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You try to press two keys simultaneously with one hand to get to WPS but you fail.
Why is this important? - Navigating the menu to go to the WPS requires several key presses and full attention on a very small screen. The two button method, on a player designed to be operated with one hand, is perfect for persons having two thumbs on that hand. Both methods are non-intuitive; especially first time rockbox users, unless they are "manual readers", have a hard time returning to the WPS. Mattofdoom has described the frustration of many of his friends about this. I think we want an intuitive, easy to use rockbox.
Llorean, you're not convincing me. I was about to suggest a poll before reading mattofdoom's posting, after that I was hoping you would accept his report about 20+ users finding rockbox on the Clip "nearly impossible to use" as a kind of result of some poll, though not under transparent conditions.
We've long since come to the conclusion that Rockbox can't be intuitive. There's just too much to it. Instead, we lean toward consistency. Once you learn how things work, they stay working that way between screens.
Quoting its manual "Power: Leave the radio screen with the radio playing". This isn't intuitive nor consistent between screens and players. Power button always stops the song or plugins, or at least it should. So, why was it made that way, different from all other players? Because the Clip+ has too few buttons, so an exception was made. This is unpredictable and confusing, even for someone used with Rockbox. Even worse for the Recording screen.
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