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Subject: Re: miipekk: apps playback.c,1.132,1.133

Re: miipekk: apps playback.c,1.132,1.133

From: Rocker <rocker_at_shaw.ca>
Date: 2005-07-31

I would suggest to
generate an 'error sound' (a beep?) in case that a file in a playlist could
not be opened and played. This would remind the user to cleanup his
playlist.

I like this idea from a blind users perspective...rocker

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jürgen Hestermann" <juergen.hestermann@gmx.de>
To: "Rockbox development" <rockbox@cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 2:11 AM
Subject: Re: miipekk: apps playback.c,1.132,1.133

>> > (why anybody would like to have a file on the playlist that does not
>> > exist?)
>> I realize I should've asked this at first, but somehow I didn't: this
>> deletion
>> of a file in the playlist, is this done in memory only? If so, I don't
>> mind.
>
> I also would not like a change in a playlist *file* on disk.
>
> But this whole topic lets me think of how a 'corrupt' file entry
> should be treated in general:
>
> It already happened often to me that I renamed a file on the player so
> that the corresponding entry in a playlist got faulty (which I didn't
> think of).
> Now what happens if this playlist is played? Am I reminded that some files
> could not be found? If not, I may miss these files for a long time. I may
> never realize that my 'favourite' playlist is incomplete. I would suggest
> to
> generate an 'error sound' (a beep?) in case that a file in a playlist
> could
> not be opened and played. This would remind the user to cleanup his
> playlist.
>
> Jürgen Hestermann.
>
>
>
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