Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
I would like to access the playlist menu while listening to the current song.
then after the song you had in mind stops it would then play a similar song by a different artist.
All you have to do is hold down center button and it adds it to the playlist!
Quote from: darkenvy on November 14, 2010, 02:55:27 PMthen after the song you had in mind stops it would then play a similar song by a different artist. That snippet appears to be describing iTunes' smart playlists, a dynamic playlist which pieces together a series of tracks based upon various settings. Rockbox only supports static playlists, literally a list of songs to play. Now, Rockbox has many ways to create, modify, and manage playlists, but I think we're getting away from your original point which was:Quote from: darkenvy on November 13, 2010, 01:18:04 PMAll you have to do is hold down center button and it adds it to the playlist! Since you're talking about iPod, the way to do that is a long-press of select while highlighting said song, "insert next".Mind you Rockbox has at least ten times the options of the Apple firmware, so Rockbox just can't map them all to single button presses like Apple does.
Woah! This if far from what I'm saying. I am NOT describing the smart playlist, but a static playlist that I would have created which would have been a collection of songs from different artists. Like Goa-Psytrance favorites in one playlist; many artists but static playlist.
I don't understand why I cant look inside (for the contents of the playlist) without having to execute (play the first track) of the playlist.
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