Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Blind mode
Re: Blind mode
From: Chris Holt <amiga2k_at_cox.net>
Date: Fri, 7 Feb 2003 17:04:55 -0500
Still trying to figure out why people put all these songs they don't want to
hear on their Jukeboxes. ;)
Anyway, I don't have any trouble operating mine through the case (you can
cut a hole under the flap, it helps a lot. Or through the pocket of most
clothing. Especially Pause/Play, which is what I use 90% of the time in
these situations anyway. I guess gloves would be a problem if I was riding
and couldn't take them off, but I don't have a motorcycle.
I guess that one with voice command wouldn't work on a bike, would it?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Quiffman" <quiffman_at_paradise.net.nz>
Sent: Friday, February 07, 2003 4:37 PM
Subject: Re: Blind mode
> > All buttons do the same, can't tell them apart when the jukebox is in
> > your pocket and you're wearing gloves.
> I fully agree... BUT, you don't have to be riding anything at the time for
> this to be a good idea...
> It's a pain in the arse if you have the damn thing in your pocket or in
> 'carry pouch' thing. If I'm in transit (by foot generally) I don't wanna
> risk pulling it out and: 1) someone pinching it... 2) dropping it!
> But it doesn't stop you from wanting to change that damned song!
> > 1 press = pause on/off
> > 2 presses = next song
> > 3 presses = previous song
> > 4 presses = next disk/directory
> > 5 presses = previous disk/directory
> > continuous press = decrease volume
> > 1 press + continuous press = increase volume
> > 2 presses + continuous press = lowdness down
> > 3 presses + continuous press = lowdness up
> These all seem to make sense, and surely shouldn't be that hard to
> implement... perhaps some extra feedback about it would help... no?
Received on 2003-02-07