The WPS Context Menu
To enter the WPS Context Menu:
| Archos Player / Recorders
|| [need keymapping
| Archos Ondio
|| [need keymapping
| iriver H100 series
|| From the WPS, press and hold the joystick button.
| iriver H300 series
|| From the WPS, press and hold the NAVI button.
This is a shortcut to the Sound Settings submenu
of the Main Menu
The Playlist menu contains the following options:
| View Current Playlist
|| Views the current playlist. From within the playlist, using the context button (the button that you used to access the WPS Context Menu) to Remove or Move files in the playlist. You can also access the File Context Menu by selecting "File Options."
| Save Current Playlist
|| Saves the current playlist.
|| Shuffles the current playlist.
You can exit the Playlist menu by pressing the STOP button or the LEFT arrow.
While playing a track, use this option to save your current position within the track so that you can return to it at a later time. Bookmarks are saved on a per folder basis. In other words, all of the files in the same folder have their bookmarks stored together. You can store multiple bookmarks for the same track.
Show ID3 Info
Displays the contents of all the ID3 tags associated with the file. Use the UP and DOWN keys to navigate the ID3 tags.
Runs a viewer plugin on the file. Normally the filetype of a file is detected and the appropriate plugin is run automatically when you press play on it. Use this menu if for some reason you want to override the default action and select a viewer by hand. See page ViewerPlugin
for more details on viewers. For example, this would be used to run the VBRfix plugin to recreate the Xing header for an MP3 file, which can fix problems such as fast-forward and rewind not working correctly on a particular MP3 file or the play time of a track being listed incorrectly.
This is a shortcut to the Graphic Equalizer.
Browse EQ Presets
This option allows you to browse your custom EQ presets. It is the same as the Browse EQ Presets
submenu of the Main Menu
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- 9 Feb 2006
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