Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: FS#9873 - Utilise buttons for playlisting
Re: FS#9873 - Utilise buttons for playlisting
From: pondlife <pondlife_at_ntlworld.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Mar 2009 09:04:15 -0000
> My choice would be for having an option too, even if it's just "Insert" or
> "None" (although I wouldn't personally object to other functions).
> I have a (naive?) way of thinking of the Rockbox keymap. I'll try and
> summarise as a table of "KEYS" which are then mapped to physical keys on a
> given target.
> (each row is KEY - action in general (action in WPS)
> UP/DOWN - navigate (volume)
> LONG UP/DOWN - navigate (volume)
> LEFT/RIGHT - navigate (track skip)
> LONG LEFT/RIGHT - navigate (rewind/ffwd)
> SELECT - select current entry (return to browser)
> LONG SELECT - display context menu
> PLAY - return to WPS (pause/resume)
> LONG PLAY - reserved as a shift key*
> STOP - stop playback
> LONG STOP - power off*
> MENU - toggle between main menu and previous screen
> LONG MENU - toggle between quickscreen and previous screen
> * depending on hardware limitations
> This covers basic functionality, excluding plugins and the "shifted"
> functions (dirskip, A-B repeat, track properties, pitch screen). None of
> this would ever be configurable, so support should be reasonable. It
> requires 6 buttons, which is fine for the Ondio (is that the worst case?).
> Then - for targets with more buttons F2/F3/REC etc. we allocate a USER
> button that *is* configurable, defaulting to the following:
> USER - do nothing
> LONG USER - record
> Hopefully such a simplistic view would be generally usable on all targets
> and would help lead to consistency across the UI and across targets.
Hmm, no response at all? I thought this was a useful post. I guess it's
either non-controversial, or too stupid for words...
Allow me the one bump, please. ;-)
Received on 2009-03-06