Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Updated: Rockbox running directly from flash rom (ROMbox)
Re: Updated: Rockbox running directly from flash rom (ROMbox)
From: Ronald Teune <rtwolf_at_gmx.net>
Date: Wed, 04 Aug 2004 20:10:33 +0200
AFAIK you don't need to press off anywhere, just press on and the resume
screen is there...
On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 13:31:37 -0400, Neon John <johngd_at_bellsouth.net> wrote:
> I played around some and figured out the situation. If I've stopped and
> at the file listing screen and want to resume again I now have to press
> wait for the safe shutdown screen to go away and then press ON. RESUME
> works as before.
> I don't like this at all. This is just another subtle degradation of
> used to be a smooth and fast user interface that could be operated
> I've somehow managed to wait until the drive spun down before holding
> the OFF
> key. I've also been able to RESUME after a stop without having to look
> at the
> jukebox. Not now. Now I have look to see when the safe shutdown
> message goes
> If we have to have this safe shutdown screen, please at least make it
> so that I can turn it off.
> On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 07:30:53 +0200, arnold-j_at_t-online.de (Jens Arnold)
>> Hello John
>>> I just installed this on my JBR V1 and noticed that the
>>> ability to do a resume from stop, hitting <off> and then <on>
>>> is gone. I get the "hit off to shut down" message. Did resume
>>> get moved to another key combo or is it gone? If it's gone,
>>> please give it back!
>> Hmm, resume is neither gone nor moved, and it still works for me
>> with Rombox on a V1 recorder.
>> If you hit OFF from the wps, the resume position is saved and
>> you get back to the file browser. If you hit OFF a second time
>> (accidentally), it does of course show the "hit off to shut
>> down" message. This is caused by the new safe shutdown feature
>> introduced by Linus, so if you hit OFF another time, the box
>> will shut down safely, first saving the settings and then spin
>> down the disk before powering off. If you hit another button or
>> wait about one sec the message will go away.
>> Either way, the resume position should be available, and the box
>> should resume according to your resume settings if you hit ON.
>> Of course you may have to hit ON two times if you accidentally
>> pressed OFF two times before and are fast, because the first ON
>> will only make the "hit off to shut down" message disappear.
>> Please do also check if "Resume" is set to "No".
>> Regards, Jens
> John De Armond
> Cleveland, Occupied TN
Received on 2004-08-04