Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Dynamic playlists
Re: Dynamic playlists
From: Jean Boullier <jean.boullier_at_wanadoo.fr>
Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2003 18:01:15 +0200
>>> While playing, if I press stop (accidentaly or not...)
>>there is NO
>>>WAY to resume play. It would be prefect if I could press ON to go
>>>back to WPS and there press play to resume play. Is that
>>So long as you have resume enabled and you don't start a new
>>playlist, you can resume from where you stopped by either
>>ROLO'ing or restarting the jukebox.
>I know that... However it is more clever /user firendly to do a [go to
>WPS]+ Play ;)
>>Once the bookmark code
>>is added, you will also be able to create a bookmark every
>>time you stop and then just play that to resume.
>That is not what I want... What I want is the play/stop/play function we
>have on every tape player.. :)
If you like the wonderful simplicity of tape players you should use one... 8-)
On a tape player when you press PLAY there is not much to wonder about what to play!
From what I read (I have not yet tried it) Hardeep's function behaves as the rest of Rockbox, i.e. once you have pressed OFF you NEED to say what you want to play next, whatever what was playing before. And if it was a playlist (a real one or the queue) once you have stopped it you cannot resume it other than by rebooting, eventually. What you need is either the bookmark feature as standard, or an active Resume function somewhere in the menu. I would support you on both options, but this is not Hardeep's "responsibility", that both should be (if accepted) standard Rockbox functions and should not have to be re-implemented in all additional functions.
Do you agree? Jean.
-- Jean Boullier - Rouen - Normandie - FranceReceived on 2003-07-03