Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: NEWKEYS v2
From: Kjell Ericson (Kjell.Ericson_at_haxx.se)
On Sun, 24 Aug 2003, c s wrote:
> I say that cancel should be eliminated rather than overloaded onto the same
I made the cancel function because I think pressing "stop" for accepting a
> With the way it is overloaded now, I would be willing to bet that there is
Wouldn't those 90% ever learn and then make the the odds equal?
Why make it impossible for those 10% of times you want to cancel?
> After changing a setting, that change must be confirmed by pressing the play
Don't you press "OK" in you window dialogues? Don't you hate it if they
I say the settings buttons are logic.
> Then ON, ON, STOP could be cancel...
Uhuu, are you really serious that this should be a logic thing and user
I want the cancel, I think the stop-button is the only logic way to cancel
I have been testing settings (in Rockbox and other systems) and found that
> so when the user intuitively uses the key that is used everywhere else to
Just see it that you haven't reached the last level in the settings menu. When
> In other words you have a hidden cancel function overloaded onto a button
I think you just need to redefine the way you look at it.
If we have different behaviours then I agree it is unlogic, but the settings
If many users are confused then it would be friendlier for everyone to add a
Be my guest, the source is free.
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