Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Auto-pausing
From: David Pedersen <dav-ped_at_frisurf.no>
Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2006 20:00:28 -0400
Sounds like an idea. Except from the less comfortability of having to hold
your hand grasping something. Have to find a switch that fit my hand, and
that does not require a whole lot of pressure, so as to keep it activated.
But, where do you get the plug that fits into the dc jack. Have looked in
some electronic stores, but they only provide the ones with a higher
diameter. Any suggestions? Thanks!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Neon John" <jgd_at_johngsbbq.com>
To: "Rockbox" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2006 6:11 PM
Subject: Re: Auto-pausing
> But that's not what we want. I may lay in bed an indeterminate amount
> of time before I go to sleep. It might be 10 minutes or two hours.
> Unlike music, it's not Ok for the audio book to keep droning on until
> some fixed-interval timer expires. The audio book should stop playing
> as soon as I get sleepy enough to not be paying attention. Holding a
> switch on until one gets sleepy enough to relax the grip works very
> Interrupting the power in "car mode" might be the easiest way to do
> it, as one can have a remote switch without a lot of wiring or effort.
> On Tue, 11 Apr 2006 16:41:08 +0200, "Manuel Dejonghe"
> <manuel_at_dejonghe.de> wrote:
>>On 4/11/06, Jani Kinnunen <jkinnunen_at_pp.inet.fi> wrote:
>>> I'm not quite sure, but the "Sleep timer" function might be the function
>>> are looking for. I haven't tried it myself, so I don't know how it
>>The Sleep Timer shuts down the unit after that time. It might by
>>unconvenient (specially on unflashed devices) to switch on and boot up
>>the device everytime, but in general, it would work.
> John De Armond
> See my website for my current email address
> Cleveland, Occupied TN
> A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.-Ralph Waldo
Received on 2006-04-12