Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: Dumped by Christi! Help!! even the MP3 player won't talk to me.
RE: Dumped by Christi! Help!! even the MP3 player won't talk to me.
From: rinty <rinty_at_freeuk.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2004 09:52:06 +0100
OH shit, now re really do have a stuffed box!, each key action is
announced twice by my speech, when cycling through a word at a time,
as the punctuation mark causes the word to be said again.
[mailto:rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se]On Behalf Of Linus Nielsen
Sent: 11 October 2004 06:26
To: Rockbox development
Subject: Re: Dumped by Christi! Help!! even the MP3 player won't talk
> I've installed RB today about 5 times. The first time it worked, and
> with Christi's voice, it began talking menus. I was cycling through
> the menus, and accidentally clicked on the language option. This
> would normally simply take you to a directory list view. I pressed
> menu again immediately, but couldn't get back to speech.
You must have accidentally changed the language. This setting is saved
on disk and us unfortunately persistent between Rockbox installs. I
some suggestions on how to fix this:
1) Change back to English in the language selection. Quite tricky if
don't have spoken menus.
2) Select english as your language. Key sequence:
3) Reset the settings. From the dir browser, the key sequence would
as the Wiki says, but there is one detail that is missing. Directly
after this, press:
This starts browsing for firmwares, to force a disk spinup, so the
settings are really saved. Shut off when the disk has spun down.
> I've got 194MB free on the drive when RB is installed. One slightly
> puzzling question, when looking at the documentation which described
> the button layout of a jukebox 6000, it says that on the 4 way
> control, play is up, stop down, plus left and - right. This is the
> opposite to normally, where you'd expect to find - on the left and
> plus on the right. I'm sure it is correct, but I just wanted to
Oooops! The Wiki page was wrong. I have changed it now.
> I'm running XP, and was told that when using this, it was OK to
> the archos whilst the computer is on. The Archos is also still on.
Remember, you still need to "safely eject" the archos in the system
before unplugging it.
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