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How do you propose to do fine-seeking with it set at 1 minute, then? Just sit and wait 45 seconds if you need to go 15 seconds back after getting nearby?
... when you make the request without having actually used Rockbox.
We have party mode, which changes the behavior of certain keys. I would prefer to see this functionality accessed in a similar way -- i.e. the user voluntarily chooses to enter a mode which gives quick access to file deletion and track skip. I certainly don't think this should be any sort of default behavior, though.
Any feature ideas from my side do not have to be in the default Rockbox distribution. It would be enough if users had those options in a non-default way.. . .What I know for sure is I will implement it at least for myself sooner or later.
I will also have a closer look what the party mode is about in the manual. Thanks for the hint.
QuoteHow do you propose to do fine-seeking with it set at 1 minute, then? Just sit and wait 45 seconds if you need to go 15 seconds back after getting nearby?I am not sure Llorean if you read the Rockbox manual. See chapter 7.15 Skip Length"Note: To skip tracks with this setting set to a time interval, press Short Prev + Long Next to go forward and Short Next + Long Prev to go back."I think this should answer your above question.
...replace them with track deletion ... you'd have a lot of users just starting out ending up removing tracks accidentally because they expected holding the skip buttons to do what they should (compared to the OF anyway), and not be deleting the track and skipping to the next.
We believe that you should never need to go through a series of menus for an action you perform frequently. We also believe that you should be able to configure almost anything about Rockbox you could want, pertaining to functionality. It is written by users, for users.
That doesn't answer my question at all. I said "fine seeking" and even clarified what I meant to mean seeking very small amounts. You just told me how to skip tracks which is basically the opposite of what I was asking.
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