Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
Accessed on Pause so you can view details and cycle through your playlist with FF/REW
As a purely personal opinion, I don't like to have to pause tracks to do anything, so this change is not very functional for me.Additionally, although I think it's great that the new playlist viewer functionality is available for WPS and admitting it may come handy in some cases, I prefer in general to go to the "view current playlist" screen, even if it's 3 clicks away, because when I view playlists, it's usually because I want to move tracks around, see/skip/go back several tracks ahead/back.
Thumbs up - subtle and effective use of colour, plenty of information, but easy to read.
...and all the graphics in general are very cool and original...
Quote from: audio-i on April 14, 2010, 12:42:13 PM...and all the graphics in general are very cool and original...Well, not quite...I did some quick Googling for "FSM" as I was pretty-damn-sure I had seen this image before (lord knows where I saw it though), and I didn't really turn up anything in the sense of licensing but mind you I didn't look too hard.Did you obtain the permission of the artist to use this graphic?Or check if this permission was needed?[St.]
I saw the image in the old WPS gallery, [St.] probably too. The image is taken down now even in the graveyard pages but the description of the theme is still there and the wiki user who added it has a familiar name. What's bothering me a bit is that you stated there in the old version that your theme is CC-BY-NC-SA and this is what I find when I search around venganza.org for a license. The additional "non-commercial" clause in there is not compatible with the GPL and the CC-by-SA which we require for themes now.I am not a lawyer and don't want to be the meanie but the license question should be cleared up in my opinion.
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