Using radioplayer with IE

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Jim S, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. Jim S

    Jim S Guest

    I am tending towards moving back to IE10.
    Firefox has 'had it' for me as the constant changes and need for add-ins
    plus its recent slowness had driven me towards Chrome.
    I have used Chrome for some time, but although I have managed, reluctantly,
    to compensate for the favorites sidebar by using the bookmarks toolbar, I
    still don't really like it.
    The main irritation for me at the moment is Ie's use of the
    Radioplayer(UK). In Chrome/Firefox I can click on an icon on the toolbar
    and Radioplayer opens in a new WINDOW, but with IE10 it takes over the
    existing window. Is there anything I can do to change this?
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    Jim S
    Tyneside UK
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    Jim S, Apr 6, 2013
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    SC Tom Guest

    You can enable Tabbed Browsing in IE10. Also in those settings is the
    ability to open a link in a new tab, new window, or the current tab or
    window. If none of the choices in the Tab settings doesn't do what you want,
    try right-clicking on the radio player link and select "Open in a new tab"
    or "Open in a new window". That will leave your current window alone.
     
    SC Tom, Apr 8, 2013
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    Jim S Guest

    Thanks for taking the time to answer. I tried all those options before
    posing the question and since.
    I use radioplayer constantly and have decided to stick with Chome which
    handles it as I want. IEtab will have to cover any other rendering problems
    and I have learned to live with Bookmarks Bar instead of the sidebar.
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    Jim S
    Tyneside UK
    www.jimscott.co.uk
    http://geordiecamii.wordpress.com
    http://geordiecam.wordpress.com/
     
    Jim S, Apr 8, 2013
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