Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Voicing status information
Re: Voicing status information
From: Onj <onj_at_andrelouis.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 10:27:05 +0100
Personally I would love something like this and was going to write to the
list to suggest it.
I'd like something also that when you hold in the select button on say, an
Iriver H140 from the file browser, there would be a file properties dialog.
It would say the size of it in megabites or gigabites if necessary, and the
length of it.
The voicing can already support saying the words megabites and gigabites of
course, since it does this when you go to the rockbox info menu and it tells
you available disk space. I'm actually wondering now I come to write this,
why it definitely hasn't been implemented sooner than this?
Perhaps I'm stupid and it's already on the screen when you highlite a file,
but of course speech wouldn't read that, as it reads only the file name at
present, so wasn't deemed necessary by the developers.
Anyone have any news on this?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Grant Hardy" <grant_hardy_at_telus.net>
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2006 5:37 AM
Subject: Voicing status information
| Hi Guys,
| As we know, some developers have created a patch to provide voice input
| shutting down and turning on a player. I did not think such things were
| worked on, but one of my longstanding wishes has been for a "voice status"
| in a file's context menu, which would speak various information about the
| from the WPS, particularly elapsed and total time. One of the major
| about listening to podcasts on the device for those who rely on the voice
| interface is that we have no idea of the total time of our file. The only
| to hear the elapsed time of a file is to bookmark it and then listen to
| elapsed time of the bookmark. What do you all think about this "voice
Received on 2006-10-23