Rockbox mail archiveSubject: A request
From: Bradley M Alexander <storm_at_tux.org>
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2002 22:55:42 -0400
I have a JB6000, and I have a request. (1.3 is by far the best release yet,
and it also surpasses the original by a long margin...)
My request is if you could make the pointer when stop is pressed point to
the current song rather than the last one selected. To explain, I have a
directory of songs by different artists. With the unit on random play
(shuffle), I select a song, and it plays. Say four songs later, I hear
something and decide I would rather play another song by the same artist.
When I press stop, the pointer is in the first song in the list which I
selected, instead of the current song that I stopped.
Is this a doable request?
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