Flyspray:: http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/ Flyspray:: Rockbox: Recently closed tasks 2014-04-18T11:31:19Z FS#12973: %Vs(invert) partially fails with centered or right-aligned content http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12973 2014-04-18T11:31:19Z Guillaume Cocatre-Zilgien 1) %Vs(invert) correctly sets the background color from the start of the text to the end of the viewport (right of the text). However, it doesn't set the background to the left of the text, e.g. when the text is centered or aligned to the right. See attached screenshot. 2) %Vs(invert) doesn't work when it's on its own line. This partially works: %Vl(sbstitle,50,4,220,14,-) %Vs(invert)%ac%?Lt<%Lt|Rockbox> This doesn't work: %Vl(sbstitle,50,4,220,14,-) %Vs(invert) %ac%?Lt<%Lt|Rockbox> Tested with Build 35b4ba8.
2) %Vs(invert) doesn't work when it's on its own line.

This partially works:

%Vl(sbstitle,50,4,220,14,-)
%Vs(invert)%ac%?Lt<%Lt|Rockbox>

This doesn't work:

%Vl(sbstitle,50,4,220,14,-)
%Vs(invert)
%ac%?Lt<%Lt|Rockbox>

Tested with Build 35b4ba8.]]>
FS#12962: FM Radio Tuner for US - minor problem http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12962 2014-04-16T09:52:26Z Kevan In the FM radio, the US tuner needs a spot for 87.75 mHz. It stops at 87.9, but there are actually some radio stations that use the frequency 87.75, they&#039;re actually TV stations on channel 6 who&#039;s audio broadcasts on 87.75. Known examples are KFLZ in San Antonio TX, WLFM in Cleveland OH, KXKW in Lafayette, LA, and WGWG in Chicago IL. The Korea region setting has been helpful in getting around this but only to a certain extent, as it tunes to 87.70 and not 87.75. The only way I know of to listen to one of these stations without audio problems is to switch to Italy or Other, where I can fine-tune 87.75 FM. The Korea region setting has been helpful in getting around this but only to a certain extent, as it tunes to 87.70 and not 87.75. The only way I know of to listen to one of these stations without audio problems is to switch to Italy or Other, where I can fine-tune 87.75 FM.]]> FS#12972: The Compresser needs more flexability http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12972 2014-04-14T03:39:56Z Kevan This is more of a feature request. The compresser built into Rockbox needs a little more flexibility. I&#039;d like to normalize the sound. By this, I mean raise up the quiet parts of music without it sounding too distorted and compressed. Can you guys allow the release time to be set longer than 1000 Ms? With the ratio all the way up and the threshold at a reasonable level, I believe I can normalize it with a longer release time (3000 or 5000). The current longest time just makes it sound way overcompressed if I&#039;m not careful. The compresser built into Rockbox needs a little more flexibility. I'd like to normalize the sound. By this, I mean raise up the quiet parts of music without it sounding too distorted and compressed. Can you guys allow the release time to be set longer than 1000 Ms? With the ratio all the way up and the threshold at a reasonable level, I believe I can normalize it with a longer release time (3000 or 5000). The current longest time just makes it sound way overcompressed if I'm not careful.]]> FS#12659: RBUtilqt: Lets devices be detected on Mac OS X http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12659 2014-04-03T18:57:56Z Eric Le Lay I&#039;m on Mac OSX 10.6.8. Before these patches I was not able to use Rockbox Utility to install Rockbox on my Sansa Clip+. It seems to be because the code uses an API not available on 10.6. I&#039;m attaching the patches in hope that it will lead to a proper solution (I&#039;ve just overriden calls with the new calls, but this makes the utility incompatible with Mac OS X 10.4 ; there must be a way using conditional preprocessor sections). Before these patches I was not able to use Rockbox Utility to install Rockbox on my Sansa Clip+.
It seems to be because the code uses an API not available on 10.6.
I'm attaching the patches in hope that it will lead to a proper solution (I've just overriden calls with the new calls, but this makes the utility incompatible with Mac OS X 10.4 ; there must be a way using conditional preprocessor sections).]]>
FS#12654: rockbox utility has font problems http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12654 2014-04-03T18:54:40Z ill When launching rockbox utility in kde 4 in kubuntu 11.10, the font is displayed incorrectly. FS#12861: rbutil won't build without accessibility support in Qt http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12861 2014-04-03T18:50:25Z Vladimir I tried to build RockBox-Utility from sources today, but it failed with this error message: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-g++ -c -march=k8 -O2 -pipe -D_REENTRANT -Wall -W -DNODEBUG -DRBUTIL -D_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE -DLIBUSB1 -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_NETWORK_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++ -I../rbutil/rbutilqt -I/usr/include/qt4/QtCore -I/usr/include/qt4/QtNetwork -I/usr/include/qt4/QtGui -I/usr/include/qt4 -I../rbutil/rbutilqt -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/irivertools -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/zlib -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/base -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/zlib -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/gui -I../rbutil/ipodpatcher -I../rbutil/sansapatcher -I../tools/rbspeex -I../tools -Ibuild/moc -Ibuild/ui -I. -o build/o/encttssettings.o ../rbutil/rbutilqt/base/encttssettings.cpp ../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp: In member function &#039;QWidget* EncTtsCfgGui::createWidgets(EncTtsSetting*)&#039;: ../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:108:22: error: &#039;class QDoubleSpinBox&#039; has no member named &#039;setAccessibleName&#039; ../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:120:22: error: &#039;class QSpinBox&#039; has no member named &#039;setAccessibleName&#039; ../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:131:23: error: &#039;class QLineEdit&#039; has no member named &#039;setAccessibleName&#039; ../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:145:23: error: &#039;class QComboBox&#039; has no member named &#039;setAccessibleName&#039; ../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:156:23: error: &#039;class QCheckBox&#039; has no member named &#039;setAccessibleName&#039; Qt is compiled without accessibility support on my machine, so I suspect this may be the cause of the problem. But if it is, how can I build RockBox-Utility without accessibility support too? Thanks!
x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-g++ -c -march=k8 -O2 -pipe -D_REENTRANT -Wall -W -DNODEBUG -DRBUTIL -D_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE -DLIBUSB1 -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_NETWORK_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++ -I../rbutil/rbutilqt -I/usr/include/qt4/QtCore -I/usr/include/qt4/QtNetwork -I/usr/include/qt4/QtGui -I/usr/include/qt4 -I../rbutil/rbutilqt -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/irivertools -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/zlib -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/base -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/zlib -I../rbutil/rbutilqt/gui -I../rbutil/ipodpatcher -I../rbutil/sansapatcher -I../tools/rbspeex -I../tools -Ibuild/moc -Ibuild/ui -I. -o build/o/encttssettings.o ../rbutil/rbutilqt/base/encttssettings.cpp
../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp: In member function 'QWidget* EncTtsCfgGui::createWidgets(EncTtsSetting*)':
../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:108:22: error: 'class QDoubleSpinBox' has no member named 'setAccessibleName'
../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:120:22: error: 'class QSpinBox' has no member named 'setAccessibleName'
../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:131:23: error: 'class QLineEdit' has no member named 'setAccessibleName'
../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:145:23: error: 'class QComboBox' has no member named 'setAccessibleName'
../rbutil/rbutilqt/encttscfggui.cpp:156:23: error: 'class QCheckBox' has no member named 'setAccessibleName'

