Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Replaygain without a setting, and other menu cleaning.
Re: Replaygain without a setting, and other menu cleaning.
From: Paul Louden <paulthenerd_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 2009 08:19:50 -0500
Jürgen Hestermann wrote:
> You forget those people who may not know how to change their tags
> (especially replay-gain settings). It is a nice thing that Rockbox
> allows to avoid problems even if there are other (more complicated)
> ways to avoid them. And how does it harm the other users?
Do you really believe that such a person will know if replaygain is
enabled then? Nobody's really described a situation in which a user is
negatively impacted. If it were enabled by default, this same "problem"
holds true. Being disabled by default, on the other hand, people with
tags may expect it in use without it happening. Basically, either way
one group gets left out, but people who don't use replaygain are
unlikely to have replaygain tags in the first place. And people who
don't know about its existence in the first place aren't even going to
be able to detect it's in use unless their files not only have
replaygain tags, but they're an improperly tagged gapless album.
> I must say too that the tone of your posts sound arrogant. I doubt
> that *any* argument would make you think over your opinion. Therefore
> it seems quite useless to discuss this topic any further.
I'm quite glad you can hear "tone" over the internet. Feel free to
assume any tone you'd like here. If you want the one it's actually
delivered in assume monotone without inflection. It's text. It's meant
to be read as such.
Received on 2009-06-20