Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Resume on STOP behaviour
Re: Resume on STOP behaviour
From: Jason Williams <jason_at_redskycomputing.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 11:38:44 +0000
There is an option in rockbox to follow playing directory, on my player it
is under options,General settings, File View follow play list with this on
the browser will always open on the current playing file.
At 12:26 14/11/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se schrieb am 14.11.03 11:21:44:
> > In the 2.0 release, we changed the behaviour when stopping the music
> > with the STOP key. It used to clear the resume information, so that the
> > music would not resume when the device was turned on again. From 2.0, it
> > doesn't clear the resume info, but always resumes, even if the user had
> > stopped the music before shutting off.
> > I have a weak memory, so I would like to take this up for discussion
> > again. Why did we change this? I think the previous behaviour made the
> > most sense.
>IMHO it makes the jukebox behave like a tape recorder which is
>not a bad thing. I really like this feature and would miss it a lot:
>It happens quite often that I press OFF once to often while browsing.
>Currently one press of ON let's me resume right away.
>Also I prefer to stop the unit and then check if the HD is running before
>pressing stop again to turn it off. (This is because of that scary sound
>the HD makes
>when you shut of the unit be holding down OFF during spin time)
>There's only one thing I would like changed:
>When I turn on the jukebox and resume, the browsing directory
>is the main path and not the directory the resume file is playing in.
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Received on 2003-11-14