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authorFrank Gevaerts <frank@gevaerts.be>2008-09-05 18:55:38 +0000
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Adds descriptions to the manual for the iPod 1st, 2nd, and 3rd generations, and fixes some problems with the nano and Sansa c200 manuals (FS#9367 by Robert Menes)
git-svn-id: svn://svn.rockbox.org/rockbox/trunk@18423 a1c6a512-1295-4272-9138-f99709370657
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+++ b/manual/rockbox_interface/main.tex
@@ -60,15 +60,14 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
used in Rockbox.
}
%
- \opt{ipod4g,ipod3g,ipodcolor,ipodvideo,ipodmini}
- {
+ \opt{ipod4g,ipodcolor,ipodvideo,ipodmini}{
The main controls on the \dap{} are a slightly indented scroll wheel
with a flat round button in the center. Hold the \dap{} with these controls
facing you.
The top of the player will have the following, from left to
right:
- \opt{ipod4g, ipod3g ,ipodcolor}{remote connector, headphone jack, \ButtonHold{}
+ \opt{ipod4g,ipodcolor}{remote connector, headphone jack, \ButtonHold{}
switch.}
\opt{ipodvideo}{\ButtonHold{} switch, headphone jack.}
\opt{ipodmini}{\ButtonHold{} switch, remote connector, headphone jack.}
@@ -90,16 +89,70 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
\ButtonHold{} is off before trying to use your player.
}
%
+ \opt{ipod3g}{
+ The main controls on the \dap{} are a slightly indented touch wheel
+ with a flat round button in the center, and four buttons in a row above the
+ touch wheel. Hold the \dap{} with these controls
+ facing you.
+
+ The top of the player will have the following, from left to
+ right: remote connector, headphone jack, \ButtonHold{} switch.
+
+ The dock connector that is used to connect your \dap{} to your computer is on
+ the bottom panel of the \dap{}.
+
+ The button in the middle of the wheel is called \ButtonSelect{}. You can
+ operate the wheel by sliding your finger around it. The row of
+ buttons consists of, from left to right, the \ButtonLeft{},
+ \ButtonMenu{}, \ButtonPlay{}, and \ButtonRight{} buttons.
+ When the manual says to \ButtonScrollFwd{}, it means to slide your finger
+ clockwise around the wheel. \ButtonScrollBack{} means to slide your finger
+ counterclockwise. Note that the wheel is sensitive, so you will need to move
+ slowly at first and get a feel for how it works.
+
+ Note that when the \ButtonHold{} switch is pushed toward the center of the \dap{},
+ hold is on, and none of the other controls do anything. Be sure
+ \ButtonHold{} is off before trying to use your player.
+ }
+ %
+ \opt{ipod1g2g}{
+ The main controls on the \dap{} are a slightly indented wheel
+ with a flat round button in the center, and four buttons surrounding
+ it. On the 1st generation iPod, this wheel physically turns. On the
+ 2nd generation iPod, this wheel is touch-sensitive. Hold the \dap{} with these controls
+ facing you.
+
+ The top of the player will have the following, from left to
+ right: FireWire port, headphone jack, \ButtonHold{} switch.
+
+ The FireWire port is used to connect your \dap{} to the computer and
+ to charge its battery via a wall charger.
+
+ The button in the middle of the wheel is called \ButtonSelect{}. You can
+ operate the wheel by turning it, or sliding your finger around
+ it. The top is \ButtonMenu{}, the bottom is \ButtonPlay{}, the left
+ is \ButtonLeft{}, and the right is \ButtonRight{}.
+ When the manual says to \ButtonScrollFwd{}, it means to slide your finger
+ clockwise around the wheel. \ButtonScrollBack{} means to slide your finger
+ counterclockwise. Note that the wheel is sensitive, so you will need to move
+ slowly at first and get a feel for how it works.
+
+ Note that when the \ButtonHold{} switch is pushed toward the center of the \dap{},
+ hold is on, and none of the other controls do anything. Be sure
+ \ButtonHold{} is off before trying to use your player.
+ }
+ %
\opt{ipodnano}{
The main controls on the \dap{} are a slightly indented wheel with a
flat round button in the center. Hold the \dap{} with these controls on the
- top surface. There is a \ButtonHold{} switch at one end, and headphone and USB
- jacks at the other; be sure the end with the switch is facing away from you.
+ top surface. There is a \ButtonHold{} switch at one end, and
+ headphone and dock connector at the other; be sure the end with the
+ switch is facing away from you.
The button in the middle of the wheel is called \ButtonSelect{}. You can
operate the wheel by pressing the top, bottom, left or right sections,
or by sliding your finger around it. The top is \ButtonMenu{}, the bottom is
- \ButtonPlay, the left is \ButtonLeft, and the right is \ButtonRight{}.
+ \ButtonPlay{}, the left is \ButtonLeft{}, and the right is \ButtonRight{}.
When the manual says to \ButtonScrollFwd{}, it means to slide your finger
clockwise around the wheel. \ButtonScrollBack{} means to slide your finger
counterclockwise. Note that the wheel is sensitive, so you will need to move
@@ -266,7 +319,7 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
raised triangle on the \ButtonVolUp{} button. To the right of
the volume buttons on the top of the unit is the slot for inserting flash
memory cards. On the right side of the unit is the connector for the USB
- cable. At center of the bottom of the dap{} is the \ButtonRec{} button. To
+ cable. At center of the bottom of the \dap{} is the \ButtonRec{} button. To
the left of the \ButtonRec{} button is the \ButtonHold{} switch. Moving this
switch to the right activates hold mode, in which none of the other buttons
have any effect. On the lower left side of the unit is the headphone socket.