Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: resume modus JBR V2
Re: resume modus JBR V2
From: Henrik Backe <backe_at_swipnet.se>
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 21:18:46 +0200
"Christian Marcks" <christian.marcks_at_gmx.de> wrote in message
>I use a JBR V2 with Rockbox2.2 and I'm surprised at the different behaviour
> of the "resume"-function of archos- and rockbox-software:
> If I leave the WPS of Rockbox (at the end of playing a complete directory)
> and switch off the JBR, switch it on again, the browser will be in the
> root-directory. In the Archos-SW I return to the last directory, which I
> like much more. Do You think it's possible to have that feature in the
Already there, just set general setting -> file view -> follow playlist to
> And now a strange behaviour of the resume-function including the
> work-around: I use the resume-function of Rockbox2.2 with the "ask every
> time" - option, which prevents the JBR from leaching the batteries caused
> accidental switch-on (and playing the complete playlist) in my suitcase.
> sometimes, if I switch on the JBR, I don't get asked for a resume but the
> browser is in the root directory. It happened to me by chance, that I
> out, that an additional press to the "ON-Button" starts the question
> "resume?" - and by press of the Play-button (yes) the JBR resumes indeed.
It's not a bug, it's a feature, it work's as designed.
Pressing on in the directory browser starts resume dialogue so you can
without powering off.
> Dr. Christian Marcks
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Received on 2004-09-27