Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Request for numbered directory list
Re: Request for numbered directory list
From: List <list__at_libero.it>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 09:53:04 +0200
If the files contain ID3, it will be possible to view the track info.
If not, you could possibly add it with one of the easily available tools on
the Net (Dr. Tag, for example).
On Wednesday 09 July 2003 22:25, 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.
> Believe me, this is a very minor annoyance. I love this little gadget! But
> it would be nice if there was an option to sequentially number the items
> in a directory list - without having to modify the filenames.
> > Sorry for the last post.
> > Steve,
> > any reason you don't prependm ypur file names with the track number,
> > e.g.: 01- Foo -- Symphony #3, Bar - PDQ Bach.mp3
> > Quoting stevem_at_gator.net:
> >> In the window that displays the directory list (toggled using the 'on'
> >> button), is there a way that each item in the directory can be
> >> numbered? (1), 2), 3), etc.)
> >> This would really help as a visual aid to return after some time to a
> >> particular file in a directory that has a lot of files.
> >> Steve
> >> > hi !
> >> >
Received on 2003-07-10