
> there are not always consistent in format (I mean I think the BBC do not
> always describe successive episodes of the same show in the same way).
Agreed there doesn't seem to be a fixed format for anything. Genre can be
fun, I'd have expected the data entry for that to be a froma drop down list
but it appears to be free form.
>> But I did find reading awkward using NetSurf because the definition of
>> <code> seems on those pages to cause it to render as black text in a back
>> rectangle! So I may have missed it. I assume this is a NetSurf problem.
>> (This is using the RO NetSurf.)
> Maybe when you see black rectangles you should 'view source' (or whatever
> NS calls it). Or use Firefox (on linux).
Far easier to highlight the text in theblock with right click drag surely?
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