How to Send AccuRadio a Bug Report

When you're experiencing an error when trying to use AccuRadio, it's best to try all the standard troubleshooting steps:

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If the error persists even after you've tried them, we might ask you to send us a bug report, so we can better understand what's happening in your browser. This report is an image which shows a little more information about how your browser is working (or not) while you're on our site.

Please follow the instructions below to create this image. Then you can start a conversation in our Help forum, or post this image in a conversation you've already begun. We will do our best to find a solution to the problem you're encountering!

  • Step 1: Replicate the bug

In order for us to see what's causing the error, it needs to be happening. If you're having trouble launching channels, try to launch a channel. If you're having trouble logging in, try to log in, and so forth. Once you've managed to catch the bug in action, go to Step 2.

  • Step 2: Access your browser's data

Most browsers have a built-in tool that allows website developers to look at its code while it's running. Safari does not allow users to view this information. So if you're creating a bug report on a Mac, please use Firefox or Chrome.

If you right-click on any blank space inside your browser, a drop-down menu will appear. (An Apple mouse does not have a separate button, but clicking on the forward right edge of your mouse will have the same effect.) In Firefox and Internet Explorer, click "Inspect Element" to open the developer window. In Chrome, click "Inspect."

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  • Step 3: Make sure you're viewing the correct data

First, take at look at the window you've opened and make sure the correct tab is selected. In Firefox and Internet Explorer, the "Console" tab has the data we're looking for. In Chrome, that data is under the "Network" tab.

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  • Step 4: Get a screenshot

You can use the Snipping Tool to select and area of your screen and turn it into an image file.

On Windows, you can find the Snipping Tool in the Start menu, under Accessories.

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On a Mac, pressing Cmd+Shift+4 activates the Snipping Tool immediately.

Once this tool is activated, you'll see your screen change color a bit. Your mouse will turn into a crosshairs you can use to click and drag over the area you'd like to save.

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On a Mac, this image file will be saved to your desktop automatically.

On a PC, you can go to the File menu in the Snipping Tool and select Save As. Be sure to save the file in a place you can easily find it later.

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  • Step 5: Send the image to us

Now you can take the bug report you created and send it to us, so our tech team can review the data from your browser and try to figure out what's causing the error.

You can attach the image to a discussion thread you've already started, or you can start a new thread. Click "Browse" to find the image you created using the steps above and attach it to your post.

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Thank you very much for taking the time to gather this information!

Bug report data can help us solve technical problems so that we can make AccuRadio better for everyone.

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