Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: new extension for talkbox clips (was Re: Installing Talkbox)
Re: new extension for talkbox clips (was Re: Installing Talkbox)
From: George Styles <george_at_ripnet.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2004 18:57:58 +0100
my lovely simple dir/b/s > playlist.mp3
breaks, cant find a simple way in dos to exclude files (could use cygwin,
but not installed at work).
Surely there is a 3rd way - search for .dirname.mp3 and if not found, search
for .dirname.tbx (or whatever). Once the dirs loaded, surely its not hard to
try 2 filenames.
That way everyone is happy...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Wolven" <brian.wolven_at_verizon.net>
Sent: Friday, April 02, 2004 6:25 PM
Subject: Re: new extension for talkbox clips (was Re: Installing Talkbox)
> Jens Arnold wrote:
> >>True for rockbox, but when the box is used as an external
> >>drive ? It confuses The GodFather (trying to automagicaly
> >>update the tags), Winamp...
> > For The Godfather it helps to set the "hidden" file attribute as
> > I suggested (even if you've set Windows explorer to show hidden
> > files. Don't know about Winamp in that case since I don't
> > use it. I use DeliPlayer, and there it is possible to define
> > even very complex file reject patterns (via regexp).
> There does not appear to be any such filtering option in winamp v2.9x -
> just selection by extension. I haven't tried any of the higher version
> numbers. Foobar also supports extension filtering, but ignores the '.'
> prefix, AFAICT.
> Is there any real reason *not* to change the extension of talkbox files,
> though? It seems like a lot more work making everyone jump through hoops
> to avoid loading or playing these in PC based applications - especially
> since not all of them (including some very popular ones) offer that
Received on 2004-04-02