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Difference: CustomFiletypeColours (r5 vs. r4)
Rockbox has the capability to modify the File Browser to show different filetypes in different colours, depending upon the file extension.
It makes your file view look something like this:
This is achieved by creating or modifying a
The file syntax is the file extension (or
folder:808080 ipod:00B0B0 mp3:00FF00 flac:00FF00 ogg:00FF00 txt:FF0000 cfg:D00000 ???:AABBCC
The only limitation is that the extension must be one of Rockbox's 'known' filetypes, as listed in filetypes.c. This does not include, for example,
In order to activate the filetype colours option, it has to be invoked from within a standard Rockbox configuration file (
filetype colours: /.rockbox/themes/filename.colours
where filename is replaced by the filename you used when creating the
Alternatively, you could save a config file (Settings > Manage Settings > Save .cfg File), edit the
The built-in Text Editor automatically understands the file format, but an external text editor can also be used.
To edit the
r5 - 17 Nov 2008 - 11:53:30 - JonathanGordonRevision r5 - 17 Nov 2008 - 11:53 - JonathanGordon
Revision r4 - 17 Nov 2008 - 10:42 - EddyComan
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