Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Do you like the current UI?
Re: Do you like the current UI?
From: Chris Hoekstra <chris_hoekstra_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 11:32:44 -0500
Oh man, who HASN'T had this problem? My girlfriend, very technically
adept, is charged with queuing up the songs for our road trips. She
gets through about 10 songs, and inevitably looses everything and has to
start again. I used to get so frustrated, until I grabbed it, tried to
do it myself, and sure enough, it will eventually happen.
Doesn't matter what key is assigned to dynamic playlist add. I maintain
that a person will hit queue/add to playlist MORE than hitting play.
Personally I hit play at the beginning of the session, and never hit it
again. I don't sense the end of a song, start browsing, find the next
song, wait until that song is completed, then hit play on the next one.
No, I queue up like 10 songs, and listen for like half an hour
And with the auto-resume, the amount of times I hit play (for playing a
song that is) even more. To make a convoluted keypress for a very
common function, IMHO, is not the way to go.
Tim Elliott wrote:
>I have had the same problem. I hate to take the time to create a long
>custom playlist only to lose it with a finger slip pr pressing play twice by
>We need a single key. I would like to have F3 for adding to a dynamic
>From: owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se] On
>Behalf Of Gvillo, Mike
>Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2003 4:24 PM
>Subject: Do you like the current UI?
>Even for me, a
>patient long time Rockbox user, I would screw up while trying to make
>long playlists, sooner or later I'd play a song instead of queuing it.
>The On-play button combination isn't such a hot idea, eventually my
>finger loses pressure on the On button and I end up playing a song,
>interrupting what's playing (bad DJ!), losing the inserted play list and
>I would have to start all over again. (It would also be great to view
>the dynamic playlist.)
Received on 2003-09-11