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Subject: Re: Blind user has Rock Box Questions

Re: Blind user has Rock Box Questions

From: Sarai D. Bucciarelli <>
Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2006 10:48:18 -0600

Thanks! That helps. Do you have to create the playlists in the
same folder as the music files? I'm glad you told me the DB
doesn't work with MP 3 clips. Wonder if that will be included in
a RB release?

> ----- Original Message -----
>From: Woody Anna Dresner <
>To: Rockbox <
>Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2006 00:24:40 -1000
>Subject: Re: Blind user has Rock Box Questions

>Hi Sarai,

>It's late, so I'll just answer a couple (I don't know the answers
>all of them anyway) of your questions.

>You turn the player on by holding the top button. You only need
>add the middle one if you need to reset or switch back to Rockbox
>after using the Apple firmware. Hold down the bottom of the
>for four seconds to turn it off. That's how it works on the
Nano; it
>might be a bit different with the Video.

>You can check battery status and the time by going to the main
>choosing Info, then Rockbox Info. I'm not sure how you set the
time, though.

>You can switch back and forth between the file browser and
>at any time. I haven't used the database because it doesn't work
>with the MP3 clips; I think it spells everything.

>When you open a folder and play a track, a playlist of all the
>in that folder is automatically created. So if they're all the
>tracks from an album, and they're numbered in order, the entire
>will play in order. When you switch to a different folder, the
>playlist is discarded and one is created for the new folder. You
>create other playlists if you want and can save them, but you
don't have to.

Received on 2006-12-31

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