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#rockbox log for 2012-11-05

00:00:08[Saint]yep, that's right...2
00:00:18[Saint]and wodz did them both, quite recently.
00:00:18JdGordonmakes the radio version easy then :)
00:00:33[Saint]hahaha, not the point, but...yes!
00:04:14JdGordonany thoughts on min/max params for %iu?
00:04:33JdGordonim thinking %iu(min, max) but not sure how to make %iu(X) work
00:04:46JdGordonshould that be max only or min only? or just not allow that one?
00:05:09JdGordon(max/min == max number of lines to try and min lines to use even if the actual viewport uses less)
00:05:53[Saint]"min lines to use even if the viewport uses less"?
00:06:04[Saint]....so, display lines that will never be...errr, displayed?
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00:06:41JdGordonso if you have %iu\n\n%Iu you can be sure it will fit nicely
00:07:34[Saint]I'm not even sure we should care about that.
00:08:08[Saint]it should just be two viewports, I'm not a fan of being able to call both %iu and %Iu in the same viewport.
00:09:21[Saint]I mean, I like it, but...it seems like it adds a lot of complication that could be avoided by just...not.
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00:13:28JdGordonwell, say you've got room for total 6 lines, and your current track doesnt have tags so it only uses 1 line, nex track could use 4
00:13:49JdGordonbut if you've hardcoded it with seperate viewports you'll end up with lots of empty lines
00:14:44[Saint]with the alternative you'd have to code in an empty line anyway, though, no?
00:15:03[Saint](as most cabbies have distinct current/next blocks)
00:15:16JdGordonsure, one blank is better than 3 though
00:15:59[Saint]If the current track only uses one line when it has no tags, I'd say we're doing somthing wrong...
00:16:19[Saint]there's a heap of info that could be displayed in it's stead.
00:16:52JdGordoni suppose
00:17:59[Saint]fallback to filename for track name, dir 2 (if exists) for Artist, dir 1 (if exists) for album, root if non exists, bitrate, etc. lots of stuff.
00:18:20[Saint]current git HEAD makes a half assed attempt at this.
00:18:48[Saint]its not just "Is this here? Nope...display nothing"
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00:28:10JdGordon[Saint]: you have a super fancy show-fucking-everything wps-code block right? how many lines does it do?
00:28:50[Saint]less than the maximum that can be displayed, that's for sure.
00:29:08[Saint]the absolute max on cabbie is something like 18 lines total.
00:29:39[Saint](many of those are blank)
00:30:01JdGordonhaha, can you do one which will work nicely for 2,3,4,5 lines?
00:30:21JdGordonactually, ignore me
00:30:45*JdGordon needs to tihnk a bit more
00:30:47JdGordonand work :p
00:30:49[Saint]the "problem" with it, is that is bases the display of the next line based on the success of the previous checks.
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00:38:37amayerhas anyone looked at the code for the progress bar and volume bar with sliders recently?
00:38:39amayeri think there is room to improve them
00:39:18JdGordonim sure there is :)
00:39:27JdGordonwhat in particular?
00:40:49amayeron sec. im stepping out(switching to phone)
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00:43:39amayer_JdGordon: let's say you set up a progress bar like so:
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00:44:04amayer_%on(10,10,120,8)
00:44:14amayer_I'm on my phone so bear with me
00:44:46*[Saint] points out that firstly, that's nowhere near how you set up a progress bar.
00:45:24[Saint]and secondly, I'm fairly confident that %on isn't a real tag...
00:46:40amayer_that's %pb. if you switch the above progress bar to include a slider you would need to readjust the width to accomidate for the slider. and then adjust the the viewport to match. and them it doesn't line up with you backdrop
00:47:14JdGordondidnt we have this conversation before?
00:47:17amayer_[Saint]: I'm on my phone(see autocorrect)
00:47:44[Saint]bare with me, or bear with me the slider does some weird magic I don't like that centers the slider image on the upper/lower bounds of the bar.
00:47:47amayer_I think you helped me fix a theme. but I'm not sure if we had this discussion or not
00:47:58[Saint]not ideal, but, easy to code around if you're expecting it.
00:48:54amayer_I've done 2 themes with sliders and its a huge pain to line them up with the background
00:49:08[Saint]center the bar in a viewport that == bar width+slider width, and it'll "just work"
00:50:29[Saint]or, it should, unless you're doing silly things that I'll adress if you're doing them. :P
00:50:57amayer_you mean put a %ac before the %pb?
00:51:56[Saint]whoah...no, alignment tags don't work like that (I think I pulled you up on that in a forum thread).
00:52:15[Saint]and, actually...now I rethink it, I know what you're talking about, and it *IS* a royal pain inthe ass.
00:52:18amayer_you did. you said not for a viewport.
00:52:38[Saint]well, read "not for a viewport" as "not for anything non-text"
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00:53:14amayer_so what do you mean by center the progress bar?
00:54:18[Saint]I believe I misunderstood your issue.
00:54:41[Saint]The problem you're having is that half the slider image gets cut off when it hits the upper/lower bounds?
00:56:16[Saint]perhaps show me an image of the issue you're having if it is hard to describe.
00:56:18amayer_my issue is that you need to adjust the width when you add a slider
00:58:00[Saint]there's no way you could not have to do so and still have it work with touch.
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00:58:37amayer_oh... that might be what I wasn't seeing. I didn't take into consideration the touch aspect
00:58:41[Saint]otherwise you could never do full/min volume, or seek/
00:59:28[Saint]the exact middle of the slider image (with a slight preference for the left, iirc, in cases where there's no "middle" is used as the "marker" for the bar.
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01:00:03[Saint]imagine there's a closing bracket in there where it should be, please.
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01:00:46[Saint]fwiw, touch is really the only reason to use this.
01:01:09[Saint]...maybe not even then.
01:01:24[Saint]It's likely easier to just make the "slider" a part of the bar image.
01:01:57[Saint]in fact, it definitely is easier. maybe not as graceful, but definitely easier.
01:02:39[Saint]oh...hmmm.
01:02:56amayer_you can't do that
01:03:25amayer_it lays the image and displays part of it. it doesn't move the image
01:03:53[Saint]yeah, I just looked at my code example that does that and took a deep gulp.
01:04:10[Saint]it's _possible_, it's not "easy" :)
01:04:44amayer_Haha oh ok
01:05:00[Saint]and it likely doesn't work anymore, actually. this seems to rely on broken draw ordering.
