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General issues



Will the OnlineRadioBar toolbar work on my browser?
The OnlineRadioBar toolbar is compatible with the following Internet browsers:
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 6 and above on Windows Vista, XP, and 2000 operating systems
  • Mozilla Firefox versions 1 and above, including beta versions, on Windows (Vista, XP, and 2000), Mac, and Linux operating systems
We will support additional browsers in the future.
How do I install the OnlineRadioBar toolbar?
Internet Explorer users
  1. Click the Download Toolbar button.
  2. If you already have a community toolbar, you may see a window where you can choose to add the OnlineRadioBar toolbar in a click to your list of toolbars; you don't need to download and install it unless you would like to have it as a separate row on your browser.
  3. In the File Download window, you are given the option to Run or Save. We recommend that you click Run to automatically download and install. (If you want to choose where the installation files will be placed, however, choose Save and then manually activate the installation afterwards.)
  4. Clicking Run begins the installation process, which takes a few minutes, depending on your Internet speed. In the Community Toolbar Installation window, configure the additional settings and click Agree (to the License Agreement). The toolbar will then appear on your browser.
Firefox users
  1. Click the Download Toolbar button.
  2. If you already have a community toolbar, you may see a window where you can choose to add the OnlineRadioBar toolbar in a click to your list of toolbars; you don't need to download and install it unless you would like to have it as a separate row on your browser.
  3. Is the Software Installation window visible?
    If yes: Click the Install Now button and then click Restart Firefox. Continue to step 9 below.
    If no: Continue to step 4.
  4. Locate the yellow bar at the top of the page and click the Edit Options... button.
  5. Click the Allow button, and then click Close.
  6. Click the Download Toolbar button again.
  7. In the Software Installation window, click the Install Now button.
  8. When the download is complete, click Restart Firefox.
  9. In the Toolbar Setup window, make your selections and then click Finish.
I don't see the OnlineRadioBar toolbar on my browser after the installation process.
Both Internet Explorer and Firefox users
If you can't see the toolbar on your browser:
  1. Make sure the toolbar is selected in your list of browser toolbars. Select View > Toolbars at the top of your browser and then select the toolbar's name.
  2. If you still don't see the toolbar:
The OnlineRadioBar toolbar appears blank on my browser.
If the toolbar appears blank on your browser:
  1. Uninstall the OnlineRadioBar toolbar. (See How do I uninstall the OnlineRadioBar toolbar? )
  2. Clear your browser's cache (See How do I clear my browser's cache? ) and cookies (See How do I clear my browser's cookies? ), reboot your computer, and then reinstall the toolbar.
  3. Restart your computer.
  4. Reinstall the OnlineRadioBar toolbar.
If the toolbar still appears blank, click the link below:
http://users.conduit.com/checkserver.asp. If you see the “ConduitOK” text, please contact our Support Center
If you don't see the text, then your firewall or other security software settings may be causing the problem.
Is the OnlineRadioBar toolbar safe?

This community toolbar was created using the Conduit platform, which upholds the highest privacy and security standards. Please refer to Conduit’s Privacy Policy to find out more.

What software is need to watch online TV?

Different TV Channels broadcast in several different formats. To be able to watch all channels make sure you download and install the following software (all free):

1. Windows Media Player
2. RealOne Player
3. Flash Player
4. Quicktime Player

Why do I get a black screen when trying to watch a channel?

It usually takes 40 seconds for the channel to start playing.
If it's been over a minute and the channel isn't playing yet it might be offline at this time of the day or removed from the TV channel internet servers.

 

The E-mail Notifier supports the following account types and formats:

Hotmail (and its subdomains)
name@hotmail.com

Yahoo (and its subdomains)
name@yahoo.com

Gmail
name@gmail.com

Comcast
name@comcast.com

AOL
name@aol.com

POP3 (All except for encrypted SSL POP3 accounts. Usually opened with a program such as Outlook.)
We will add more e-mail domains in the future, so be sure to check back here.
If you are having trouble accessing your e-mail account through the E-Mail Notifier:
  1. Make sure that your e-mail account is supported by the E-mail Notifier. (See Does the E-mail Notifier support my e-mail account? )
  2. Log out of all your e-mail accounts before accessing them through the E-mail Notifier.
  3. Make sure your browser is set to enable cookies. (See How do I enable cookies in my browser? )
  4. If you still cannot access your e-mail account, clear your browser's cache (See How do I clear my browser's cache?) and cookies (See How do I clear my browser's cookies?), reboot your computer, and try again.
  5. If the problem persists, uninstall your toolbar. (See How do I uninstall the OnlineRadioBar toolbar?) and then visit the OnlineRadioBar toolbar's download page and reinstall your toolbar . (See How do I install the OnlineRadioBar toolbar? )
The number of unread e-mails displayed by the E-mail Notifier is updated automatically every few minutes.
You can change how often the E-mail Notifier checks for new e-mails in the E-mail Notifier Settings window: Click the E-mail Notifier and then select Settings.

