Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: iRiver keybindings
Re: iRiver keybindings
Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 17:32:26 +0100 (BST)
Hmm.. additionally, in the stock iriver firmware, a short push on
joystick and short push on PLAY are I think functionally equivalent
So how about keeping that behaviour. Then we can say *long* push on
joystick brings up the option menu (equivalent to iriver long push on
joystick brings up menu). *Long* push on a-b is the playlist enqueue
functionality on iriver so let's bind that to bringing up the playlist
menu (which is currently long push on joystick)
So then it makes most sense for the 'f2' menu to actually be bound to a
*short* push on RECORD: reason being that a long push on Record is less
easy to do accidentally.
Does this sound agreeable?
What is the 'f2' menu anyway?
> dave_at_beermex.com wrote:
>> Alternatively, how about changing that all around for iriver so that
>> PLAY is the PLAY button,
>> RECORD is the RECORD button,
>> and pushing the joystick brings up the options menu
>> a-b is a kinda crazy do-everything button, even on the iRiver firmware,
>> so I don't have a problem with making a-b bring up the 'f2' menu
> Works for me. Although I think that then leaves us missing a button for
> "Resume Playlist". Possibly long push on the joystick?
Received on 2005-06-21