Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: non-music questions and feature request
Re: non-music questions and feature request
From: Paul Suade <paul.suade_at_laposte.net>
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 10:13:46 +0200
What about simple overriding setting emebbeded in the first line playlist
#!shuffle // turn on shuffle for this playlist no matter the default setting
#!S // shuffle
#!no-shuffle // turn off shuffle for this playlist no matter the default
#!s // no shuffle
A simple letter could help to have several other options to enable or
disable in the same line (when opening a playlist try to get the first line
for overiding options).
Since I suppose you are skipping comments, just try to figure out if there
is an overiding setting to handle.
But if I remember well, most people doesn't like this system, is it because
the way you handle the playlist in code ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vincent Kargatis" <lartis_at_ath.forthnet.gr>
Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2002 9:30 AM
Subject: Re: non-music questions and feature request
> From: "Bradley Alexander" <storm_at_tux.org>
> > As for the feature request, I don't know how the shuffle mode is coded,
> > but is it possible to code it so that selecting an m3u playlist would
> > temporarily suspend the shuffle mode, or at least give an option to do
> > so? (e.g. shuffle and playlist shuffle in the menu)?
> I believe per-folder setting files is being implemented to allow stuff
> > Most of my
> > playlists at this point are albums which have one song leading into
> > another, like Roger Waters' Radio KAOS or Styx Paradise Theater, which
> > is not terribly conducive to shuffle play.
> Given that shuffle is easily toggled with an F2 selection, are you just
> saying you don't want to remember to turn shuffle off before playing one
> these playlists? Remembering stuff like that seems less painful than
> installing per-folder setting options, but that's me...
> Vincent Kargatis
> np: Quannum MCs - "Blue Flames" (Xen Cuts (CD1))
Received on 2002-09-26