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Subject: sleep and wake////configs & WPSs browse

sleep and wake////configs & WPSs browse

From: J. Brian Brown <>
Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2004 13:26:58 -0500

Archos FM recorder, flashed Rockbox (daily build March 12 2004)
I can only get Rockbox to either "sleep" or "wake", but not "sleep" AND
THEN "wake". For example, I regularly use the "wake" function as my
alarm clock (with the archos unit plugged into the stereo receiver in my
bedroom). I would like to be able to fall asleep to the archos with
it set to sleep after X minutes.....and THEN have it set to wake.
Currently, it seems that the "sleep" setting erases any "wake" settings.
Is this possible, and should I formally submit a feature request?
I just updated to version 2.2 and it looks great! However, I noticed
that you have buried the "browse config files" option deep into the
menus. (F1---General Settings---System----Manage Settings----Browse .cfg
files). I've gotten around this by putting my cfg files in the root
and running them directly. But now I have to keep my "file view"
settings on "supported" rather than "music" so it will see .cfg files,
and that causes other unwanted folders/files to be displayed. I
suggest in future versions the "browse cfg files" be much higher in the
menu. In fact, wouldn't a better use of one of the F3 options be a
"display .cfg files" shortcut? I rarely have any reason to adjust any
of the current F3 options. Yet, I'm sure a lot of people use the .cfg
option when switching between a car, headphones, and a home stereo.

Also related to the .CFG files, I've already noticed in the latest daily
build since v2.2 that the "browse .cfg files" and the "browse .wps
files" options just take you to the ".rockbox" folder. As such, the
folders in the ".rockbox" folder are displayed along with any .cfg or
.wps files. One used to be able to save the .cfg and .wps files
anywhere on the drive, but now they need to be in the .rockbox folder to
be seen by the "browse .cfg/.wps files" options.
(Thanks to the Rockbox team for their hard work!)

Received on 2004-03-12

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