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Subject: Re: Request for numbered directory list
From: Eugenio Perea (eugenio_at_perea.com)
Date: 2003-07-09


Do yourself a favor and use The Rename
http://www.herve-thouzard.com/therename.phtml
to add sequential numbering to your filenames.

Cheers,

Eugenio Perea

stevem_at_gator.net wrote:
> That is a good question. The reason is that the mp3 files I have loaded
> weren't named by me; I have 19 CDs of mp3 lecture and music files which
> I've loaded to my ajb 20. They didn't come with numbered prefixes in the
> names, although that would have been nice.
>
> I've loaded the contents of each CD into its own directory on the Archos.
> There are 90-some files in each directory. Without a sequential numbering
> of some sort, it's kind of hard to know how far I've gotten in a directory
> when I return to it to pick up where I left off after going somewhere else
> in my little Archos universe.
>
> Believe me, this is a very minor annoyance. I love this little gadget! But
> it would be nice if there was an option to sequentially number the items
> in a directory list - without having to modify the filenames.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Steve
>
>
>>Sorry for the last post.
>>
>>Steve,
>>any reason you don't prependm ypur file names with the track number,
>>e.g.: 01- Foo -- Symphony #3, Bar - PDQ Bach.mp3
>>
>>
>>Quoting stevem_at_gator.net:
>>
>>
>>>In the window that displays the directory list (toggled using the 'on'
>>>button), is there a way that each item in the directory can be
>>>numbered? (1), 2), 3), etc.)
>>>
>>>This would really help as a visual aid to return after some time to a
>>>particular file in a directory that has a lot of files.
>>>
>>>Steve
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>hi !
>>>>
>>>>>One more lesser question: Is it alright to charge the batteries
>>>
>>>outside of the ajb?
>>>
>>>>if your external charger is a "advanced" one (i.e. it charges your
>>>
>>>cells independently in 4 slots) it is even BETTER to use that for
>>>charging, because it will charge you cells more "thoroughly". your
>>>cells will live longer with that, too (that`s for sure!).
>>>
>>>>charging 4 cells in "serial" never is the optimal way.
>>>>even though it is not the "cheapest one" i would recommend a good
>>>
>>>charger like this one:
>>>http://www.thomas-distributing.com/mhc401fs.htm
>>>
>>>>>They are a tight fit under those rubber
>>>>>bumpers and I'm afraid I'm going to damage something by repeatedly
>>>
>>>inserting and removing them.
>>>
>>>>thats another point of view :) you should do this carfully. but - if
>>>
>>>something really gets damaged, it should be easily fixable by
>>>someone with some technical skills.
>>>
>>>>regards
>>>>roland
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>----- Original Message -----
>>>>From: "Steve McGlinn" <stevem_at_gator.net>
>>>>To: <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
>>>>Sent: Wednesday, July 09, 2003 6:54 AM
>>>>Subject: NIMH 2200 ma batteries
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>Hi!
>>>>>
>>>>>I purchased a set of Powerex 2200 maH NIMH batteries for use in my
>>>
>>>ajb recorder 20. I also got the external charger, which Powerex
>>>boasts has "a unique charging alogorithm that allows the batteries
>>>to accept a more complete charge," yada yada yada....
>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>Here's my question: Since these are 2200maH batteries, and my ajb
>>>
>>>recorder 20 shipped with 1500 maH batteries, will the ajb charger
>>>fully charge these batteries, or will they be charged only to the
>>>capacity of 1500 mah batteries?
>>>
>>>>>One more lesser question: Is it alright to charge the batteries
>>>
>>>outside of the ajb? I ask this because I find that getting the
>>>batteries in and out of the ajb is extremely awkward. They are a
>>>tight fit under those rubber bumpers and I'm afraid I'm going to
>>>damage something by repeatedly inserting and removing them.
>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>thanks!
>>>>>
>>>>>Steve
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>--
>>Archos FM has a Rockbox!
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