Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Playlist not working in Jukebox 6000 with Rockbox 2.0
Re: Playlist not working in Jukebox 6000 with Rockbox 2.0
From: Michael O'Quinn <michael_at_oquinn.info>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 22:33:54 -0700 (PDT)
On Fri, 25 Apr 2003, Jean Boullier wrote:
> scolombdupuy_at_inext.fr wrote:
> I think I have found what the problem might be, but then it raises
> another question : the first thing displayed when starting a playlist is
> "Chargement..." which is 13-char long while I think the player's limit
> is 11... Would this succeed, the player might eventually try to display
> a 19-char "Mélange en cours..." if you run in shuffle mode!!!
AFAIK, anywhere the text is too long RockBox automatically scrolls it
horizontally. Even on the Player.
> The question that is raised at this point is : those two strings DO NOT
> have a player version in the languqge file and therefore
> 1. Playlists should not be working in French players for long, at least
> since April 15 which is the date of the oldest francais.lang file I
> have in my files
> 2. Playlists should not be working in players running in shuffle mode
> EVEN WITH the original English version since "Shuffling..." is 12-char
> long in that file... (OK this is valid for plain version 2.0 only. I see
> in the current english.lang file that "Shuffling..." is no longer
> supposed to be displayed).
> Can any player user confirm that ?
I saw both "Loading..." and "Shuffling..", but both went by extreemly
fast. (BTW, that was a 600 plus entry playlist, and it Loaded and
Shuffled in under 0.5 second. With Archos firmware I gave up and shut it
off after a minute and a half. Way to go Team RockBox!)
> And for the design group : Is trimming non-scrolling messages to the
> correct length feasible in the player-specific sections of Rockbox code
> ? I think player users would prefer an ugly message (until it is fixed)
> on their screens rather than no function at all.
As stated above, it should scrool.
Maybe there is something else in the language file, perhaps some
non-pintable characters that jam up the works.
I haven't investigated loading languages, since English is my native
language, but if there is a quick and dirty way to load French I'll do it
an see if I can replicate this problem.
Received on 2003-04-25