> Seeing as Tubetrack no longer works I've had a go at writing my own.
> It's based on the layout of Tubetrack rather than the layout of NRES
> Windows Vista Gadget, which doesn't seem to suit the Dashboard. It
> doesn't save your selected station yet and it doesn't search station
> names yet - the only way to change the station is to give it the 3
> letter NRS code.
> It's my first attempt at writing a widget and my first attempt at
> It has some problems, which I haven't yet solved (resizing the scroll
> bars for instance). Therefore it should only be considered test quality
> software - use it at your own risk.
> If you have a Mac (it's not a Vista Gadget, it won't work on Microsoft
> Windows) and you'd like to give it at try it's available for download at:
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