To check for new e-mails manually, click the E-mail Notifier and then select Check for new e-mails in the menu.
Yes. It is perfectly safe to add your account details to the E-mail Notifier. Your details are encrypted and saved locally on your computer. They are not shared with any third party.
If none of the stations or podcasts work, then check whether your computer meets all the requirements below:
If you have met all the requirements above and the Radio Player still doesn’t work, please contact our Support Center .
There are two main reasons why this may happen:
  1. There may be a problem with your media player's settings. (Your toolbar's Radio Player broadcasts by means of the media player you're using.) We recommend that you check its settings.
  2. There may be a problem with the radio station/podcast itself. Since these are offered from all over the Web and are not generated by us, we cannot control their performance.
If you continue to have problems with radio stations or podcasts that you would like to hear, please contact our Support Center .
Just click the Weather component, and you will see these options in the upper-right corner:
  • Change location
  • Change to C°/F°
  • Extended forecast
Notice that the Weather component initially adjusts automatically, showing you the weather according to the location of your IP address.
The Weather component is powered by www.intellicast.com, which has the world’s largest commercial meteorological database and displays the accurate weather for hundreds of thousands of locations all over the globe. It is not possible, however, to represent every one of these locations in the Weather component. In the event that you cannot see accurate weather information or find the name of your town, we suggest that you visit the Intellicast site directly for more information.
The OnlineRadioBar community toolbar may contain one or more RSS readers that provide RSS feeds of interest to the community. Although you cannot add content to an RSS reader, you have several options for removing content:
  • To delete a single item, right-click it and then select Delete Message or Delete Item.
  • To delete all the items in a topic, select the topic and then click the garbage can icon (Delete All Items) at the bottom of the list of items.
  • You can remove an RSS reader from your toolbar, while reserving the option to restore it at any time:
    1. Open the toolbar's main menu (by clicking on the arrow immediately to the right of the toolbar's logo).
    2. Select Toolbar Options and then click the Predefined Components tab.
    3. Clear the RSS reader's check box.
The Search Box is an integral part of the OnlineRadioBar toolbar experience and cannot be removed. Have you tried clicking the arrow inside the Search Box? You'll find customized searches there that we hope you'll find useful.
To add or remove a component from your toolbar:
  1. Open the toolbar's main menu (by clicking on the arrow immediately to the right of the toolbar's logo).
  2. Select Toolbar Options.
  3. Note that there are three tabs that include components (Personal Components, Predefined Components, and Useful Components). Locate the component in one of the tabs.
  4. Select/clear the component's check box.
To remove a gadget from your toolbar:
  1. Open the toolbar's main menu (by clicking on the arrow immediately to the right of the toolbar's logo).
  2. Select Toolbar Options.
  3. Click the Predefined Components tab.
  4. Clear the gadget's check box.
You may uninstall this software at any time and with no limitations, using the standard uninstall procedures as offered with your computer's operating system or your Internet browser.

Internet Explorer users
  1. Click the Start button and then select Settings > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs.
  2. In the list of programs, find the OnlineRadioBar toolbar, select it, and click Change/Remove.
Firefox users
  1. In your browser menu, select Tools > Add-ons.
  2. Make sure the Extensions tab is selected.
  3. Select the OnlineRadioBar toolbar.
  4. Click the Uninstall button.
Safari users
  1. Open the Finder application and browse to Applications.
  2. Scroll down to Toolbars and click on OnlineRadioBar.
  3. Double-click on “Uninstall”.
  4. Fill in the “User name & Password” and click the OK button.
  1. Visit the OnlineRadioBar toolbar's download page and reinstall the toolbar.
  2. Restart your computer.
  3. Uninstall the toolbar again.
If you still experience the problem, please contact our Support Center.
The toolbar should not affect the performance of any other browser add-ons. If you encounter a problem concerning this issue, please contact our Support Center.
If your community toolbar is currently active, and you got to a page with the message "The page you're looking for wasn't found" next to the logo and name of your toolbar publisher, it means the following:

Your community toolbar detected that the page you were navigating to was not found and offered you a helpful Search page instead of the generic page usually displayed, called a 404 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/404_error) or DNS error page.

