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Subject: Re: iRiver H340
I can confirm Jamie's findings on my H340.
"Hope is the destination that we seek.
Love is the road that leads to hope.
Courage is the motor that drives us.
We travel out of darkness into faith."
---The Book Of Counted Sorrows---
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Teh" <email@example.com>
To: "Rockbox" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2006 11:09 PM
Subject: Re: iRiver H340
> Hi Brian,
> Regarding your speech loss issues, if you have resume on startup enabled,
> the player should speak if you make it speak while audio is playing. If
> you do not do this and you press stop, speech will not work. The best work
> around at present is to disable resume on startup completely and just
> press play once the unit is powered on, as resume on startup seems to be
> causing some weird issues at present. I've tried to figure out what is
> causing them myself, but have not a clue.
> Brian Hartgen wrote:
>> If it is any consolation, I am too experiencing some strange behaviour
>> now I have updated my build of Rockbox onto my iRiver player often
>> resulting in loss of speech. I am not too worried about this of course,
>> but am just reporting this in the event that it can be duplicated.
>> Here's what happens.
>> As background, I have been running Rockbox for about five months now
>> using a build dated December 2005. This worked really well I was
>> reluctant to change, and the reason I did was because NeoSpeech Kate kept
>> being cut off when she was delivering folder and file names!
>> This latest build does not have that problem. However when I initially
>> power on the unit, I do not get speech. I have to switch the player off,
>> start it playing again by pressing play, then I get speech and can
>> navigate. If there is anything else I can tell you in order to be
>> helpful, please ask.
>> OTHER ISSUES
>> I have noticed since installing this build that the unit tends to "go to
>> sleep" extremely quickly and I wonder if there is a way of extending
>> this. In other words, if I leave the unit for about three seconds, I have
>> to press a key to "wake up" the player, then the key I actually want to
>> execute quite quickly. This causes quite a problem.
>> My last question. Is there a web resource I can consult to learn how to
>> create my own menu prompts please, either through synthetic speech or
>> using a human reader?
>> Brian Hartgen
>> MSN: email@example.com
>> SKYPE: brianhartgen
>> SKYPE IN UK: 0208-133-7186
>> SKYPE IN US: 213-985-3581
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Dj Paddy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> To: "Rockbox" <email@example.com>
>> Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2006 2:46 PM
>> Subject: Re: iRiver H340
>>> I'm now no longer getting speech feedback.
>>> I've held down the AB button and nothing.
>>> The only thing I changed was I enabled the bleeps when buttons were
>>> pressed and the min/max steps in fast forward/rewind.
>>> I've checked and the english.voice file is still where it should be.
>>> I've grabbed the latest version of the voice box now as well.
>>> Barry Toner
>>> MSN/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
>>> Mobile: 07921611253
>>> "Hope is the destination that we seek.
>>> Love is the road that leads to hope.
>>> Courage is the motor that drives us.
>>> We travel out of darkness into faith."
>>> ---The Book Of Counted Sorrows---
>>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "James Teh" <email@example.com>
>>> To: "Rockbox" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2006 2:34 PM
>>> Subject: Re: iRiver H340
>>>> Dj Paddy wrote:
>>>>> Is there a different Voice Box I shoudl use for this unit than the one
>>>>> I've been using for my Archo's unit?
>>>> Do you mean the voicebox script to generate spoken directory/file
>>>> names? You should probably grab an up to date version just in case, as
>>>> later versions support extensions other than mp3, but otherwise, it
>>>> should work just fine.
>>>>> Am I correct that holding down the middle button is meant to take me
>>>>> straight into the menu system?
>>>> No. To enter the Rockbox main menu, press the bottom right button when
>>>> the unit is facing the correct way (i.e. earphone port to the top
>>>> left). Holding down the middle button on the joystick (the navi button)
>>>> takes you into the context menu for the current item or the WPS context
>>>> menu if you are on the WPS (while playing screen).
>>>> James Teh
>>>> Email: email@example.com
>>>> WWW: http://www.jantrid.net/jamie/
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Received on Mon May 29 00:34:07 2006
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