Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Key assignments (was: My next silly question)
Key assignments (was: My next silly question)
From: BlueChip <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net>
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 03:19:55 +0000
At 18:04 19/02/04, you wrote:
> > Von: [IDC]Dragon
> > For hardware reasons we can't detect F-key + up pressed simultaneously.
> > That's why there is no up.
>I'm in doubt wether that is true for all f-keys. When I experiment in the
>debug screens I get the impression that it should be possible to distinguish
>f-key combos for every 2-key combo provided f3 is not involved.
I'll be honest up front and say that I have never actually tried it myself
first hand on an actual jukebox ...but as I understand it the keys are
grouped, electronically (so don't rely on the emulator here), like this:
Group 1: Down, Left, Right, Play
Group 2: F1, F2, F3, Up
Group 3: ON, OFF
You may detect only one key from each group in a single read.
NB. I am unsure exactly what does happen if you press (eg) F1 & F2
OFF has a special feature which is that if you hold it for about 3 seconds
it will power down the unit - as I understand this is at a hardware level,
so is quite useless as a 'Shift' key.
Think that's all :)
Received on 2004-02-20