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Subject: Re: Queue function
From: Nanne Huiges (nanne_at_fmf.nl)
i tried to get some replies by asking if any1 using it...but i can ask
you: it works allright for you? cos then i'll try to compile it (first
time..maybe if you have a patched version for the jukebox.... :)
but any known problems?
On Fri, 3 Jan 2003, Hardeep Sidhu wrote:
> Hi all,
> I posted a queue function patch to the sourceforge tracker a couple of weeks
> ago but haven't received much feedback. If any of you have some spare time
> and are interested, please try it out and let me know what you think.
> Sourceforge comments:
> Implements queue function. While playing a playlist
> (playlist file as well as dirplay) hold on to "play"
> (recorder: "right" also works) for a few seconds on the
> track you want to queue and a message will appear
> informing you it has been queued. All queued tracks
> will be played after the current track finishes. Once all
> the queued tracks are finished, the playlist continues
> where it left off.
> - Resume remembers the queue list and continues
> exactly where you stopped (TODO: make this
> - The queue list can have maximum of 8 songs at a time
> - Once a queued track is completed, it is removed from
> the queue list. Previous will take you to the last played
> song in the playlist (ie. not the queue list).
> - "Repeat one" will work with a queued song, none of
> the other repeat settings have any affect.
> - The queuelist is saved to disk (/.rockbox/.queue_file --
> aka the poor man's playlist). The ".rockbox" directory
> must exist for queuing to work.
> - Some of the peak meter settings have been moved out
> of rtc so that the queue resume index can be stored.
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