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Subject: Re: Combining two directories into one?

Re: Combining two directories into one?

From: Steph yahoo via rockbox <>
Date: Fri, 08 Apr 2016 16:17:27 +0200

Tshaw !!
Envoyé de mon aPhone
>> Just re-posting in the hope that someone can help.
>> I have been using my Sansa Clip+ for some time (more than three
>> with no problems.  Previously the database had some 650 tracks, 420
>> the player and 230 on the 32GB microSDHC (these are larger tracks).
>> I...have re-initialised the database.  It found 680 files -  what I 
>> expected.  But when I go to Resume Playback, I see that the total
>> number is only 420.
>Resume Playback returns you to the last playlist.  New tracks aren't
The last playlist, wether a "current pl" (automatically created by selecting/playing a music file in a given directory) OR a saved playlist (opened/played by selecting it in a given directory) can be saved with all added tracks
>> If I go to Files and open a file on my 32GB drive, then  I can play
>> the files on this drive - the remaining 260 - randomly.
>That's the way it's supposed to work.  Each directory comprises a
>playlist.  Once a dynamic playlist is initialized by starting playback
>a given directory, it's up to you to add other playlists (including 
>directories) to it if that's what you want.
>So, you might start the ball rolling by playing something on internal 
>storage.  Then, long press <microSD1> (or whatever the SD mountpoint is
>called), select Current Playlist, and select one of the insert or queue
>I presume you could accomplish the same thing via the database (maybe
>something like "play all tracks").  I've never actually used the
>as Rockbox doesn't require it and neither do I.
I never use the database either because when it becomes really big, there is no player that browses quickly enough through it (smartphones using rb as an app might if it was developped up to an officially "supported" version OR maybe those with multiple core processor, but none of mine does)
Received on 2016-04-08

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