01:05:23*[Saint] needs to stop deliberately abusing breakages in the skin engine.
01:05:34amayer_[Saint]: will you be on here in about an hour?
01:06:43[Saint]If I'm not, my client will be.
01:06:59[Saint]I just thought, do you *need* it to be an absolutely fluid bar?
01:07:26[Saint]you could do it with bitmapstrips and the percent-played tag.
01:08:41[Saint]iff %played == 10, show foo, iff %played == 20, show bar, etc. Useful if you don't require the bar to have absolutely fluid motion.
01:09:15amayer_I would like it to be fluid. I listen to a lot of podcasts. so if I make a theme I would need it to work well with long audio
01:09:52[Saint]well, long or short, it would always break it into as many tuples as you give the condition.
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01:10:36amayer_but I don't want the 100 slide bitmap that view with it
01:11:08amayer_goes with it*
01:11:25[Saint]well, realistically, 20 would be a bit of overkill as you're likely displaying the time in seconds/mins also.
01:11:30[Saint]...but, I see your point.
01:12:01[Saint]It's just a quick visual reference. It needn't be pixel perfect...but, I'm anal too...so, can't talk here :P
01:12:34[Saint]were it a touch theme, I wouldn't suggest this.
01:12:46[Saint]the fact it isn't means corners can be cut here if needed.
01:12:52amayer_either way. my point is that there should be an easier way then exploiting theme engine bugs to do it.
01:13:38[Saint]It's not really that, it's more that it's non-obvious what the bar does when a slider gets added.
01:14:00[Saint]it's not an abuse, more...a lack of documentation telling you what is expected.
01:15:27amayer_[Saint]: ill have to send you an example when I get home(about an hour)
01:16:14[Saint]are you drawing the bar's backdrop with the bar itself?
01:16:36[Saint]as, iiuc, that will leave a "slider image/2" width block of nothing at either end of the bar.
01:16:44amayer_no
01:17:26[Saint]guess I need to see it.
01:17:35[Saint]I'll be here, or, not far.
01:17:40amayer_the background of the bar is on the backdrop
01:18:02[Saint]ah, yeah...that's a bad move all round.
01:19:40amayer_???
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01:20:11amayer_I don't think I've seen any themes where that wasn't the case
01:20:42amayer_even the default theme does it that way
01:21:01[Saint]lots of themes on the themesite are copy/paste kludges from ancient themes.
01:21:23[Saint]as a side effect, very few people use modern syntax, and cabbie sets some really bad examples.
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01:21:38*[Saint] is working on the cabbie part.
01:22:04*JdGordon is working to outdate that work!
01:22:28[Saint]for example, if you wanted to display the volume/progress bar in two or more places, you'd need two or more backdrops.
01:22:34amayer_Haha
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01:23:03amayer_do you have a working theme that doesn't do this?
01:24:02[Saint]https://github.com/saint-lascivious/RaaA-CabbieV2
01:25:10[Saint]basically: %pb(0,0,-,-,image,progressbar,backdrop,progressbar-backdrop)
01:25:34[Saint]where "progressbar" and "progressbar-backdrop" are labels for pre-loaded bitmaps.
01:25:54amayer_ill check it out in 15 end.
01:26:04amayer_15 when I get home
01:26:17[Saint]image is a define that says "draw the bar with this image" and backdrop is a define that says "use this backdrop for the bar"
01:26:33[Saint]both are followed by an identifier.
01:27:24[Saint]the wiki and/or manual should explain new bar behavior.
01:27:39[Saint]where new == the last 18months+
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01:30:07*amiconn wonders whether the Clip+ (and probably other targets where the display causes interference in mic recordings) deserves a special display mode for recording, which keeps the display disabled as long as the recording is actually running
01:30:36JdGordonwe do that for the fm screen, so sure
01:30:46amiconn(i.e. not while in standby or paused, so you can still adjust gain etc)
01:31:21the-kyleIMO probably not a bad idea. The display sound on the clipv1 and clip+ are both rather loud.
01:31:56the-kyleBut it definitely should be disabled *only* when recording.
01:33:23*the-kyle just read "not while in standby or pause." Oops, sorry, I just repeated what was already expressed.
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01:41:29[Saint]JdGordon: probably a good candidate for your dynamic refresh rate patch?
01:41:54JdGordon?
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01:42:25[Saint]if refreshes are interfering, lessening them if possible couldn't hurt...
01:42:35JdGordonsure
01:51:48amiconn[Saint]: It's not the refreshes that interfere, but the actual display operation
01:53:19amayer[Saint]: do you have a working theme that is 320x240? that uses the method you were talking about for the progress bar?
01:53:49amiconnThis is different from the FM interference on e.g. FM recorder and (old) Ondio FM, where there's no noise as long as the display content is static
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02:19:25[Saint]amiconn: ohhh, OK. My mistake.
02:20:23[Saint]I thought it was screen refreshes, nano2g (one screen type only) suffers from noise due to screen refresh.
02:20:41[Saint]I thought that was the issue, apologies.
02:21:06[Saint]amayer: no.
02:21:32amayerim looking at the other sizes now
02:22:23[Saint]the code for all of them is identical save for coordinates.
02:22:36[Saint]ones as good as another.
02:23:52amayeri know. i was just wondering if there was one i could load on the simulator that i already have compiled
02:24:26[Saint]I just compile an SDL sim larger than any target I need.
02:24:34[Saint]it loads any theme.
02:24:42amayerreally?
02:24:47amayeri didnt know that
02:25:24[Saint]smaller themes, larger themes will fail.
02:26:38[Saint]this is an "app type" specific thing, iirc. I think other targets need the backdrop to be the "screen dimensions".
02:26:59[Saint]app type should align smaller themes top left.
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02:27:33amayer[Saint]: is this something that needs changed?
02:27:36amayerhttp://download.rockbox.org/daily/manual/rockbox-ipodvideo/rockbox-buildap4.html#x20-408000D.23
02:27:38amayerbeside example it says "%ax%V(...)"
02:27:53[Saint]no.
02:28:09[Saint]that's a very specific case.
02:28:19amayerso that works?
02:28:39amayerbut %al%V(...) wont?
02:28:53[Saint]yes, but it isn't an alignment tag per se.
02:29:25[Saint]that will ONLY work with view ports, not text.
02:29:48JdGordonwhat is %al?
02:30:05[Saint]it means "mirror the vp horizontally if Lang == RTL
02:30:13JdGordonah, right
02:30:15[Saint]JdGordon: align left, no?
