Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: End of list beep
Re: End of list beep
From: Thomas Martitiz <s0523936_at_htw-berlin.de>
Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2009 01:00:50 +0200
Am 15.06.2009 00:30, schrieb Paul Louden:
> Thomas Lloyd wrote:
>> I do it forward as a clockwise rotation on the E200 is more comfortable
>> to achieve than anticlockwise. So a beep at the end of the list could
>> come in very useful.
> Why can't you scroll up a single entry exactly? If you scroll down to
> the beep, you then still *have* to scroll anticlockwise so why is it
> preferable to spend time scrolling clockwise to get to the end of the
> list beep, when you could scroll one item anticlockwise and be there?
> I fail to understand how comfort factors in, since either way you're
> at the end of the list and must scroll anticlockwise.
You're not always at the very beginning of a list. Rockbox remembers the
selection, which makes scrolling just 1 item up impossible then.
I think the blind users can judge on the usefulness better than we
sighted can do.
Received on 2009-06-15