Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
Edit: I've been playing around with trying to pinpoint this issue and it get stranger. Its seems that the software will not recognize the files in the directory unless I do a manual update of the database (I have rockbox set to auto-update). Even then, after an update, I have to reboot and if I try to play a file, the player will freeze and I have to take the battery out. After doing another reboot, the files will play fine.
One other thing to note, I am using auto-bookmarking and I have the database set to auto-update.
Hmm, just saw MarcGuay's reply but I still think that auto-update could have an influene if it somehow alters the file(s)...
There are two parts to bookmarking, what happens on stop ("Bookmark on stop") and what happens on play ("Load last bookmark"). The way I read the above is that bookmarks are automatically created on stop, but nothing is said about what happens on play (which is the interesting bit in this case).
Yeah doubt me all the way... I was just pointing out what I thought was the obvious truth, not something I know from digging through the code...
Apologies, I didn't mean to offend anyone
Nevermind if Lear's changes already clear things up and the problem is solved.
That is when the weirdness started to happen. Â When I powered down, I could see the "Bookmark Created" confirmation and when powering on I could see the bookmark under Recent Bookmarks, but when I manually selected it, to resume playback, it would just start at the beginning of the file.
I then turned "Load Last Bookmark" on, and that's when my original issue was replicated. Â After powering down, creating a bookmark, powering on, then trying to play the bookmark, I could no longer play any file, using the File Browser, and it would only flash the "Nothing to Resume" message.
Bookmark on Stop on- file would not resume
Just making sure here... After enabling "Load Last Bookmark", did you delete any file before the problem started? Could you attach/PM me the full path to the folder, the name of all files in it, as well as the .bmark file for that folder? That could give some ideas on what is going on...
Could you try "downgrading" to r16099-20080118 and see if the bookmarking starts working again?If so, perhaps this bug is the same one as reported in FS#8511(http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8511).
I'd be pretty surprised if that's the problem - the code wasn't changed much (only two lines, and they're trivial), and was moved from one source file to another.
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