Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: NoDo or not?
Re: NoDo or not?
From: Jeff Goode <jeffg7_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2010 15:53:59 -0400
On 3/26/2010 15:36, Thomas Martitz wrote:
> Am 26.03.2010 20:30, schrieb Jeff Goode:
>> On 3/26/2010 15:10, Thomas Martitz wrote:
>>> Am 26.03.2010 20:08, schrieb Jeff Goode:
>>>> The persistence thing was in response to a note in FlySpray.
>>>> JdGordon didn't think the settings should carry over. I think they
>>>> should. This is a compromise so you can have it either way.
>>> I don't know why he thinks that, but disagree as well and it's
>>> clearly inconsistent with the lot of the other settings. Maybe that
>>> point should be discussed further before the patch goes in.
>>> Best regards.
>> FYI, your reply was off-list (personal email only).
> That wasn't my intention, why don't you reply to the list with quoting
> my text? Anyway, now I did it :)
Didn't think about it. Thanks.
>> Anyway, I think maybe he was thinking about pitchscreen settings and
>> such that don't hang around between settings. I think this is one of
>> those things that should stick around. His idea of viewing and
>> resetting hotkey settings is a good one, so some sort of menu is
>> necessary anyway. The persistence setting required about 10 lines of
>> code, maybe less, so it's not heavy to keep, just perhaps needlessly
>> I was considering making pitchscreen settings permanent, too. He
>> ought to like that. :)
> The pitchscreen is different. It's not a "setting", given you
> configure it in a separate UI screen not through the menus (except the
> timestretch thing, which is persistent).
I often listen to audiobooks and the like that benefit from being sped
up. It would be nice for the DAP to not "forget" that I sped up
playback when I turn it off. I'm probably in the minority though.
Received on 2010-03-26