This blog entry is about a new feature of Yahoo! Media Player. The whole post will be about this one feature. I'll cross-post this to the wiki. I would appreciate it if comments were directed there, so that we can incorporate them into the documentation. For now the feature is only available in the unstable development build.
The feature is called
Find In Page.
What it does
If you're in a web page with a player the track you are playing is probably located within the page somewhere. That's true even when you're using a remote playlist, and even when the player is not Yahoo! Media Player.
Wherever the track is anchored, there's usually something which explains what it is. If it's a song this might say the title, artist name, and album name. If it's a podcast or videoblog there might be an episode number or date, a title for the blog entry, maybe show notes describing the theme, an explanation of who the interviewee is, that kind of stuff. There is often an image associated with Read More »from Find In Page