Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: iRiver keybindings
Re: iRiver keybindings
Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 19:16:06 +0100 (BST)
Yipes :-) Of course you're quite right - this is I think the only
situation when play and short-joystick-push should be distinct
> Youre not quite right. A short push on joystick in iriver will enter the
> file browser. Rockbox does this too. KEEP THIS AS IS. :)
> I agree with this binding. F2 is a quick menu which as far as i know, is
> customizable for the user.
> On Tue, 21 Jun 2005 17:32:26 +0100, <dave_at_beermex.com> wrote:
>> 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
>> 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
>>>> 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
>>> "Resume Playlist". Possibly long push on the joystick?
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Received on 2005-06-21