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  • Hey.

    I got this thing working quite sweetly on my blog, but I had to set the
    $delay variable to a value of 9999999999!

    If I even took just one 9 out, it will always display, “Radio is off!”, but the way it’s set now, it will pretty much never say, “Radio is off!”, which in itself is cool, I mean it doesnt hurt anything at all, because it always displays the last song played, which I think looks better than “Radio is off!”

    Just curious if anyone happens to know why this is happening. If I didnt set the thing to that value out of frustration, it would have never worked, it was just a random thing I tried and it happened to work, but I don’t know why it worked.

    Any insight would be great!


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  • //if (!$line || $last_update < time()-$delay)
    // {
    //$myplaylist = “Winamp is off !”;
    //echo $myplaylist;
    // }
    // {
    … code here
    // }

    That’s all I did… I just changed the text to say: Song of the moment ( if you want to see it in action)…
    Commenting out works wonders if you couldn’t be bothered with time stamp issues.

    maybe it’s my server or something, but when I do that, it just disables the radio altogether. Thnaks anyway. This will sound dumb, but does it matter that I’m on a Linux server?

    Again, thanks anyway. 🙂

    I’m on Linux too, so therein lies the problem I think. I wonder if Windows timestamps files while Linux doesn’t…

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