02:30:37*JdGordon needs to get rid of the rtl support tags and just make them implicit
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02:30:52[Saint] prior response was for amayer , sorry.
02:30:58[Saint]I'm slow on my mobile.
02:32:17[Saint]JdGordon: if you did so, you'd need a way to pass "don't fiddle with my viewport alignments EVER"…but, pretty sure I've mentioned that.
02:32:54JdGordonbut that doesnt make any sense
02:33:20[Saint]rather, a way to pass "don't fiddle with THIS view ports alignment ever"
02:35:09[Saint]I can only imagine it causing issues if the author was going for a specific effect, but...it's nice to not force things like this IMO.
02:35:28[Saint]Or, if you do force it, offer an (optional) way out.
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03:04:39amayer[Saint]: this works alot better then what i was trying before
03:04:40amayer%pb(0,0,298,11,C,backdrop,D,slider,E)
03:04:43amayeris it really necessary for the slider to overhang the edges of the progress bar tho at the beginning and end?
03:10:14[Saint]yes.
03:10:21amayer*reads back and answers his own question*
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03:11:37[Saint]you could always leave a slider_image/2 transparent gap at the beginning and end of the bar images.
03:12:15amayerthat might work i will try it
03:12:37amayernow for my next question:
03:12:39amayerI cant seem to put pb_empty and pb_full in 1 image as a sprite(top and bottom)
03:12:41amayeris that possible?
03:13:16[Saint]no, bars don't allow subimages.
03:13:37amayerboo...
03:19:51amayer[Saint]: that makes it hang even further over the edge
03:20:09amayerwould i need to add more padding on the slider?
03:23:37amayernvm. that doesnt work
03:24:04JdGordon[Saint]: did you get anywhere with the "check if file exists" patch?
03:24:09JdGordoni.e is it useful?
03:27:02[Saint]I think it is, yes.
03:27:25[Saint]I didn't get very far with it, but I definitely think it is useful.
03:46:18[Saint]amayer: sorry, I messed that up.
03:47:03[Saint]does adding slider_image_width/4 tarnsparent pixel to the slider image make it look riht?
03:47:42*[Saint] be type of today badlingly
03:50:04amayerno it doesnt because then the progress bar tag just takes the new slider_image width and divides that by 2
03:50:04[Saint]oh, shit...no.
03:50:48amayeryou could add 1000px to each side of the slider bar and it would still center it
03:50:59amayer(and error because its too wide for the screen)
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03:52:35[Saint]it was a long time ago now, but, this might just have been why I gave up on the idea of using a slider for my cabbie raaa variants.
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03:55:29amayernow that i think about it coding this to work the way i am describing would be kinda tricky
03:59:17[Saint]ugly as fuck: you could use two progress bars conditionally, one for volume 0-50% and one for volume 50-100% and swap them out like that. the volume == 0-50% slider bitmap would be twice the width of the visible image, with the entire left side comprised of transparency, the reverse for the volume == 50-100% case.
03:59:54JdGordonwhat the shitsnacks are you talking about?
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04:00:16[Saint]that way, when it did its 'center the slider image' thing, you'd only have transparency out of view.
04:00:38amayer[Saint]: ...i think my morals would prevent me from writing code to do that
04:01:04[Saint]it'd work.... ;)
04:01:18amayerthat it would
04:01:23[Saint]and I did say it'd be ugly.
04:01:39amayerwould there be a flicker when they switched?
04:02:05[Saint]yeah, you read my mind. it's possible, yes.
04:02:10amayeractually, you would see the slider jump back when they switched
04:02:32[Saint]ahhhhh, yes, you would too.
04:02:48amayerso that wont even work
04:03:09[Saint]JdGordon: the weird, non-obvious yet totally unavoidable way the slider bar tag param works.
04:03:45[Saint]and hacks to make it look like it works like it should.
04:03:59JdGordon?
04:04:09[Saint]...possible hacks/workarounds/bike-shedding.
04:04:46[Saint]the slider image ends up half off the bar at 0 or 100%
04:05:22JdGordonthat was always by design
04:05:32amayer...but it looks ugly
04:05:45[Saint]as the exact middle of the image is the 'marker', there doesn't seem to be any way to have it appear as though it doesn't do that.
04:05:45amayeri get it from a functionality point of view
04:06:11[Saint]and, I know it is intentional. which is why I mentioned it being unavoidable.
04:07:44[Saint]amayer: how wide is the bar? would doing it with subimages really not be an option?
04:08:11amayerthe bar is 298px wide
04:09:04amayerif i was using someone elses theme and i didnt know that it did it the subimage way it wouldnt bug me... but if i did it i would never be able to look at myself in the mirror
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04:10:23amayerlike i said i listent to alot of podcasts. if i did 10 images. then the slider would move every 6 min.
04:11:15amayerfor songs it would be more like 3 sec.
04:12:09amayer[Saint]: i would really really really really like to avoid it. but if i have to i guess i dont have any other options
04:12:32amayeri just started the theme so ill finish it and worry about this last
04:12:54[Saint]well...if you expanded it to 300px, and used 30 subimages, it'd be at a level where it would be almost impossible to discern that the slider wasn't *exactly* where it should be.
04:13:10[Saint]and it'd only vary by +/-2px or so.
04:15:01[Saint]I'm not sure anyone (possibly including yourself) would ever actually notice this when presented with a double blind test with both the single and subimage implementations.
04:16:10amayeri didnt actually do that artwork. and idk if my art guy is going to like this idea
04:16:28amayerif it comes to it. then i guess ill have to talk him into it
04:16:38[Saint]as I said earlier, it's really supposed to be a quick visual indicator, pixel perfect fluid movement is only really needed if gou were using it for seeking on a touch theme...and, probablg not even then because your finger would be covering any discrepency.
04:18:21amayerwould people be opposed to having an option that makes it display the way we are talking about?
04:18:24amayerkinda like the "invert" option that doesnt take another parameter after it but name it like "pretty" or "TheWayItShouldLook"
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04:20:53[Saint]the magic needed to do that would be non-rrivial, but... JdGordon is really the one to talk to here.
04:21:22[Saint]*non-trivial
04:21:26amayerJdGordon: ^
04:22:14amayer[Saint]: i guess this would only be used on non-touch targets
04:22:43[Saint]basically, you want the slider image to not exceed the bounds of the bar itself.
