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1 minute auto-refreshing & audible alert?


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halley3

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Hi,

As an individual investor....I monitor the following webpage for public company buybacks of their stock:

http://www.businessw...ct/?vnsId=31351

Is there a way to readjust the setting of my webbrowser so that this page refreshes continuously in the shortest timeframe possible?

Also....is there a way to do an audible alert when a new news article on this page appears?

Thanks for your consideration,
-h

Edited by halley3, 03 June 2008 - 10:43 AM.

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Major Payne

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Would this be of any help? Auto-Refresh Tool

Here's an auto-refresh add-on for the Maxthion Browser: Auto-Refresh 2.5. Not sure if it adds the button to toggle on/off the auto-refresh button or not. Will have to try it as I use maxthon instead of IE for the Micosoft update site.

Didn't say anything about setting up an audible alert though.

Ron

Edited by Major Payne, 03 June 2008 - 10:58 AM.

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Re: Auto-Refresh tool

Nice simple device....no audio alert....but at least it's quick.

Thanks.
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Yo're welcome. Glad it is working out for you. Too bad the software doesn't have an Option setting to use a sound wave for an alert. Seems simple enough to put in. :)

Ron
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