Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Questions about the voiced interface
Re: Questions about the voiced interface
From: Andrew Hart <ahart_at_dim.uchile.cl>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 18:21:03 -0300
Woody Anna Dresner wrote:
> At 10:12 PM 1/22/2008, Pondlife wrote:
>> > Well if they want to get the song name could we perhaps make stop
>> work as
>> > select?
>> > So to follow playlist?
>> It should do, it does here (as long as you enable Follow Playlist).
> It doesn't on my iPod Nano. Just now I turned my iPod on and a song
> started playing because I have Resume Playback on. I have Follow
> Playlist on, but when I pressed Stop, I was in the file browser focused
> on Calendars. And I know from past experience that if I select a file in
> the file browser and let the iPod play through that track and into
> another one, if I press Stop, I will be on the track I selected from the
> file browser, not the track that was playing when I pressed Stop.
The same occurs on my iriver H140/H340. I think that Stop used to obey
the follow playlist setting in really ancient versions of Rockbox, but
it ceased doing so sometime during 2006 or perhaps in the first part of
2007. I think it changed when the
UI was substantially reworked. For now, I find I need to press select
to synchronise the file browser with the playlist. In one respect this
is kind of nice, because you don't get reset to the last playing track
upon stop and can continue browsing and working wherever you were when
you stopped the track, but the other behaviour was nice too. I'm
presently in two minds as to which I prefer.
Received on 2008-01-23