04:22:51amayeryes
04:23:03amayeri couldnt have worded it better myself
04:23:57amayerwhy are the Cowon D2 and iPod Video the same size but dont have the same number of themes on the theme site?
04:24:22[Saint]that's your job!
04:24:28[Saint]:p
04:24:50amayersomeone in the forums pointed out that my themes pop up there when i post them for the iPod Video
04:25:22[Saint]as they should.
04:25:54amayerbut they are non-touch themes
04:26:09amayerCowon D2 is touch from my understanding
04:26:13[Saint]that doesn't matter.
04:26:54[Saint]the device will automagically switch to grid mode.
04:27:26[Saint]grid mode is a 3x3 grid of touch actions.
04:28:20amayeri dont really like that it does that.
04:28:43amayeri would like to make my themes touch enabled but i dont have the cash to get a cowon D2
04:28:59[Saint]why would you need to?
04:29:26amayerto play with the theme on a real target before i release it
04:29:39amayeri always use my themes for a week before i post them
04:29:47amayerkinda like quality testing
04:30:00[Saint]sim, or sdl app...that's what they're for.
04:30:30[Saint]both just take mouse input as "touch".
04:30:41amayerhmm... interesting
04:30:42[Saint]no need for the physical target.
04:31:03amayernext question:
04:31:05amayerif you have touch enabled theme how would it act on a non-touch target
04:31:52[Saint]just as it should.
04:32:06[Saint]ie. it'll 'just work'.
04:33:10amayerill have to look into that
04:33:12amayer*sees days of work ahead of him redoing old themes*
04:33:52[Saint]since a few monhs ago bars need no special handling for touch any more.
04:34:15[Saint]bars automatically define their own touch regions.
04:34:27*JdGordon coughs
04:34:48[Saint]?
04:35:01amayerbut play, seek, random, and shuffle will
04:35:14[Saint]yes.
04:35:30JdGordon:)
04:35:37[Saint]JdGordon: ?
04:35:38JdGordon[Saint]: only because you didnt like it doing it automatically :)
04:36:07[Saint]JdGordon: they still do...
04:36:21[Saint]you need to pass notouch to avoid it.
04:36:58[Saint]also, it wasn't *just* me that didn't like the default ;)
04:38:43[Saint]unless you reverted it, bars magically draw their own touch regions unless specifically told not to with the notouch param.
04:39:16JdGordoncorrect
04:39:29amayerJdGordon: did you see the convo ^ at 21 min ago?
04:39:34[Saint]I wanted them to not, and to have to pass a 'touch' param if this was desired... but, you had your feasons.
04:39:50[Saint]*reasons
04:40:30JdGordonamayer: no, im busy
04:40:50amayerok thats cool
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04:41:55[Saint]amayer: the magic to do so would be kinda difficult I imagine. you'd need to cater for 0-33%, 34-66%, and 67-100% iiuc.
04:42:53[Saint]so the left/middle/right of the slider indicated the current volume.
04:43:20amayeryou just need to make the slider run on a different base then the actual bar
04:44:18[Saint]at 0-34%, the extreme left of the slider was the 'current position', 34-66% the middle of the slider was the current position, etc. etc.
04:44:20amayer100% for the slider = bar - slider width
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04:45:07amayeri dont know the code. and the theory in my head is kind fuzzy.
04:45:20[Saint]and, doing that without seeing he slider image jump visibly forwards or backwards would be an issue too.
04:45:47amayeris the code broken down into those ^ percents?
04:46:24[Saint]no, but I figurednyou'd need to cater for at least those cases if you wanted it to look right.
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04:47:36[Saint]thoug, a trivial 'fix' would be shrinking the usable area of the bar.
04:48:52[Saint]so that if a slider was used the usable display area of he bar shrunk by *slider_width*, but not the images.
04:49:29[Saint]hey hey...that would actually work.
04:49:33amayeri think it would be something like this:
04:49:35amayerslider_pos = (bar_width - slider_width) * cur_percent
04:49:52JdGordonif you guys come up with a cleaner syntax for the bar tags we can implement it
04:50:10JdGordonim happy to deprecate/replace the current one
04:50:26amayeri should look at the code where is it in the gui folder?
04:50:34JdGordonapps/gui/skin_engine
04:50:45JdGordonno no... you stay on the theme site :)
04:50:47[Saint]JdGordon: if you can parse what I mean, what about my suggesgion a few mins ago, immediately above?
04:51:07[Saint]is it clear what I mean there, or do I need to explain it better?
04:51:14JdGordontimestamp?
04:51:28[Saint]16:47:34
04:51:50amayerwow... im about to go to bed and you guys are just getting off work
04:52:05JdGordonim not sure that would be less confusing
04:52:41JdGordoni mean, isnt that at least as confusing as current?
04:52:42[Saint]it would look right, and behave exactly the same.
04:53:12amayer[Saint]: is my psudo code the same thing you are talking about?
04:54:02amayeror am i reading it wrong?
04:55:44[Saint]maybe, I'm not certain. my brain hurts. basically, this: if you have a 100px bar and a 10px slider image, the usable area of the bar starts from 0,5 and runs to 0,95, to allow for the slider.
04:56:26[Saint]this way the slider would stop at the upper/lower bounds, and you'd need no special syntax to set it up.
04:57:24JdGordonwont that cause probalems with the background image also?
04:57:39JdGordonok, im mostly here.. can you summarise the issue?
04:57:55JdGordonwith pics if possible!
04:58:01[Saint]not if the bar drew its own background.
04:58:34[Saint]if it didn't, then, yes...probably.
04:58:56amayerJdGordon: ill make some pics
04:59:18[Saint]amayer: can you parse what I said above?
04:59:29[Saint]I mean, are we on the same page?
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05:00:40JdGordonwould it make it easier if the progressbar was something like images where you configure it, and then display it?
05:01:12amayer[Saint]: i think we are
05:01:13JdGordonand you'd configure all tags with one tag instead of 5 different tags doing the same thing
05:01:23[Saint]I don't hink so, I just need to be able to explain myself proper.y.
05:02:27amayersorry for the mess but look at the bottom progress bar
05:02:29amayerhttp://ubuntuone.com/3FnSFJlFc4q6UApJjJ3LJ2
05:02:37[Saint]the magic to display 0-100% needs to be adjusted when a slider is present so it starts and ends at half slider width.
