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Subject: Re: Fall back method for directories with no .dirname.mp3

Re: Fall back method for directories with no .dirname.mp3

From: Brian Wolven <>
Date: Thu, 08 Apr 2004 10:41:04 -0400

Aman Singer wrote:

> Hi, all, and particularly to Jörg.
> I was just playing a few files a second ago, and stumbled across my
> recordings folder which, since it's new since I did a directory labelling
> operation, is merely called "folder 8" rather than recordings, even though I
> have my directories on hover. To have something spoken when none .dirnamed
> directories are crossed is an excellent idea. It shows that the button is
> pressed and I will, after entering folder 8, know that it's the recordings
> directory for next time. However, it would be even better if the directories
> that have no .dirname.mp3, instead of being spoken as numbers, were to be
> spelled. That is, instead of saying folder 8, the recordings directory,
> which has no .dirname, could be
> r e c o r d I n g s
> The code is definitely there to do this, as directories can be
> spelled by selecting the spell option in the voice menus. Would using spell
> as a fall-back method be possible?

Wouldn't it be easier to just process those folders to put .dirname.mp3
clips in there? I've done that with my .rockbox folder, playlists and
videos folders, etc. All of my folders, actually. =) Since I don't have
very many folders outside the music file directory tree, it only takes a
couple of seconds to do all the rest. I usually create and/or rename
folders when my recorder is hooked up to the PC anyway, so it's not at
all inconvenient. There are also flags that can be changed in the
vbscript telling it not to overwrite existing files if you just want to
reprocess all the folders on your Archos. That way it'll only process
newly added folders and leave all existing clips intact.

Received on 2004-04-08

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