Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: new extension for talkbox directory clip: ".dirname.tbx"
Re: new extension for talkbox directory clip: ".dirname.tbx"
From: Luca <luca.davanzo_at_libero.it>
Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2004 18:07:44 +0200
I installed build of 10 april, regenerated the clips naming .dirname.tbx
but they dont work: folders are spelled with numbers but in general
settings>voice the setting is "arrowing"; tbx files are not played when
arrowing, neither on enter.
what am i missing?
"Brian Wolven" <brian.wolven_at_verizon.net> ha scritto nel messaggio
> Most of the people voted in favour of a different extension for the
> directory clip, so it doesn't interfere with whatever mp3 file handling
> may be doing. I have now renamed it to ".dirname.tbx" instead of
> Whenever you as a talkbox user upgrade to the current build, you will have
> to follow this. Either by mass-renaming the files, or by re-generating
> with an updated script. I don't know if and how Windows can bulk rename
> recursively (suggestions welcome), but it least you can delete them all:
> Use the Explorer to search the Archos drive for ".dirname.mp3", then
> all results with Ctrl-A and delete them with Shift-Del.
> Linux has certainly ways to rename them recursively, but I'm no console
> warrior. Again, suggestions are welcome.
> I have updated my mirror of Brian's talkbox generation script:
> If you use another one, it should be no problem to change the extension
> a text editor.
> Sorry for the inconvenience,
To minimize the inconvenience, here's a version of the script that will
rename any existing .dirname.mp3 files to the new .tbx extension if such
a file does not already exist. If you've got the OverwriteTBX flag set
to true (it is false by default), or a .tbx file already exists, it'll
just delete the old .dirname.mp3 file to help you clean up. For most
people and most cases, you won't need to change any of the default
settings. You may want to wait and see if Jörg wants to change any of
the Lame options before generating new clips (as opposed to just
renaming old ones), just in case.
Received on 2004-04-10