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Subject: Re: fs #10336

Re: fs #10336

From: alex wallis <alexwallis646_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 18:12:55 +0100

> Hi Alex,
>
> I'm probably not going to get time to look at this before the 9th of
> August, but I'd very much like to see it committed as long as it doesn't
> break anything.
>
>> However, I think what would be good would be if your browsing in the
>> file browser particularly if you are using spelling of file or folder
>> names would
>> be that if you scroll to the beginning or end of a list by holding up or
>> down, as soon as you release the joystick spelling of the file or folder
>> name
>> is interrupted. I think this would be good because otherwise you have to
>> listen to a huge long name. Whereas if releasing the joystick cut the
>> speech off it means you don't have to put up with this information.
>
> If I understand you correctly, this should be a seperate patch.
> Personallly, I'd rather not interrupt the speech as I normally want to
> stop the list scrolling and then hear where I'm at in full.

but presumably if your holding down the joystick to go to the end or
beginning of a list of files or menus, you should already know where you
want to be and what you will hear.
the speech not interrupting isn't really an issue for menus, but I don't
want to hear a massive folder name if I know that's where I was aiming for
in the first place in the file browser, but of course mine is one oppinion,
so I say let the majority rule.
Received on 2009-07-29


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