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  • Is there a command to return to the default music folder?

    I've been playing with the Audio Browse skin and have a lot of MP3s in many folders.

    Is there a way to return to the default music folder without having to navigate back up through the folders?

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    Press and hold the "BROWSE" button .. or execute "!BROWSE" (this is a "GO HOME" feature)
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    • #3
      Thank Guino, I should have done a proper search before asking, I found it in the FAQ after submitting the question. But I didn't know about "!BROWSE", cheers!

      Are there other commands with ! I know of !SELECT+ and now !BROWSE are there others?

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      • #4
        All the "!" does is set the command to execute as if you press and hold a button.. any command that has a different function when press and hold can be executed like that.. the ones that don't will simply execute normally.
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        • #5
          Ah, I never knew that, will hopefully help me as I'm trying to redo the Audio player and Audio Browser skins.

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          • #6
            There isn't a chance that the following commands could be grouped in to a click and click-hold sequence. The reason I ask is because the audio browser skin has a lot of buttons and these four groupings would be a logical choise to use the hold functionality.

            "SELDL||PGUP" and "SELDL||GOTOFIRST"
            "SELDL||PGDOWN" and "SELDL||GOTOLAST"
            "SELPL||PGUP" and "SELPL||GOTOFIRST"
            "SELPL||PGDOWN" and "SELPL||GOTOLAST"


            In other words, if I click the dir pgdown it pages down if I hold it the dir list goes to last. Same with the others. Have a look at my audio browser skin to see how busy it is!


            What do you think about grouping these commands?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ruairi
              There isn't a chance that the following commands could be grouped in to a click and click-hold sequence. The reason I ask is because the audio browser skin has a lot of buttons and these four groupings would be a logical choise to use the hold functionality.
              "SELDL||PGUP" and "SELDL||GOTOFIRST"
              "SELDL||PGDOWN" and "SELDL||GOTOLAST"
              "SELPL||PGUP" and "SELPL||GOTOFIRST"
              "SELPL||PGDOWN" and "SELPL||GOTOLAST"
              In other words, if I click the dir pgdown it pages down if I hold it the dir list goes to last. Same with the others. Have a look at my audio browser skin to see how busy it is!
              What do you think about grouping these commands?
              People Ask features, I make them.. but it's impossible to fit all in a single screen -- I imgined people would group functions "alike" together in menus (never happened)..

              anyway, the problem is that people with large file lists, will complain.. PGUP/DOWN are supposed to be repeatedly executed when holding them (as a fast scroll). I can at most, make it so that press and hold GOTOLAST/GOTOFIRST will act as PGUP/PGDOWN, but any other way this would interfere with the way the commands are supposed to work.

              I could make two extra commands like: PGUPEX and PGDOWNEX to perform exactly what you want, but it would still be awkward (compared to normal operation) in my opinion.
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              • #8
                newbie question.... what does !SELECT+ do? thanks
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                • #9
                  Guino, I forgot about the scroll in page down/up for multiple pages. I'll drop the idea ad keep them seperate.

                  Cheers for your help.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Chita79
                    newbie question.... what does !SELECT+ do? thanks
                    The same as Select+ except that it stays in the Browser window.. you can do it by press and holding the select+ button too..
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