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Subject: Re: list of players that take rock box, Issue 61

Re: list of players that take rock box, Issue 61

From: Keith Bundy <>
Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2007 10:41:44 -0600

Is there any chance that Rockbox will eventually work with the Ipod second
generation Nano? Is this in the works? Thank you.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Linus Nielsen Feltzing" <>
To: <>; "Rockbox" <>
Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2007 3:52 AM
Subject: Re: list of players that take rock box, Issue 61

> wrote:
>> Hi i am still unddsided which player to get that morks
>> with rockbox i want a player that has loads of space amd
>> can play divix files and has a large screen if pepople on
>> the list have amy ideas get back me at my usal email
>> address alex
> Mr Alex,
> PLEASE take the time to at least READ the very email you replied to!!!!!
> I'll help you by quoting it for you, and also help you out by removing
> some parts that don't apply to you in this case.
>> 2. Sending a new message to the list. DO NOT reply to an existing
>> message as a short-cut to post a message to the lists. Email is not a
>> disjunct set of messages, but is threaded, and mailing lists use this
>> feature to provide a coherent archive. Many email clients also group
>> messages into a thread. When ever you hit the "Reply" button, it adds
>> information to your outgoing email that tells the rest of the world
>> that it is a reply to that message.
> Strike one.
>> If you are including the original message in your reply, always edit
>> the message such that it only quotes the sections which are relevant
>> to your reply. Don't just quote the whole of the message to which
>> you're replying.
> Strike two.
>> If you reply to a message, don't use top-posting. Top-posting is when
>> you write the new text at the top of a mail and you insert the
>> previous quoted mail conversation below.
> Strike three.
> In the future, please try to follow our guidelines.........
> Now to your question. Rockbox can't play DivX files on any platform, you
> would have to convert them first.And even then, the movie playback in
> Rockbox is not yet fully functional. Rockbox is primarily an audio player
> firmware.
> We will probably solve these issues soonish, and then I think I could
> recommend a Gigabeat.
> Linus
Received on 2007-01-20

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