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Hey folks,

Here's what i want to do. I want to design a widget that will play an internet stream. The problem is, i know not how to do so. Im a bit new at this stuff but learn quickly. Anyone willing to help me on this, it would be appreciated. I have looked at websites and i get rather confused.

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