Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Autoloadconfig thingy - wanted: feedback :-)
Re: Autoloadconfig thingy - wanted: feedback :-)
From: Tomas <tomas_at_salfischberger.nl>
Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 19:56:17 +0200
But I would just list all .cfg files in the .rockbox folder... like the
"Browse cfg files" option does... Independant of the resume screen.
That would be more usefull on Iriver model's too... because they don't
have a F1, F2 and F3
And it would make it possible to use more config files..
Ronald Teune wrote:
> Hello all,
> Here's something I would like to have some comments on. It's about an
> option to load config files at startup (e.g. a file for earphones
> (f1.cfg, vol=62, bass+treble somewhere around 5) and a file for home
> stereo (vol=81, equalizer flat) is what I use now. Beneath are my
> ideas about this, please feel free to comment, criticize, burn me to
> the ground, etc.
> I was thinking about start working on the autoloadconfig thingy
> again. Last time I tried
> adding a config option to show it or not show it, on the same screen
> as the resume screen.
> This introduced quite bulky code (e.g. when the resume screen is not
> shown, sometimes the
> autoloadconfig screen should be shown, etc.)
> The idea that I have is as follows:
> * link it to the resume screen, always. If people want an
> autoloadconfig screen, they won't
> care if the press-play-to-resume is on there, too. It won't hurt
> normal rockbox operation,
> * make it 'autodetect' f1.cfg, f2.cfg, f3.cfg, up.cfg, down.cfg files.
> And perhaps left.cfg
> and right.cfg too. A config option might not even be neccesary in
> this case, i.e. if rockbox
> would ship with f2.cfg and f3.cfg out-of-the-box, so people would see
> the option exist, and
> can delete the files if they don't want it.
> * if a .cfg file does not exist, then do the 'normal' resume screen
> action (=don't resume).
> This way a user can choose keys appropriate to him and his model, a
> recorder user can choose
> left/right too if he likes. The text at the bottom of the resume
> screen can be something like
> "Press key to load .cfg" (which is only shown when there are
> appropriate .cfg files)
> Maybe a config option will be neccesary to avoid confusion, or to
> make sure people know about this feature without reading the docs and
> without having to ship rockbox with a .cfg file. But is all this
> hassle and extra code and extra config space worth it?
Received on 2005-03-31