Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: A 'Tape' state for files
Re: A 'Tape' state for files
From: Rocker <rocker_at_shaw.ca>
Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 19:24:30 -0600
Hi Yall wrote:
In what way does a tape help you in that case? A cassette player would
>keep playing, possibly stopping when it reaches the end of the tape, or
Fair do's. Although I once had a tape recorder that sensed when I fell
and paused the tape at that point*
Ya right dude! LOL! Freaking LOL!
I hated listing to audio books on tape. My player would always screech or
warble or get down right stuck. And how about those times when the machine
eats your tape? Usually on the best parts to.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mat Holton" <mathew.holton_at_surface-inspection.com>
Sent: Monday, June 20, 2005 5:00 AM
Subject: Re: A 'Tape' state for files
>>> Yes, the resume functionality has this but not over multiple files.
>>Bookmarks, bookmarks, bookmarks.
>>> Yes, the bookmarking features has this, but only if your remember to
>>> set the bookmark
>>Not if you enable the "bookmark on stop" option.
> Right. I've tried this now and it appears to work how I suggested.
> Well, except that it works for every single file/folder as opposed
> to my suggestion that would be for specified stuff. It's cool
> just hidden away a bit.
>>> (what if your listening to something and fall asleep?).
>>In what way does a tape help you in that case? A cassette player would
>>keep playing, possibly stopping when it reaches the end of the tape, or
> Fair do's. Although I once had a tape recorder that sensed when I fell
> and paused the tape at that point*
> * I didn't really.
> "There's nothing that's new under Heaven, there's nothing unique over
> Hell" -- Chumbawamba
> Surface Inspection Ltd
Received on 2005-06-21