Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: a couple of questions about ver. 2.1
Re: a couple of questions about ver. 2.1
From: Dennis Lui <dennis_at_thesilvercat.com>
Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 15:11:34 -0800
"Let me ask you a question:
Why is it so important that the device displays "CHARGING" instead of the
current directory? The battery is still charging, even if Rockbox is running."
it's not too important. i suppose it's just a habit if mine to shut down
and then unplug it and then have the device auto-poweroff.
"It will probably not be implemented at all, since you can do the same with
that is true as well. i just have my songs organized in folders by artist
and album, so i guess my idea would be more convenient for myself. also,
im not too good with programming, and i wouldn't know how to utilize a playlist
browser. no big deal though. i tend to just listen to everything on random
anywho, keep up the good work
>-- Original Message --
>Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 22:15:22 +0100
>From: Linus Nielsen Feltzing <linus_at_haxx.se>
>Subject: Re: a couple of questions about ver. 2.1
>Dennis Lui wrote:
>> 1. turning the player off when it is plugged into the adapter - when
>> used the original rockbox 2.0, i could turn off the player and set it
>> charging mode when it was plugged into the ac adapter by simply holding
>> down the stop button. however, with the most recent daily build, i can
>> no longer do so. the device turns off when when i hold down stop when
>> is not plugged in to the adapter, but nothing happens whens i hold down
>> stop while it is plugged in. is there a way to change this??
>Let me ask you a question:
>Why is it so important that the device displays "CHARGING" instead of
>the current directory? The battery is still charging, even if Rockbox is
>BTW, you can't shut off the player when the charger is attached. The
>device is still on, even when in "charging mode", how else can the
>display show the text?
>> 2. "continuous folder play" - my brother recently bought the gmini 120,
>> and the one feature i really liked about that player is that when the
>> song in a folder finishes playing, it automatically jumps to the next
>> and begins playing those tracks. however, that option doesn't appear
>> be available with rockbox. will 2.1 have this option, if it is not already
>It will probably not be implemented at all, since you can do the same
>with a playlist.
Received on 2003-11-29