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Subject: Re: Possible revised menu tree

Re: Possible revised menu tree

From: Reto <>
Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2003 17:49:17 +0100

I would say, that it was the best possibility to have ALL options by
clicking F1 Key and have the possibility to define F2 and F3. So you have
some more needed functions on F2 and F3 instead of Invert on/off or scroll
bar on/off...

What do you think about that?

Some other thing I just found out: With Rockbox it seems that the batteries
are needed faster than before? Is this possible? May it be, because i'm
listening with playlists now or does the fast forward need a lot of battery?


At 10:24 23.03.2003 -0500, you wrote:
>A couple of days back, there was a discussion on IRC about making the Rockbox
>menus shorter, so they would each fit on one page (at least with the Atadore
>LinusN told Bio_Hazard, "We are all ears if you have a good idea for a menu
>Of course, I'm not Bio_Hazard--but I thought I might suggest a tree anyway.
>The advantages here: No menu is more than seven lines long. No scrolling
>Perhaps some groupings are a bit more logical.
>The main disadvantage: Some items are deeper down the hierarchy.
>Much here is arbitrary. More experienced members of this mailing list are sure
>to have better ideas.
>(I have the same tree as an MS-Word "outline" document, which is much
>easier to
>follow and tinker with. If anyone would like it, just let me know.)
>Thank you for all the thought and hard work that have made Rockbox so
> Cordially,
> J. Swami
>Rockbox--Revised menu tree (for the recorder)
>Maximum lines per menu: 7
>Capitalization: First word only
>Sound settings
> Volume
> Bass
> Treble
> Loudness
> Bass boost
> Channels
> Balance
> Configuration
> Auto volume
> Record
> Settings
> Quality
> Frequency
> Source
> Channels
>General settings
> Playback
> Shuffle
> Repeat
> Play selected first
> Resume
> FF/ Rewind
> Minimum step
> Acceleration
> Anti-skip buffer
> Fade on stop/ pause
> File View
> Show files
> Follow playlist
> Sorting
> Display
> Backlight
> Duration
> On when plugged in
> Contrast
> Graphic/ numeric
> Volume display
> Battery display
> Scroll
> Scroll speed
> Scroll start delay
> Scroll step size
> Bidirectional scroll
> Invert
> Peak meter
> Peak release
> Peak hold time
> Clip hold time
> Performance
> Dbfs <-> Linear
> Range
> Minimum
> Maximum
> System
> Charging
> Deep discharge
> Trickle charge
> Battery capacity
> Power usage
> Power saving
> Idle poweroff
> Disk behavior
> Spindown
> Poweroff
> Set time/date
> Time format
> Reset settings
> Write .cfg file
>Create playlist
>Games & demos
> Games
> Tetris
> Sokoban
> Wormlet
> Demos
> Bounce
> Snow
> Oscillograph
> Cube
>Sleep timer
> ID3 info
> Inside the box [What is now "Info"]
> Help [Ooops! A suggestion.]
> Hidden keys
> Rockbox website
> Version
> Debug (Keep out!)
Received on 2003-03-23

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