Qt is compiled without accessibility support on my machine, so I suspect this may be the cause of the problem. But if it is, how can I build RockBox-Utility without accessibility support too?

Thanks!]]>
FS#12969: GameBoy Emulator Graphic Problem (?) http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12969 2014-04-03T18:40:13Z Junghun Choi When turning on the plugin, the gameboy game launches but the text within the game is very distorted. I have tried the same game on a computer emulator with the same screen size and I could read it perfectly fine. This may be because of the screen on the player itself, but I just wanted to ask whether this is a bug or not and whether it can be solved. Many thanks to the answerers by the way! FS#12959: [Ipod 7G -160GB] Accessory Power Supply not.. http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12959 2014-04-01T00:51:52Z Thilo Fritz It´s not working, i tried it with a tiny little Speaker for the dock connector. Since the 25.02, starting from Build be96751 till today. I´m no developer, but willing to help.
Since the 25.02, starting from Build be96751 till today.

I´m no developer, but willing to help.

]]>
FS#12968: Sansa Clip Zip Button Control Bug http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12968 2014-04-01T00:50:51Z Junghun Choi Hi, when I&#039;m using the Rockbox program with my Sansa Clip Zip, I cannot simultaneously press the up and the left key. I have tried this with many applications including doom, Pong, and Rockboy. I do not know if it is a problem with the device itself, but it is a hassle when using the software. If possible, please fix it. Thank you. FS#12964: USB communication prompts an error http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12964 2014-03-26T18:57:12Z c wolf installed ROCKBOX daily-build 9cb9f76-140324; did the required reboot; now on connecting the device the USB to a computer (either linux or win7 it dowsn&#039;t depend) the &quot;sensa fuze+&quot; displays &quot;undefined instruction pc:0000003C sp:2FFFFF... bt end&quot; on disconnecting and powering up the device is working as it should how is a downgrade possible without a working USB connection?
now on connecting the device the USB to a computer (either linux or win7 it dowsn't depend) the "sensa fuze+" displays
"undefined instruction
pc:0000003C sp:2FFFFF...
bt end"

on disconnecting and powering up the device is working as it should

how is a downgrade possible without a working USB connection?]]>