Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Normal resume / (feature request) shortening file names - Re: Request for numbered directory list
Normal resume / (feature request) shortening file names - Re: Request for numbered directory list
From: Martin Borus <martin_at_borus.de>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 07:36:22 +0200
On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 16:25:22 -0400 (EDT), stevem_at_gator.net wrote:
> That is a good question. The reason is that the mp3 files I have loaded
> weren't named by me; I have 19 CDs of mp3 lecture and music files which
> I've loaded to my ajb 20. They didn't come with numbered prefixes in
> the names, although that would have been nice.
> I've loaded the contents of each CD into its own directory on the
> Archos. There are 90-some files in each directory. Without a sequential
> numbering of some sort, it's kind of hard to know how far I've gotten
> in a directory when I return to it to pick up where I left off after
> going somewhere else in my little Archos universe.
I've a question on this topic. I have the bookmark patch installed, but also
use the normal resume ("Ask"-setting).
#1 When I restart the jukebox it resumes in the right place.
If I press "ON" now to browse the directory I'm in the main path
and not in the direcory that was playing before the unit was shut down.
Can this behaviour be changed so that resume also applies to changing
into the right directory?
I love the bookmark patch, it's really great for audio books and I use it a lot..
It however doesn't solve the problem that it's difficult to navigate whithin a list
of file names with identical beginnings. We had a discussion on automatic
shortening of file names a long time ago which lead to this feature request that would
solve this problem. After discussion not much has happened that's why I
would like to put the topic on the list again to see if anyone else feels it's useful.
Received on 2003-07-10