Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Hopefully not a dumb question...
Re: Hopefully not a dumb question...
From: Hamish Mackenzie <hamish_at_mackenzieoz.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 07:58:23 +0400
I am using an h340 with yesterdays build and do not have the problem
mentioned about when returning to a bookmark and it starting at the
beginning of the track, mine start right where I left off too even when
returning after listening to other things.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Cole" <tcole_at_xtra.co.nz>
To: "Rockbox" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2006 1:20 AM
Subject: Re: Hopefully not a dumb question...
> Hi Nick
> I'm pleased you got it working.
> I don't have the problem you are having with not starting within the
> track properly. I use an Archos Recorder with an earlier version of the
> Rockbox software, though.
> Looks like a bug has crept into the code?
> On Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:34:04 +1100, "Nick von Korff"
> <nickvk_at_itouch.com.au> wrote:
>>Thanks so much! That worked like a treat! I think where I went wrong the
>>first time I tried it is on the "Press Play to create a bookmark" bit.
>>I hit play (on the iRiver h340) and assumed that a bookmark had been
>>created. I didn't see anything to the contrary, but when I went to load my
>>bookmark, lo and behold, nothing there!
>>After playing around with it yesterday after the suggestions I got, I
>>figured out that "Play" button on the H340 is not the "Play" that Rockbox
>>was expecting. We H340/H320 users need to hit the NAVI button to create
>>bookmarks. Once you figure that bit out, the rest is a breeze!
>>The "Ask" on stop feature is really cool. I simply choose not to create a
>>bookmark if I'll be continuing listening to the playlist, but can now
>>create one if I want to play something else, then come back to the same
>>place in the playlist. Marvellous!
>>One small thing, which REALLY doesn't bother me, but I did notice. The
>>bookmark contains the position of the current track, i.e. 1:34 through,
>>however when I load the bookmark, it starts at the beginning of the track.
>>Like I said, for me, it's no biggie. It's sooooo much better not having to
>>scroll through thousands of tracks to get back to where I was. Has anyone
>>else experienced this?
>>Nick v K.
Received on 2006-03-23