Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Sound back in both ears! What is a cfg file? & Re: NEWKEYS v2
Re: Sound back in both ears! What is a cfg file? & Re: NEWKEYS v2
From: DarkAngel <DarkAngel_at_omega.dnsalias.org>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2003 20:19:19 +0200
I use 3 cfg files : one for "normal" playing, another for car (sound and
a bigger font) and a last one for my ampli (not sure about the english
I store them in the root folder to make it easier to find them and I
think it would be great to have a way to switch faster (like a menu for
different "preselected" config)... just my opinion.... :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sharon" <sharon25_at_cox.net>
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003 4:54 PM
Subject: Re: Sound back in both ears! What is a cfg file?
> Okay, a .cfg file is something like the vague memory in the back of
> my mind of "configure" in DOS from years ago? I didn't realize you
> could make multiple ones with different settings. My use is quite
> focused and so I would only need one, but I definitely see why I
> would want one...thanks, Linus!
> >Sharon wrote:
> >>Why would you WANT to write a .cfg file? What does it do that I
> >>would want done? If it stores all my preferences that would be
> >>good, but I thought the unit itself did that when you turned it off?
> >You have a perfect example in an earlier posting in this list,
> >"Somekind of Error", where the user wanted an easy way of switching
> >between a flat EQ and another with bass/treble boosted.
> >He could save the settings, once with a flat EQ and once with a
> >boosted EQ. He would then have two .cfg files that he could Play to
> >change the settings easily.
Received on 2003-08-25