Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Lurker speaks out/Bookmarks
Re: Lurker speaks out/Bookmarks
From: ajf <ajf_at_midmaine.com>
Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 09:08:56 -0400
Add another Audiobook listener. Bookmarks are key to audiobook listening,
where single files often run over an hour in length.
How about if the Rockbox kept a LIFO history of the last nn files it was
playing when turned off, or when switching files in mid-play? Save just
the file name and time index to the disk. Then you could browse the
history, pick an entry and play it, starting at the saved time index.
Neon John writes:
> On Sun, 11 May 2003 15:11:51 -0400, "Aman Singer" <aman_at_asinger.net> wrote:
>> I have come to this group, and to the Archos, only very lately.
>>Let me say that without Rockbox, I probably wouldn't use the Archos very
>>much. I use the archos more for books than music. The resume function of
>>the Rockbox firmware is as close to indispensable as any function of any
>>computer I have.
> Another lurker here. My use is similar to Aman's - 90% audio books, 10%
> music. I bought my Archos FM recorder specifically because of the existence
> of RockBox. If not for RockBox it would have been a PJB. This is perhaps the
> best freeware I've ever used and certainly the best embedded ware.
> My major wish list is to have a facility similar to but better than the RIO
> Volt SP-250 that I moved from. With that unit, when in "lesson" mode, the
> STOP key rewinds 10 seconds per push (pause with the PLAY button and then STOP
> to actually stop) and it has 10 bookmarks (resumes). The latter let me remove
> an audio book disc and listen to some music, then resume the book later. I'd
> like to see the bookmark facility expanded so that there is no numerical limit
> and so that the bookmarks are stored to disc by name. I'd love to be able to
> have more than one audio book underway at a time and to be able to move back
> and forth between them and music. Don't know if this is practical or not but
> it IS a wish list.
> Again, thanks a million for the superb "product".
> John De Armond
> Cleveland, Occupied TN
Received on 2003-05-13