Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: user editable keys binding schemes wanted
RE: user editable keys binding schemes wanted
From: Benoit Midy <bmidy_at_guddland.lu>
Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 14:44:40 +0000 (BST)
On Wed, 2 Oct 2002 08:40:49 -0400, M. OReilly wrote:
>Heh. I knew when I was typing it that the .ini was a bad example... I just
>couldn't think of a better one at 1:00 in the morning. :-) I guess the
>point I was driving at was that a string of characters in a particular
>setting isn't that useful unless one knows what each parameter refers to.
>What I was trying to suggest was having each parameter labelled so one can
>find it easily, even if that person doesn't know what they're looking for.
>has six parameters, and the uninitiated might have no idea what they
>It could be done in documentation, to be sure. But how many people actually
>read documentation? (Or FAQs, for that matter... ;-) It would also be a
>tremendous waste of space, I know, to label each setting individually, but I
>think it might be worth it in the long run, and we're not exactly short on
>But, like you say, it's not the conf file that's the hard part...
I agree for the CSV ascii file.
and perhaps we could add some comment to make it clearly for everyone, like this :
# Key fucntion keyUpDown Duratiuon ....
F2 = show_wps, down, 500, yes,no,yes
So everyone will be happy
Received on 2002-10-02