05:02:46amayerat 0% it over hangs the gray box that is the background
05:03:11amayerand at 100% it over hangs the other side
05:04:13amayer[Saint]: the way we are describing it the pointer for current position wouldnt be in the middle of the slider. it would have to more from one end to the other end of the slider
05:04:34JdGordonwhy dont you redraw the background so it looks correct?
05:05:14amayerbecause then the bar doesnt line up nice
05:05:42JdGordonhow should it look?
05:05:54[Saint]JdGordon: that's actually possible, but only if you're drawing the bar in the backdrop.
05:06:08[Saint]it wouldn;t work if the bar drew its own backdrop.
05:06:52amayerhttp://ubuntuone.com/7BpMyJAkHSKcYk302jGS1l
05:06:54amayerhere is 100%
05:07:09amayerif you moved the grey backdrop then there would be grey on the end of the red
05:07:36JdGordonyou're ysing a bad slider image and backdrop combo
05:07:53JdGordonthe slider image needs to be designed to look correct at 0 and 100...
05:08:03amayerbut it cant
05:08:23JdGordoncourse it can
05:08:24amayerbecause the slider will always overhang the bar
05:08:34[Saint]It can, I just need to explain myself properly and I don't know how.
05:08:46[Saint]I'm trying to draw it in gimp now.
05:09:15amayerat 0% the slider is positioned at:
05:09:17amayer0 - (slider_width/2)
05:09:19amayerso in this case it is positioned at -4
05:09:46JdGordonamayer: make your slider image taller than the bar and it wont look wierd
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05:10:26[Saint]it'll still look weird because it will always overhang the bar's upper/lower bounds
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05:10:38[Saint]unless I manage to explain myself.
05:11:20amayerwhat [Saint] is saying is that the slider shouldnt leave the backdrop and progress area
05:11:28JdGordonyou've never seen a stereo IRL with a slider like that that overhangs on all 4 sides?
05:12:06JdGordonI can probably do it so the slider is bounded correctly
05:12:07amayeryes
05:12:23JdGordonis that what is wanted?
05:12:27amayer*facepalm* thats what we are asking
05:13:34amayerif the bar is 100 px we want the slider to stay in that 100px
05:13:47JdGordonbut the bar itself?
05:13:52amayernot 100px +/- half its width
05:14:27amayerthat is where it could get tricky
05:14:29amayerif the user has a round slider that has transparent bits the bar will show infront of it
05:16:34amayerJdGordon: are you understanding what we are saying now?
05:16:36amayer(not that anyone is right or wrong)
05:17:25JdGordonthe code shouldnt allow the slider outside the bars rectangle
05:17:35JdGordonit shrinks the bar so it will fit
05:19:33amayerlets say the slider is 10px
05:19:35amayerright now the slider starts at -5px(relative to the bar) and ends at (bar_width - 5) which is 5px over the end of the bar
05:20:05JdGordonthe whole bars rectangle will still be what you specified
05:20:14[Saint]ok, here we go, this is what I've been trying to say: http://imgur.com/e0EYt
05:20:35[Saint]and yes, I did delight in making this look crappy.
05:21:26[Saint]so, when a slider is specified, the 0-100% range starts and ends at half slider_width.
05:21:43[Saint]this should behave the same, and look right.
05:21:52[Saint]and not need any new syntax.
05:21:52JdGordonthats whats the code does
05:22:02[Saint]no, it's really not.
05:22:24amayerJdGordon: did you see where the slider hung over the sides in my images?
05:22:42[Saint]amayer: seeing that, are we on the same page?
05:23:16amayeryes
05:23:22[Saint]woo!
05:23:43amayerbut yours is based on the center mine is based on the left
05:24:15[Saint]unsurprisingly, I think may way is better :P
05:24:19[Saint]*my
05:24:34amayerat 0% slider should be at 0px
05:24:36amayerat 100% slider should be at (bar_width - slider_width)
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05:25:32JdGordonok... this is what the code does... x and width both come untouched from the wps code...
05:25:33amayer[Saint]: im coming from a drawing point of view
05:25:35amayeri think you are coming from a song position pointer point of view
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05:25:58JdGordon1) if a slider is there, width -= slider_width, x += slider_widht/2
05:26:04[Saint]amayer: I think my way caters for both.
05:26:20JdGordon2) if there is a backdrop, draw it but using the new width and x values
05:26:25JdGordonis *that* the problem?
05:26:28JdGordonpart 2?
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05:27:06JdGordon[Saint]: is your image what it should look like? or what it does look like?
05:27:19[Saint]what it should look/behave like.
05:27:33amayerhis image shows where the slider should be at 0%
05:27:36[Saint]currently, the slider overhangs the bar at 0/100&
05:27:55amayerbut it should actually be touching the side
05:28:15amayeras opposed to current way that overhangs the side
05:29:52JdGordonim confused... if you declrae the bar with width=100, do you want the background image to be 100px or 100-(slider/2)?
05:30:16amayerbar = 100px
05:30:16JdGordon(part one of my confusino ^ )
05:30:18amayerbackground = 100px
05:30:52amayerslider_pos = (starts at 0px)
05:31:06[Saint]but the 0-100% should be calculated from slider_width/2 to bar_width -slider_width
05:31:17JdGordonamayer: apps/gui/skin_engine/skin_display.c from line 204... i think this will just be easier if you modify and push a patch :)
05:32:29JdGordon[Saint]: uh... OH...
05:32:33*[Saint] cries at not being able to accurately describe the desired behaviour.
05:32:45[Saint]oh, was that a "click"?
05:32:54JdGordon... possibly...
05:33:20amayerwe dont want to shrink that bar at all
05:34:25amayerJdGordon: if you dont get it i will look at the code tomorrow... but its 11:33 here and i have to be at the gym in 5 hours(way to tired to look at unfamiliar code)
05:34:41amayer11:33pm
05:38:08amayerJdGordon: i think if we just took out all that code(204-221) that it would acheive what we want
05:38:41amayerdont quote me on that tho
05:47:29[Saint]ahhhhh, crap. can someone give the forum a nudge for me please?
05:47:31amayerJdGordon: http://ubuntuone.com/1u0ckJus49XEyt0upjndZ2
05:48:00amayer[Saint]: ^
05:49:29[Saint]yes, that's the one (though, I think my picture was cooler :p)
05:49:42[Saint]straight lines...pah!
05:49:48amayer[Saint]: yeah right. i got skillz
05:49:58amayermine has color
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05:55:35amayer*wakes up in a puddle of drool*
05:55:37amayeri think its time for me to go to sleep
05:55:39amayerill check back on this tomorrow
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05:59:47[Saint]Hmmmm...forums are down?
