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Subject: Tag cash on Nano

Tag cash on Nano

From: Hamish Mackenzie <>
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2006 07:48:46 +1000

Hi All

Firstly can a blind user use the tag cash database with rockbox? And if so
do I use the disk or rom option from withing the settings and what is the
difference. If it is possible to use can I get some brief instructions on
how to use said database?



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Skype : mishu70
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Teh" <>
To: "Rockbox" <>
Sent: Monday, May 29, 2006 8:09 AM
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.
> Jamie
> Brian Hartgen wrote:
>> Hi
>> 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.
>> 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?
>> Thanks.
>> Brian Hartgen
>> MSN:
>> SKYPE: brianhartgen
>> SKYPE IN UK: 0208-133-7186
>> SKYPE IN US: 213-985-3581
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Dj Paddy" <>
>> To: "Rockbox" <>
>> Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2006 2:46 PM
>> Subject: Re: iRiver H340
>>> Jamie.
>>> 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:
>>> 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" <>
>>> To: "Rockbox" <>
>>> 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).
>>>> Jamie
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