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Subject: Re: iRiver button usage for 3.0.

Re: iRiver button usage for 3.0.

From: Simon M. <>
Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 22:09:56 +0200

I'd like to have hold rec to display the current playlist. So I think
it would be better to be able to configure the use of the rec-button,
since everybody seems to have diffent ideas for it (another examle
from an optimised build: jpg viewer or lyrics)

But I really would like to have your first suggestion. It is logical
to return to wps the same way as from the file browser/tagcache and
shouldn't be too hard to implement.

I would like to mention another annoying thing: The pitch control
conflicts with a-b repeat. When a-b is turned on, then it should be
disabled that a long press of play enters the pitch control screen.

2006/4/4, gl <>:
> (this is a user comment for a 3.0 iRiver release, I haven't studied the
> button code so I have no specific recomendations to make).
> On my H140, I find the button use for traversing the options menu
> irritating. For one, I think the play button (a seperate button on the
> H1x0's from the joystick 'select' click) should always instantly return to
> the WPS, unless you're actually inside something that uses it (eg.
> confirmation to save a .cfg file, or any plugin).
> As it is right now you have to use the 'stop' or the 'option' buttons to
> move step-by-step all the way back out of the menu hierarchy - that's not
> only unecessary, but I often use stop, and then end up pressing it several
> times in anticipation, so when I get to the WPS a buffered stop usually
> stops playback inadvertently (well I'm more careful now, but it's bad design
> imo).
> I'd also like to see 'hold play' go to the radio, and 'hold record' to enter
> the recording screen (I think requiring rec to be held for 1sec is safer,
> and also still allows people to use it to enable the backlight).
> --
> gl
Received on 2006-04-06

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