05:59:59JdGordonyou broke them!
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06:00:08[Saint]apparently I did...
06:01:17JdGordon63 guests
06:02:02[Saint]downforeveryone/isup.me report it as downed.
06:02:12JdGordonits up, just insanely slow
06:02:14JdGordonscorche:
06:02:30*scorche looks
06:03:03[Saint]Even though I didn't do anything other than post...I hope I *didn't* break it :-S
06:03:27scorchewell, the server/apache/mysql is certainly doing fine - i am working on another project on it right now...
06:03:36[Saint]s/post/my usual post; edit; post/
06:03:47scorchejust the forums seems to be haivng issues...
06:04:29scorcheseems to be working fine for me now...
06:04:42*[Saint] checks
06:04:54JdGordonnow its better
06:04:55[Saint]Oh, there we go. Odd.
06:05:33*scorche shrugs
06:06:02JdGordon[Saint]: hmm, i dont like your answer :) but i tinhk its because my explanation needs work
06:07:18[Saint]I was trying to point out that if you're going to be making files that are specific to one theme, and one theme only, that you may as well just edit the .wps directly.
06:07:38[Saint]which is exactly what this is supposed to be avoiding.
06:08:22[Saint]I wasn't saying that the user should do this...oh no.
06:16:07JdGordonand its slow again
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08:15:47amiconn[Saint]: Some other targets LCD also do, but the Clips are different in that they have an OLED display
08:19:24*[Saint] isn't sure what the OLED has to do with it in particular.
08:21:01[Saint]Are they especially prone to causing interference?
08:21:04[Saint]amiconn: ^
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08:25:04amiconnAn OLED display needs significant power for the display contents itself, unlike an LCD. So its inverters have to transfer much higher currents, and those currents fluctuate during internal refresh (bright vs. dark pixels)
08:25:50[Saint]I suppose the greylib trickery we do doesn't help with this?
08:25:50amiconnAnd transient currents cause interference
08:26:40[Saint]as (iiuc) we're *rapidly* blinking these pixels to make the color effects (shades) that we do, correct?
08:27:10amiconnThe greylib has nothing to do with this, because it's not active during recording. It can't, since it's plugin only
08:28:04[Saint]Oh, sorry again, something from the earlier discussion made me think that there was interference present outside of recording also.
08:28:27[Saint](but that it was particularly notable during recording)
08:28:31amiconnThe pixels are quickly switched *by the display*, as is the case with every passive matrix display
08:29:20amiconnBut in LCDs, the currents are almost neglectible (well, almost - on the 1st and 2nd Gen iPods LCDs you can see that they aren't completely neglectible)
08:30:54amiconnThe case with interference on refresh on some targets is not caused by the transient currents within the displayitself , but in the data lines moving the data
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08:33:13*yuriks hears interference (high pitched whine) when the display is on on his Clip+, if that's under debate
08:35:32amiconnDuring playback?
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08:41:36Buschelthe nano 2g's display also whines when switched on. rockbox lowers the supply voltage a bit, then it vanishes
08:43:15amiconnIs this the display itself or the backlight?
08:43:25[Saint]display
08:43:41[Saint]one possibly LCD variant is WAY worse than the others, also.
08:44:00[Saint]*possible
08:44:01Buschellet me check
08:44:54Buschelit's the display
08:44:58[Saint]the backlight definitely worsens the whining noise, but (for me at least) it can still happen when the backlight isn't enabled at all.
08:45:33[Saint]Buschel: what LCD type is that?
08:45:45[Saint](should be present in the debug screen somewhere)
08:46:17[Saint]settings - debug - view HW info
08:47:58Buscheljust checked -> type 1, (7) LDS176
08:48:25[Saint]Ah, yes. Believe it or not, that's a "quiet" display :)
08:48:45Buschelthen my hearing still seems to be quite well :)
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09:28:24JdGordon[Saint]: have yoy got a wps with the broken slider bar?
09:42:37JdGordonwhy do we have 25 wps' :'(
09:43:40[Saint]for some added fun, look for the number of files that have been needlessly reporduced.
09:44:25[Saint]the *exact* same files, renamed just so that they could be foo.240x320.bmp
09:44:40[Saint]instead of foo.320x480.bmp, etc.
09:44:48[Saint]and no, I don't, sorry.
09:45:18JdGordonoh this is lovely.... seems cabbie uses %ac when there is no AA, and %al when there is :/
09:45:35[Saint]Yep.
09:45:41JdGordoni tihnk i need to push the alignment through the viewport then
09:45:57[Saint]...wha?
09:46:15[Saint]Oh, right.
09:46:20JdGordonthat is something which should be up to the themer, not user
09:46:37JdGordonif i can figure out how to cleanly do that
09:48:08[Saint]Just wait til you discover that there's several cabies that don't even use viewports, and that predate alignment tags.
09:48:49[Saint]I *really* want charcell/hwcodec to be forked, as that would mean I didn't have to clean them up...
09:49:04[Saint]I've been avaoiding it, as it is a REAL pain in the ass to do.
09:50:23[Saint]I know that seems a touchy subject...but, I'm really beyond caring.
09:50:44[Saint]they're a burden, basically.
09:53:47[Saint]I understand that wodz wouldn't mind this happening either, and I know you and kugel are both pretty supportive of it.
09:54:05[Saint](and, that's saying something...the three of us really agree on anything! :P)
09:54:18[Saint]s/really/rarely/
09:55:38JdGordonhwcodec doesnt really change anything here though
09:56:19[Saint]the hwcodes cabbies are old and neglected, they can go :P
09:57:23JdGordonif they dont *need* viewports then they can stay as is
09:58:12[Saint]that makes it a pain in the ass to do some of the things that I'd like to do.
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10:09:08JdGordonarg, would it ever really make sense to have a few lines left aligned and some centered in the same viewport?
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10:16:13[Saint]I've seen it done, yes.
10:16:40[Saint]Does it make sense? Debatable. Will/do people do so? Yes.
10:17:55*JdGordon will be stern with any users who complain about this then :p
10:18:50[Saint]they would just need to (admittedly, this would be fucking annoying) split the lines that need different alignment out.
