Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Center on loaded theme FS#10391 (+ set_file bugfix FS#10392)
Re: Center on loaded theme FS#10391 (+ set_file bugfix FS#10392)
From: Thomas Martitz <thomas.martitz_at_student.htw-berlin.de>
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 18:26:08 +0200
Jonathan Gordon wrote:
> 2009/6/29 Thomas Martitz <thomas.martitz_at_student.htw-berlin.de
> Am Mo, 29.06.2009, 11:53, schrieb Marianne Arnold:
> > Until we would mark a loaded theme as modified (if it is) I
> don't think we
> > should pretend an accuracy that isn't there - just highlight the
> > thing in the list like it is now and be done with it. To be
> honest, I'm
> > not sure if it's worth the trouble and complication to track
> those changes
> > and "mark as modified" at all.
> It shouldn't be very complicated. We already know what settings
> are theme
> settings (for the "Save theme settings" menu option).
> Changing any of those would mark a global flag as dirty. Loading a cfg
> from the themes menu would reset it.
> If dirty is set we could do something like showing the last
> loaded, but
> with a "*" at the end (for modified), or show a special menu entry
> "<modified: based off theme XXX>")
> Best regards.
> That doesnt solve the problem where 2 themes are loaded and both work
> fine together... i.e on the hxxx's you could load a .cfg for the main
> lcd and a .cfg for the remote.... neither should be selected.
If they're working so well, the user can save the settings to make up a
new theme. We could even have a "Save as..." dialog when selecting the
I disagree that neither should be selected. And we pretty much define a
theme as 1 .cfg file.
Received on 2009-06-29