Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Due to lack of use and the difficulty for our DJs to operate both the chat room and run their shows, we no longer regularly use the Chat room. The Chat room is still available by clicking here and will be periodically monitored for abuse. Feel free to connect with us via Twitter (@wixy1260Online) and Facebook ("WIXY1260Online"), or by visiting our Contact Page (http://www.wixy1260online.com/contact/default.html)
Listening to our AAC & MP3 streams from the primary links (the top two listening choices on the website) may not work with an outdated Adobe Flash Player. FlashPlayer requires regular updating, so to listen on your computer, please make sure you're using the latest version found here. (Known listening issues with Adobe Flash & Internet Explorer are discussed here.) (>Adobe Flash Update Instructions.)
Users have reported the webcam not appearing properly. The remedy is to use the web browser, firefox (version 26 or later). If you are using Internet Explorer, you will need to use version 9 or later and switch to 'compatibility mode.' (While in the webcam page, go to your menu bar, click on 'tools', then, 'Compatibility view settings', then click the 'add' button and close the window. - Reload the page and it should work fine.)
Also, depending on your browser or system, you may be asked in a pop-up window to install a plug-in - this is perfectly normal and secure and is needed to view the webcam properly.
Listening to the flash player on our website was recently affected by several major software updates that were launched by Microsoft and Adobe to counter a massive bot-net. There is no issue with our stream or our website security. If you use Internet Explorer 11 and/or have an outdated version of adobe flash player, you can correct the problem as follows:
a. Update/Re-Install the Adobe Flash Player (from their official website only: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/). Even if you already have Adobe Flash Player, it must be updated and re-installed. When doing this be careful not to be tricked into downloading the other stuff Adobe tries to trick you into installing (pay close attention to the prompts and checkboxes on the screen). (Strongly recommended for security reasons.)
b. In Internet Explorer, you may need to switch to 'compatibility mode.' (While on our website, go to your menu bar, click on 'tools', then, 'Compatibility view settings', then click the 'add' button and close the window. - Reload the page and it should work fine.)
or (preferred solution):
c. Use an alternate web browser like Firefox version 26 or later (our preferred browser).
If you know of anyone who is having this problem, please pass this information along to them.