Hey guys.

I'm seeking a real time sports update plugin that would run on my desktop so I can simply and effectively receive news, stats, scores etc... particularly from the UEFA champions league. I'm uncertain if plugin is the proper term but I hope you guys can interpret what I mean. Does something of this nature exist? If not, however, I understand the process of building such a feature would require advanced user(s) but I would be keenly interested in hearing the essence of the procedure and/or subjects that would be of value to study.

Thank you very much.

asked 15 Feb '12, 20:26

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alt text:yes there is not very far to get too.. you need configure a modded app aid 1.0 or higher A Pc within videocard television for receive teletext..browse your engine run turbo engine open pre made network with a broad IP start ethernet boot with xdsl..4.5 exactly be sure all your settings are work proper and use plugin xmms open in the player if you got authorized m3u based on utf-16 basicly for txt services)than set tv mode on video play screen localize on BG or other out of Europe coded cable network for television texttab select a good working like xbmc rss feed within adress by ip or http related subject...don't forget your UID working on Live wire and there you go the realtime advanced experiences,good luck I know it's nasty but I worked out myselfn by good results only be sure your media related within your ip network too..it's how it goes but worthn it too


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