Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: File Sorting
RE: File Sorting
From: Jonah, Jim <Jim.Jonah_at_compuware.com>
Date: Mon, 12 May 2003 16:19:39 -0400
After starting up my JukeBox I use the "-" key instead of the "+" key to
cycle to the bottom of the list, which for me is where all of the playlists
end up in the sort order. Even though I have 260+ artist folders at the top
level of the HD, once I got used to using the "-" key the sort order didn't
bother me at all. If I want to go directly to an artist folder I can use the
"+" key, if I want a play list I use the "-" key.
NBD.. at least on my JukeBox Studio 20
From: Doover [mailto:doover_at_ntlworld.com]
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 3:12 PM
Subject: Re: File Sorting
Monday, May 12, 2003, 2:48:49 PM, you wrote:
G> HI, been thinking about this one for a while.How hard would it be to sort
G> out a list of files so that a playlist file is at the top? I dont know
G> other people layout there directory structure, but i just have
G> Root/Artist/Album/xxx.mp3.At the moment i have to search through the
G> until i find the playlist.
G> I did make a directory that just had playlists in it and remade the
G> playlists on the pc, but i didnt want to do that with everything thats on
G> the archos.
G> What do you think?
I found the easiest way, is to always name
playlists with a number at the front e.g 001.playlist.m3u
You probably find a symbol works better at front ~
You find that dumps ya playlists at the top.
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Received on 2003-05-12