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11:01:22JdGordon[Saint]: got it working, users can still overwrite the alignement if they want
11:01:45JdGordonand it is set with %iu(l) (or c, r and is always with lang directoin)
11:05:30*pixelma wonders what [Saint]'s problem with the hwcodec cabbies is (except that they are old and use syntax of their time=
11:06:12pixelmawell, should also be *one* wps only
11:07:02[Saint]pixelma: I don't have a problem with it, per se, just that it is difficult to re-write them and keep the original alignment.
11:07:34[Saint]it's not just a quick update of the syntax, but rather a full re-write, and I guarantee that someone will take issue if I update some cabbies and leave others.
11:07:47pixelmathat's one wps less out of how many?
11:08:14[Saint]In truth, I thought there was more than one. Sorry.
11:08:26pixelma*maybe* I'd help out if I find the time, if it's only this one
11:08:48pixelmaor other monochrome ones for that matter
11:09:15[Saint]If I need images made, you'll be the first person I poke.
11:09:26pixelmaor greyscale. But I also haven't seen your code yet, don't know where you want to go
11:09:30[Saint]you have a gift for creating nice looking greyscale icons.
11:10:05[Saint]I'm trying not to change anything, really. I don't want the physical appearance to change at all.
11:10:24[Saint]except of course for the cases where new features are being added, but, that will come later.
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11:10:56[Saint]new feature(s) == (at least) showing the volume in digits while changing volume
11:11:38[Saint]also, fwiw, there's non-hwcodec/charcell targets that I would like to see die in a fire too ;)
11:12:28[Saint]the mrobe and D2 cabbies are in pretty bad shape as well.
11:12:36*JdGordon finds another case in cabbie this doesnt work with
11:12:39pixelmaunderstood, but how do you want the code to look like more exactly? (maybe show an example)
11:12:46JdGordonalternating one line next track infos :/
11:13:08[Saint]why doesn't that work?
11:13:18[Saint]also, that is dotted throughout a LOT of cabbies...
11:13:29pixelma[Saint]: I asked last week - which m:robe do you mean: 100 or 500? That's quite a difference... ;)
11:13:42JdGordon[Saint]: 112x64x1.wps
11:13:58[Saint]JdGordon: there's way more than that.
11:14:03JdGordonit does <info>;<progress>;<info>;etc
11:14:14[Saint]there's a LOT of them that do this alternating one-line next track info.
11:14:34[Saint]Ohhhhh....it alternates with a progress bar?
11:14:39[Saint]hehe...that's, nice.
11:14:59pixelmahmm, can't remember that
11:15:41pixelmaah,
11:16:47JdGordonis this a case to just ignore?
11:16:55[Saint]Hmmmm...wait, it does?
11:17:03[Saint]shit, I need a clean tree to look at.
11:17:08[Saint]mine doesn't seem to do this.
11:17:37pixelma I remember it using same sublines to force refresh of nextrack metadata as on hwcodec those won't be there until part of the next track is loaded
11:17:40JdGordon%t(5)%ac%s%?Fn<%Sx(Next:) %?It<%It|%Fn>|%ac%?Sr<%pe %Sx(of) %pp|%pp %Sx(of) %pe>>%;%t(5)%ac%s%?Fn<%Sx(Next:) %?Ia<%Ia|%Fn>|%ac%?Sr<%pe %Sx(of) %pp|%pp %Sx(of) %pe>>
11:19:27pixelma%pp etc. is not progress but play time info
11:19:30[Saint]why. so. many. alignment. tags.
11:20:38pixelmaone is the playtime, playlist (position) info line, the other is the (centered) next track info
11:20:57pixelmaand before viewports
11:21:44[Saint]well...shit. I've accidentally cut that out of the version I'm working on.
11:21:46pixelmaand as I said, same sublines twice, to force the refresh
11:22:13[Saint]that shouldn't be needed anymore since ages, iiuc.
11:22:18JdGordonit isnt.. its %Ia and %It so i cant do what i want
11:22:48pixelma[Saint]: in theory maybe, not on hwcodec (yes, pitty I have to say it this time)
11:23:17*[Saint] sees a few places where he has fucked up royally.
11:23:19[Saint]uuuuuurgh.
11:23:31[Saint]shit shit shit.
11:23:35JdGordonhehe
11:23:38pixelmaand you can't see it in a sim as the sim doesn't have the playback buffer restraints and doesn't simulate it close enough
11:23:48*[Saint] nods
11:23:56pixelma"it" metadata display in the WPS
11:25:09[Saint]Ahhhh, to hell with this.
11:25:39*[Saint] is really bloody demotivated at this point
11:26:22[Saint]being the only person that seems to care about cabbie as a teaching tool is doing my head in.
11:26:23JdGordonnoooo!
11:27:01[Saint]I'm likely not, but, I seem to be the only one with the time (now..there's a joke and a half) or the inclination to do something about it.
11:27:26[Saint]consequently, I bite off more than I can chew, and burn myself out.
11:27:42JdGordonsmall chunks!
11:27:59pixelmais your work available somewhere?
11:29:04[Saint]not presently, I've been trying to find the time to sort my tree out for a few days, but it looks like I'll be stashing the work I have available presently and starting clean.
11:29:28[Saint]I will certainly ping you once it is in a public repo, as I need your input for the greyscale targets.
11:29:41JdGordondo one target at a time!
11:29:50[Saint](and, all the other targets too...really)
11:31:09*[Saint] may not make it known as he should, but really values pixelma's input
11:32:03pixelmaby the way, the way to force the refresh *should* probably not be needed, but I don't think the underlying problem has been fixed and that hack always worked
11:32:49[Saint]Yes, that's a perfect example. You know these targets and their flaws/merits more than I. I know only the recent/color targets and app targets.
11:33:19[Saint]Had you not reminded me of this refresh issue, I would have considered it a legacy or oversight (I actually did) and cut it out.
11:34:29pixelmaI'd much prefer if that hack wasn't needed anymore
11:34:52pixelmaunfortunately I lack the skills to fix it
11:34:58[Saint]I'll be re-doing the bulk of this stuff tomorrow afternoon/evening, and (as JdGordon and many others don't really want me to shit out a review with 25 cabbie wps/sbs/fms all at once) doing it one at a time.
11:35:22[Saint]You'll be on my list of people to request reviews from, if that is ok with you?
11:35:47[Saint](don't see why not, but it pays to ask...I'm not sure if you have time, etc.)
