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authorRobert Menes <rmenes@rockbox.org>2009-01-14 11:50:45 +0000
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More fixes for blind descriptions: fix a small bug in the H10 manuals,
add some extra bits for the H300, added some descriptions of the Gigabeat X to the F/X manual, and fix a couple of tiny niggling issues with the Archos Player and Recorder v1/v2 manuals. git-svn-id: svn://svn.rockbox.org/rockbox/trunk@19771 a1c6a512-1295-4272-9138-f99709370657
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@@ -54,7 +54,10 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
On the top panel of the \dap{}, from left to right, you can find the
following: headphone mini jack plug, remote port, Line-in, Line-out.
- On the left hand side of the \dap{} is the internal microphone.
+ On the left hand side of the \dap{} is the internal microphone. Just underneath
+ this is a small hole, the reset switch. In the event that your \dap{} hard locks,
+ you can reset it by inserting a paper clip into the hole where the reset switch
+ is.
On the right hand side of the \dap{} is the \ButtonHold{} switch. When this is
switched towards the bottom of the \dap{}, hold is on, and none of the other
@@ -198,19 +201,24 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
hand side is the \ButtonPower{} button.
On the top panel of the \dap{}, from left to right, you can find the
- following: \ButtonHold() switch, \opt{h10}{reset pin hole, }remote port and
+ following: \ButtonHold{} switch, \opt{h10}{reset pin hole, }remote port and
headphone mini jack plug.
- On the bottom panel of the \dap{}, is the data cable port.}
+ On the bottom panel of the \dap{} is the data cable port.}
%
\opt{gigabeatf}{
+ \note{The following description is for the Gigabeat F, but can also apply for the
+ Gigabeat X. The Gigabeat F is slightly larger and more rectangular shaped, while the
+ Gigabeat X is smaller and has a slightly tapered back.}
+
Hold the \dap{} with the screen on top and the controls on the right hand side.
Below the screen is a cross-shaped touch sensitive pad which contains the
\ButtonUp{}, \ButtonDown{}, \ButtonLeft{} and \ButtonRight{} controls. On the
- top of the unit from left to right are the power socket, the \ButtonHold{}
- switch, and the headphone socket. The \ButtonHold{} switch puts the \dap{} into
- hold mode when it is switched to the right
- of the unit. The buttons will have no effect when this is the case.
+ Gigabeat X, this pad will feel slightly raised up, while it will feel slightly
+ sunken in on the Gigabeat F. On the top of the unit, from left to right, are the
+ power socket, the \ButtonHold{} switch, and the headphone socket. The
+ \ButtonHold{} switch puts the \dap{} into hold mode when it is switched to the
+ right of the unit. The buttons will have no effect when this is the case.
Starting from the left hand side on the bottom of the unit, nearer to the front
than the back, is a recessed switch which
@@ -225,7 +233,9 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
rocker volume switch with of the \ButtonVolDown{} button below the \ButtonVolUp{}
button. Above that is are two more small round buttons, the \ButtonMenu{}
button and nearest to the top of the unit the \ButtonPower{} button, which is held
- down to turn the \dap{} on or off.}
+ down to turn the \dap{} on or off. If you have a Gigabeat X, these buttons are small
+ metallic buttons that are place further up on the right hand side, and closer
+ together. The layout is still the same, however.}
%
\opt{gigabeats}{
Hold the \dap{} with the screen on top and the controls on the right hand side.
@@ -242,12 +252,13 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
than the front, is a recessed switch which controls whether the battery is on
or off. When this switch is to the left, the battery is disconnected.
This can be used for a hard reset of the unit, or if the \dap{} is being placed
- in storage. Next to that is a custom connector, presumably for planned accessories
- which were never released, and finally on the right hand side of the bottom of the
- unit is a mini USB socket for connecting directly to USB.
+ in storage. Next to that is a mini USB socket for connecting directly to USB,
+ and finally a custom connector, presumably for planned accessories which were
+ never released.
- Finally on the right hand side of the unit are some control buttons. Going from
- the bottom of the unit to the top there are three small round buttons, the
+ Finally on the right hand side of the unit are some control buttons and the power
+ connector. Going from the bottom of the unit to the top, there is the power
+ connector socket, followed by three small round buttons, the
\ButtonNext{} buttton, \ButtonPlay{} button, and \ButtonPrev{} button (from bottom
to top) then a rocker volume switch with of the \ButtonVolDown{} button below the
\ButtonVolUp{} button. Above that is one more small round button, the \ButtonPower{}
@@ -338,11 +349,11 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
Holding the Jukebox in front of you there should be two buttons to
the left of the unit and a single multi-way circular button to their right.
The buttons are as follows.%
- On the left hand side, the higher of the two small buttons is the \ButtonOn,
+ On the left hand side, the higher of the two small buttons is the \ButtonOn{},
the lower of the two buttons is the \ButtonMenu{} button. The large circular
- button on the right - push towards the top serves as \ButtonPlay, push towards
- the left is called \ButtonLeft, push towards the right \ButtonRight{} and push
- towards the bottom is labelled \ButtonStop.
+ button on the right - push towards the top serves as \ButtonPlay{}, push towards
+ the left is called \ButtonLeft{}, push towards the right \ButtonRight{} and push
+ towards the bottom is labelled \ButtonStop{}.
}
%
\opt{recorder}{
@@ -360,7 +371,7 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
\ButtonRight{} button, left of it is the \ButtonLeft{}, above it \ButtonUp, and
below the \ButtonPlay{} button there is the \ButtonDown{} button placed. In the row
of three rectangular buttons the following buttons can be found (from left to right):
- \ButtonFOne, \ButtonFTwo{} and \ButtonFThree.
+ \ButtonFOne{}, \ButtonFTwo{} and \ButtonFThree{}.
}
\opt{recorderv2fm}{
Holding the Jukebox in front of you, there should be three rectangular buttons
@@ -371,13 +382,13 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
The \ButtonOn{} button is the leftmost of the two buttons located below and to the
left of the navigation controls whereas the rightmost and little lower one of
- these two is called \ButtonOff. The round button raised slightly higher than the
+ these two is called \ButtonOff{}. The round button raised slightly higher than the
others in the centre of the navigation controls is the \ButtonPlay{} button. To
the right of the \ButtonPlay{} button there is the \ButtonRight{} button, left of
- it is the \ButtonLeft{}, above it \ButtonUp, and below the \ButtonPlay{} button
+ it is the \ButtonLeft{}, above it \ButtonUp{}, and below the \ButtonPlay{} button
there is the \ButtonDown{} button placed. In the row of three rectangular buttons
- the following buttons can be found (from left to right): \ButtonFOne, \ButtonFTwo{}
- and \ButtonFThree.
+ the following buttons can be found (from left to right): \ButtonFOne{}, \ButtonFTwo{}
+ and \ButtonFThree{}.
}
}