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Thanks for the updates, even if they aren't positive. ;)

Good to hear your still working on resolving it, and that your still around to let us know. Looking forward to it's fulltime return!

I'll donate in a week or two when I can!
 

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Thanks for the updates, even if they aren't positive. ;)

Good to hear your still working on resolving it, and that your still around to let us know. Looking forward to it's fulltime return!

I'll donate in a week or two when I can!

That goes double for me. I was very impressed with the Starplayr for Windows based on the fact that SIRIUS and XM can co-exist on the same player. Apparently, the people I work with in Customer Care don't know or care for it. Sad, really.

It just sucks about what happened with the hosting issue.

Oh well, I can live with the SIRIUS Tuner widget from siriustuner.com for now. :D
 

edgarb

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I too really hate to see the player not working. I had just learned about only days before the site went down. I do appreciate all of the work that you guys are doing to get it up and running again. Thank you!
 

edgarb

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Hmmm, still doesn't seem to be working for me? Not sure what is going on...I reinstalled to no avail.
 

edgarb

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It's working at my office, where I run XP...got Vista at home...might that be the problem?
 

MikeJW

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StarPlayr sounds nice. Does the Sirius Starplayer support the "Best of XM" channels yet?
 

Superman07

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Not that I think the developers have any ill will, but how does the player handle your username and password? Does it act as a bypass to Sirius or XM? Does it host them on the server? I looked around on the website, but I didn't see much.
 

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Not that I think the developers have any ill will, but how does the player handle your username and password? Does it act as a bypass to Sirius or XM? Does it host them on the server? I looked around on the website, but I didn't see much.

It passes them on the same way the browser would when using their subscriber sites. The client saves them locally with your user settings.
 
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Just booted up Starplayr now, and to my surprise, Best of XM added! Awesome! It doesnt even show up on the regular Sirius online player, even though I paid for it. Starplayr rocks!