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  # 1830500 26-Jul-2017 09:27
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Good riddance.


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  # 1830502 26-Jul-2017 09:28
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Yabanize:

 

Good riddance.

 

 

Wonder if SkyGo will be SkyGone then..





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  # 1830505 26-Jul-2017 09:31
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Will not be missed

 

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  # 1830513 26-Jul-2017 09:35
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old3eyes:

 

Yabanize:

 

Good riddance.

 

 

Wonder if SkyGo will be SkyGone then..

 

 

 

 

From their FAQ:

 

Q: I'm having trouble with Flash running in some browsers, what's the most reliable browser to use?

 

A: We've found the most reliable way it to use Windows XP in a Virtual Machine (vmware is free - link) and Internet explorer 7. You'll have to disable all windows updates but this should provide the most reliable platform to use SkyGo.

 

 

 

Cheers - N

 

 





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  # 1830519 26-Jul-2017 09:47
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@Talkiet Nooooooooooo way?

 

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  # 1830522 26-Jul-2017 09:48
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No wonder I've been having problems! Skys recommendation is far easier that what I've been trying to do too. However it worked alright in

 

Dosbox, Running Windows for Workgroups 3.11, Netscape Navigator 3.04.

 

Gets the odd bit of buffering on my fibre connection, about every 90 seconds.

 

 

 

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  # 1830532 26-Jul-2017 10:01
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Reckon they'll support RealPlayer anytime soon?

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  # 1830535 26-Jul-2017 10:05
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I blame Steve Jobs for killing Flash


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Even Jobs couldn't kill it.

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