Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: possible bookmark bug
Re: possible bookmark bug
From: Benjamin <mailinglists_at_samuraipanda.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2003 14:00:09 -0800
Gruble, grumble, grumble. If it wasn't for users, life would be so much
Anyway, to answer the bug, this looks like it's related to the bug experienced
in the past where the keypress buffer stores multiple button pushes when a
button is pressed for a certian period of time, though normally the bookmark
code should read that as a "yes", not a no. I thought I had fixed the buffer
issue a while back. It may be indicative of the FMR, which I can't really
test, unless someone wants to give me one for my birthday (hint, hint, hint
:-)). Anyway, I'll verify the code.
As for the resume bug, I guess I can do another release of the bookmark code,
though I was really hoping it would have been folded into cvs. I'll see about
getting the release out tonight or tomorrow since my girlfriend is out of
town. It probably won't address the PLAY bug above, but it should be updated
to the latest cvs code.
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From: Neon John <johngd_at_bellsouth.net>
Sent: Wed, 03 Sep 2003 17:31:57 -0400
Subject: possible bookmark bug
> This regards the FM recorder bookmarking code. I'm on the next-to-last
> release. The last release had other bugs that required me to back out.
> this one involves the bookmarking. If I move to a directory
> containing audio files and press PLAY, the "use latest bookmark"
> screen comes up as it should. About half the time pressing PLAY is
> interpred as a "NO" and the FMR starts playing at the beginning of
> the first file. I can stop the playback without recording another
> bookmark, repeat the above process and it works fine.
> Ben, not trying to rush you or anything but do you have any idea
> when you're going to have the bookmarking code merged with the
> RESUME bug fix the list discussed a couple of weeks ago? No rush,
> just curious.
> John De Armond
> Cleveland, Occupied TN
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Received on 2003-09-04