Your search term automatically appears, so you can just click Search to try again. If you'd rather, you can type in a different search. To disable this feature:
  1. Open the toolbar's main menu (by clicking on the arrow immediately to the right of the toolbar's logo).
  2. Select Toolbar Options and then click the Additional Settings tab.
  3. Clear the check box next to: Fix "page not found" errors.
Please note that this feature may not be available for all community toolbars.
  1. Open the toolbar's main menu (by clicking on the arrow immediately to the right of the toolbar's logo).
  2. Select Toolbar Options and then click the Additional Settings tab.
  3. Select or clear the check box next to: Enable search from address bar.
Internet Explorer users
  1. Open your browser's Search menu (upper-right corner of your browser) by clicking the arrow.
  2. Choose Change Search Defaults…
  3. Select OnlineRadioBar Customized Web Search.
  4. Click the Remove button, and then click OK.
Firefox users
  1. Open your browser's Search Engine menu (upper-right corner of your browser) by clicking the arrow.
  2. Choose Manage Search Engines…
  3. Select OnlineRadioBar Customized Web Search.
  4. Click the Remove button, and then click OK.
Internet Explorer users
  1. In your browser menu, select Tools > Internet Options.
  2. Click the General tab.
  3. In the Home page section at the top of the dialog, make your selections.
Firefox users
  1. In your browser menu, select Tools > Options.
  2. Click the Main icon.
  3. In the Startup box, make your selections.
Internet Explorer 6 users
  1. Close all open browser windows.
  2. In your browser menu, select Tools > Internet Options.
  3. Click the General tab at the top of the dialog box.
  4. Click Delete Files under Temporary Internet Files.
  5. Select the Delete All Offline Content option.
  6. Click OK.
Internet Explorer 7 users
  1. Close all open browser windows.
  2. In your browser menu, select Tools > Internet Options.
  3. Click the General tab.
  4. Under Browsing History, click Delete.
  5. Under Temporary Internet Files, click Delete Files.
  6. Click Delete Cookies.
  7. Click OK.
Firefox users
In Firefox for PC:
  1. Close all open browser windows.
  2. In your browser menu, select Tools > Clear Private Data...
  3. Select the Cookies and Cache options.
  4. Click Clear Private Data Now.
In Firefox for Mac:
  1. Close all other open browser windows.
  2. Open the Firefox menu at the top of your browser and select Preferences...
  3. Click the Privacy tab.
  4. Click Clear Now... at the bottom of the dialog box.
  5. In the new dialog box, select the Cache and Cookies options.
  6. Click Clear Private Data Now.
Internet Explorer users
  1. In your browser menu, select Tools > Internet Options.
  2. Click the General tab.
  3. Under Temporary Internet Files, click Delete Cookies...
  4. Click OK to confirm Delete all cookies in the Temporary Internet Files folder?
  5. Click OK.
Firefox users
  1. In your browser menu, select Tools > Options.
  2. Click the Privacy icon.
  3. Under Cookies, click Show Cookies.
  4. Click the Remove All Cookies button.
  5. Click Close.
Internet Explorer users
  1. In your browser menu, select Tools > Internet Options.
  2. Click the Privacy tab.
  3. Click the Default button. (If it is already pressed, it will look dimmed.)
  4. Click OK.
Firefox users
  1. In your browser menu, select Tools > Internet Options.
  2. Click the Privacy tab.
  3. Select the Accept cookies from sites option.
Internet Explorer users
  1. In your browser menu, select Tools > Internet Options.
  2. Click the Security tab.
  3. Click the Custom level... button
  4. Scroll down to the Scripting section and make sure that under Active scripting, Enable is selected.
  5. Click OK and restart your browser.
Firefox users
  1. In your browser menu, select Tools > Internet Options.
  2. Click the Web Features button.
  3. Make sure that Enable JavaScript is selected.
  4. Click OK and refresh the current page.

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