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Now Playing Info, on TuneIn.

Started by Ronald, January 06, 2020, 04:57:30 PM

Ronald

It is possible to scroll the text in the 'NOW PLAYING INFO'.
Sometimes a text is long and not everything is visible, for example with TuneIn,
If you're listening in the car, I often see half texts.

EmmaSts

Quote from: Ronald on January 06, 2020, 04:57:30 PM
It is possible to scroll the text in the 'NOW PLAYING INFO'.
Sometimes a text is long and not everything is visible, for example with TuneIn,
If you're listening in the car, I often see half texts.
Are you referring to on your website ?
if so use a marquee

<marquee  direction="left" loop="-1" scrollamount="4">

// YOUR NOW PLAYING TEXT HERE

</marquee>


I use styled marquee to scroll messages in the now playing when songs have been requested on https://www.xperiencerewind.co.uk/ - Simples :)

Ronald

I'm talking about the script used in RadioDj. To send the artist and song to for example TuneIn.

EmmaSts

Quote from: Ronald on January 06, 2020, 07:20:26 PM
I'm talking about the script used in RadioDj. To send the artist and song to for example TuneIn.
Show me the script and i'll have a look

Ronald

Please Check this post, including zip file

https://www.radiodj.ro/community/index.php?topic=13783.0

EmmaSts

Not sure I understand what your trying to do apart from scroll the playing text...
Are you trying to scroll the playing text in RadioDJ itself at the top of the programme ?
Or are you sending the information to TuneIn and want it to scroll ?

Ronald

Quote from: EmmaSts on January 06, 2020, 09:05:48 PM
Or are you sending the information to TuneIn and want it to scroll ?

Yes, i sent The information to TuneIn, and want it to scroll.

EmmaSts

Quote from: Ronald on January 07, 2020, 05:52:12 PM
Yes, i sent The information to TuneIn, and want it to scroll.
Well that'll be TuneIn display script, nothing much anyone other than TuneIn can do as it's their script so unless they give access to the script and more than likely all users will have the same interface. I can't help Sorry!

Ronald

 :'(That's unfortunate, but thank you for this information.