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    CarComp

    Did you receive my offer to update the manual for Media Engine?


    C!
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    Ummm... Bump?
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    • #3
      Sorry ya but i didn't get a chance to respond until now. We need a manual pretty bad, but none of the developers has time to write one so ya, if you want to write a manual for the current version, we can "fill in" the stuff that we add for the next release. Let me know what you think.
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      • #4
        What does this button do?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by C4M
          What does this button do?

          C!
          That one will recurse the directories, and load/show all files within the folder you select.

          For example you click that button, then the Radiohead folder, and rather than showing you all their albums as folders, it will show you all their songs from all the albums.


          Garry
          Co-Developer of A.I.M.E.E
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          • #6
            I guess that you can assume that I'm working on this slowly at the moment. I'm adding screenshots at the moment, which should be useful.

            Dev style people - is there any point on working on this at the moment? I read in another post that another version is on the way, and I really rather only do this once, savvy?

            What are the chances of getting screen shots or beta access to facilitate?

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            • #7
              Yes there is a major point in working on it... We have absolutely no documentation for anything at this time.
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              • #8
                I know this is probably pretty silly to say... but... If you need someone to use the users manual... I think I would be an ideal canidate! I must say though... so far I love everything about Media Engine... only complaint is that my fingers are too fat and big to hit the "Close" X on the upper corner of the touch screen... but as I said... if you would like someone to use the users manual... I will be one of the first to down load it!
                65 Mustang (Black on Black), 289 V8 Done up...
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                • #9
                  65Stang, just change the little gif that is the exit button to a bigger picture and you're all set. Look around in your ME directory for the picture of the button.
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                  • #10
                    ALRIGHT!!! No complaints now... see all I needed was a little manual... hahaha great thanks for all your help... Great forum... great people... awesome hobby!
                    65 Mustang (Black on Black), 289 V8 Done up...
                    Purple Neon (Chassis and Engine)
                    Lilliput 7" Touch Screen, P3 Laptop (DVD, MP3, GPS)
                    Pioneer Audio (Two 6x9's, Two 5 1/4's, Two 3 1/2's and a 10" Sub)
                    Powered by Two Pioneer 240W Amps

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