Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: user editable keys binding schemes wanted
Re: user editable keys binding schemes wanted
From: Andrew Jamieson <ajamiesn_at_optusnet.com.au>
Date: Tue, 1 Oct 2002 20:36:21 +1000
First of all, let me thow my hat into the 'this is a good idea' ring.
Now the caveat:
For me, it would not be a complete and permanent re-mapping of the buttons
that I would want, but something temporary I could load in for specific
reasons. Example: I do take my Player jogging, and would love to have a
single button press for volume up and down during this time. For other
times, the 'standard' mappings are great. So I., for one, would not desire
any complex duration/state dependant re-mapping commands; just a (number) of
simple remappings I could load for specific occasions. Of course, others
may require more complex functionality, but I would imagine this feature
would be for 'instant gratification' in application to various operations;
recording; volume; in-car use; applications where more complex menu hunting
may be problematic.
Just my thought on the matter.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nielsen Linus (ext)" <Linus.Nielsen_at_elema.siemens.se>
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 4:12 PM
Subject: RE: user editable keys binding schemes wanted
> > >Name one single consumer electronic device that has completely
> > >reconfigurable keys. Or just name one single mp3 software, any
> > >platform, that has fully configurable keys.
> > He.. they do not play worms either ;)
> > besides, I for one would welcome the ability to decide myself what to
> > do with the function keys on my recorder to be honest.
> > Not that I need it, but I would like to be able to..
> I agree with you all guys who want to configure the UI. I must also agree
> with Björn and point out the difficulty of such a project. It is not only
> matter of assigning a function to a key, it is far more than that
> (key-down/key-up, key combinations, persistent quick-screens...).
> We really need to discuss the implementation a lot before we get our hands
Received on 2002-10-01