Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: jump to time patch
Re: jump to time patch
From: Peter Lecky <lecky_lists_at_nextra.sk>
Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2010 22:33:49 +0200
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On 29.3.2010 21:48, Thomas Martitz wrote:
> Am 29.03.2010 21:33, schrieb Peter Lecky:
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>>> This seems like a pretty obscure feature to add to playback. In
>>> general I think new features should only be added to the GUI or
>>> playback system if they are overwhelming useful to a lot of users.
>>> Features like this that are only useful to a few users should
>>> probably not be included.
>>> That said some sort of official policy on what should and should not
>>> go in would be nice to have. Maybe we should discuss this at devcon.
>> Features like this can be useful mainly for blind users because they
>> often listen audio books and share these books between computer and
>> portable player. There are other similar things which can help but will
>> be probably used only by few (visually impaired) users.
> Have you seen the skip length feature?
> I can't imagine your patch to be used by blind people effectively.
> Entering numbers is a hurdle.
> Best regards.
i'm blind and using it every day. :) I have one another idea which can
improve typing (i will describe it in another mail).
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Received on 2010-03-29