11:36:37pixelmayes, that's ok. And if it helps to relax the atmosphere about the hwcodec one... :)
11:38:02pixelmadon't have much time myself though and quite a few other things on my plate too (even the "hobby project" plate)
11:39:20[Saint]here's my rough plan of action: 1 - update syntax, comment code, unify code; 2 - strip icon/bar backdrops from the main backdrop and "viewportify" individual theme elements for the eventuality that they may one day be able to be aligned automagically; 3 - introduce an anti-aliased font for all that can display it and stop this silliness with building the fonts on-demand
11:39:37[Saint]3 is a possibly contentious issue.
11:41:04[Saint]Having all cabbies use GNU Unifont is something that I feel pretty strongly about.
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11:41:35[Saint]Is it an ugly font? Hell yes. Does it "just work" with all the langs we support? Yes.
11:44:22[Saint]pixelma: here's an example of what I want them to look like: http://pastebin.com/zNwTTQ4Z
11:44:29[Saint]re: code
11:44:55[Saint](I still havent changed the identifiers to alphabetize them, but...meh)
11:46:32[Saint]I also want to change all the volume images with bars where possible/appropriate
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12:04:06pixelma[Saint]: thanks, I'll have a look later
12:05:35pixelmahow does the volume bar deal with positive gain values, does it need another bar or so?
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12:09:08[Saint]pixelma: it...well, it doesn't.
12:09:35[Saint]which is why it needs to be combined with showing the volume in dB when changing volume.
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12:10:20[Saint]volume bars just scale from min_volume to max_volume, where max_volume == "maximum possible" and not 0dB
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12:11:09[Saint]I _could_ do two volume bars, and swap them out conditionally.
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12:11:53[Saint]One for min_volume to 0dB, and the other for 0dB+
12:12:56[Saint]...that seems kinda ugly, but, afaik it is the only solution to be able to show a visual indication that the volume has exceeded 0dB with the bar
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12:13:51[Saint](something along the lines of what the volume indicator does now, making it red for values that will almost certainly clip {0dB+})
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14:01:42wodzI have almost working gif plugin for imageviewer based on giflib :-) There is some glitch and some features of gif are not supported yet though
14:04:49wodzhmm, the glitch is caused by compiler optimization apparently as with -O0 images are decoded correctly :/
14:06:41wodzyeah, -Os breaks the decoder
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14:13:44pamaurywodz: which target ?
14:14:35wodzsim
14:15:37wodzpamaury: glancing at your nwz tools - is sony so stupid to allow key download off device?
14:16:05pamauryyeah :) but you need to disassemble the code on the device to find out so it's fair enough in a way ^^
14:16:06wodzpamaury: btw EmmaMobile1 gonna be new beast :-)
14:17:04pamauryI had to dump the emmc on the PCB to figure that out, it was exactly easy but I'm glad I did. However it has no recovery feature so I still don't know how I will do the port yet
14:18:48wodzpamaury: If underlaying OS is capable RaaA will be 10000 times faster
14:19:00pamauryit's linux
14:19:13wodzI mean with properly written drivers
14:19:14pamauryso yeah, I'm thinking about it
14:19:32pamauryI can't tell for this ^^
14:20:03wodzthe question is if they have proper alsa driver, freq scaling and so on
14:20:17wodzDon't they provide sources?
14:20:40pamaurythere is the code for linux but some drivers are proprietary
14:20:48wodzlovely
14:21:51wodzI am not quite sure what to do with animated gifs. They don't quite fit imageviewer architecture
14:22:39pamauryall the important stuff is in linux however. The proprietary stuff is about crypto, keys, mtp/msc, radio, cpufreq, and some of them which I don't understand
14:23:12pamauryand some of the ioctl are available in the linux headers and the drivers still have some symbols so the situation is not that bad
14:23:24pamauryhowever the usb driver is crap
14:24:20pamauryI'm unsure about the graphic driver
14:24:27pamauryprobably linux fb
14:27:00pamauryhow does RaaA work w.r.t to the c library and the kernel ? you need the headers and the library ?
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14:28:30pamauryis the toolchain specific to this particular setup or can it work for any linux ?
14:29:26wodzyou build static exec AFAIK so it should be universal
14:32:52pamauryI really thinking about RaaA, because the whole booting procedure is complicated and error prone and terribly difficult to fix if you get it wrong
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15:20:02laenHey all, i was just wondering (because all i have is rather old data).. is the difference in audio between a non-Rockboxed and Rockboxed Clip+ still this big w/ the latest Rockbox firmware, or have there been SQ improvements?
15:20:08laenTalking about: http://rmaa.elektrokrishna.com/Temp/Clip%2B%20Rockbox%20HQ%20Patch%2065%20Ohm%20incl%200x1B.htm
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15:50:15amayerscorche: ping
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16:12:11scorcheamayer: pong for 5-ish minutes before i head to work...
16:13:16amayeri was just wonering if you got a chance to pull the updates to the server yet
16:14:09scorchesend me an email and i will try to tonight
16:14:23amayerscorche: sounds good
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18:00:08saratogalaen: those plots you linked are testing which volume levels will overdrive the amp, they don't tell anything about quality
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20:20:47funmanany other tool than audacity could be useful to work on AMSv2 recording?
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20:54:32laensaratoga: the distortion and cutoff is what i'm worried about
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20:57:11saratogalaen: thats just a test of what happens when you overdrive the amp
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20:57:23saratogayou get distortion because the amp is overdriven
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20:57:46saratogabasically that test was run to figure out what the max level of the amp is (that is how many mV can it put out before it clips)
20:58:55laensaratoga: why is there a HQ version, then, i don't quite get it.
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21:00:00saratogafigure out who did the test and ask them
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21:01:38saratogaoh thats one of dfkt's tests, its probably just some different patches when we were writing the audio driver
21:01:55saratogaor fixing it rather
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21:50:02kugelpamaury: raaa sounds workable. if you have any question go ahead
21:50:31pamaurycurrently I don't have, I want to have a proof of concept that the update procedure works. Then I'll have plenty I think ^^
21:53:39kugelthe ypr0 tool chain is pretty ypr0 centric as far as kernel/libc _versions_ are concerned, however the upstream tar balls are used iirc
21:53:53kugel+to build it
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21:54:27kugelgeneralizing it would be good
21:58:44pamaurywhat do you for the display/screen ?
21:58:46pamaury*use
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22:00:39bluebrother^[Saint]: I have an Archos Ondio FM. In case you need someone to give Cabbie a try on it feel free to ping me. I'm rather busy these days though.
22:00:57bluebrother^so don't expect me to be able to test it immediately :)
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