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Subject: Re[2]: Rockbox starting up on iRiver H340

Re[2]: Rockbox starting up on iRiver H340

From: Arnaud <xcopy_at_club-internet.fr>
Date: 2006-06-04

interesting.

I'm wondering also if the Voice UI do not cause a problem if you enable crossfade or crossfeed

I don't remember which one, but I had some lock up of the h340 if I enable one of these when I stop playback , just when the speech should come again.

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On 04/06/2006 at 07:23 Rocker wrote:

>Jamie wrote:
>This isn't true for me. With resume on start-up disabled, speech works as
>soon as you make it play a speech clip, either by pressing menu or by
>navigating with voice directories/files enabled. The only problems I
>have are with resume on start-up enabled.
>The work around is to disable resume on start-up and just press play once
>you power on to resume. I know this adds an extra step to the start-up
>process, but it is not that difficult and is better than speech
>breaking. Nevertheless, I do think this needs to be fixed before 3.0.
>
>Confirmed on my IHP140.
>Set to bookmark on stop and load last bookmark and you have a interim work
>around for the resume on start-up. Agreed that this should be fixed prior
>to 3.0.
>
>Cheers...rocker
>
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "James Teh" <jamie@jantrid.net>
>To: "Rockbox" <rockbox@cool.haxx.se>
>Sent: Sunday, June 04, 2006 3:13 AM
>Subject: Re: Rockbox starting up on iRiver H340
>
>
>All of these are known bugs. Please see:
>http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SoftwareCodecPlayback
>
>Regarding this:
> > This is one of the problems and it is particularly a problem when
> > Rockbox is
> > installed for the first time, because at that point Rockbox is not set
>to
> > play a file at startup.
>This isn't true for me. With resume on startup disabled, speech works as
>soon as you make it play a speech clip, either by pressing menu or by
>navigating with voice directories/files enabled. The only problems I
>have are with resume on startup enabled.
>The work around is to disable resume on startup and just press play once
>you power on to resume. I know this adds an extra step to the startup
>process, but it is not that difficult and is better than speech
>breaking. Nevertheless, I do think this needs to be fixed before 3.0.
>
>Jamie
>
>
>
>Brian Hartgen wrote:
>> Hi
>>
>> I would like to bring to the Development team of Rockbox a problem which
>I
>> have now duplicated on several iRiver H340 machines, and I wonder if this
>> could please be fixed at some stage.
>>
>> STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
>>
>> 1. Power on the iRiver.
>> 2. If you have a file automatically play at startup, you will hear the
>> file.
>> 3. Press stop.
>> 4. Note that you get no speech at this point no matter which keys you
>> press.
>> This is one of the problems and it is particularly a problem when
>> Rockbox is
>> installed for the first time, because at that point Rockbox is not set to
>> play a file at startup.
>> 5. Press play. Note that speech immediately begins, either the file will
>> be
>> spelled or the MP3 clip played whichever is set.
>> 6. If you press stop again during the speaking of the MP3 clip or the
>> spelling of the folder or file name, the player will freeze and the reset
>> button needs to be pressed in order to correct the problem. If you
>listen
>> to the speech, then press stop, everything is OK.
>>
>> It would just be nice to have the speech be active right away when the
>> unit
>> is powered on.
>>
>> Thank you.
>>
>> Brian Hartgen
>>
>> MSN: brian@hartgen.org
>> SKYPE: brianhartgen
>> SKYPE IN UK: 0208-133-7186
>> SKYPE IN US: 213-985-3581
>>
>
>--
>James Teh
>Email: jamie@jantrid.net
>WWW: http://www.jantrid.net/jamie/
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>Yahoo: jcs_teh
Received on Sun Jun 4 20:47:15 2006


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