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FS#3012 - List scroller with new page at limits.

Attached to Project: Rockbox
Opened by Musicmad (musicmad) - Sunday, 12 February 2006, 01:01 GMT
Last edited by Musicmad (musicmad) - Monday, 13 February 2006, 21:07 GMT
Task Type Patches
Category
Status Closed
Assigned To No-one
Operating System
Severity Low
Priority Normal
Reported Version
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 100%
Votes 0
Private No

Details

This patch makes the GUI jump to a new page everytime a
list scroller is about to go outside the viewable
areas. Much like the original iRiver. This works very
well with the slow update speed of the display. Only
tested with H120.

Very simple patch - still needs to reset the button
repeat delay everytime this happens I think.
This task depends upon

Closed by  Musicmad (musicmad)
Monday, 13 February 2006, 21:07 GMT
Reason for closing:  Fixed
Comment by Musicmad (musicmad) - Sunday, 12 February 2006, 01:02 GMT

These are my first lines of C code ever so please bear with
me btw.
Comment by Musicmad (musicmad) - Sunday, 12 February 2006, 15:05 GMT

- The patch is now an option in the file view settings menu.
Comment by Musicmad (musicmad) - Sunday, 12 February 2006, 15:17 GMT

- moved option to Display>scrolling.
Comment by lshachar (lshachar) - Monday, 13 February 2006, 13:43 GMT

Hey. I just wanted to tell you (and everyone else...) that a
while ago, we had the pointer always pointing in the 2/3
middle of the screen. that means you would have reached the
last 1-3 files only at list ends (top or bottom, depending
on font size.)
today the pointer stops at the one-before-last item, and
then the list starts to scroll.
The change was because of how lists are now handled (list.c)

a. I liked the old way better (if you come to think
about it, it was a better way...)
b. sometimes there are very small abnormal behaviors -
like after selecting a file >> open with... command, the
list doesn't return to the exact same position
c. you can hold ON+UP/DOWN on a list to make the GUI jump
to an new page as it is now!
Comment by Musicmad (musicmad) - Monday, 13 February 2006, 15:33 GMT

Thanks - but I know all this, and I don't think either
method works as good as this one, but hey - it's an option...

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