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@@ -675,21 +675,22 @@ To turn on and off your Rockbox enabled \dap{} use the following keys:
With the \dap{} connected to the computer as an MSC/UMS device (like a
USB Drive), music files can be put on the player via any standard file
transfer method that you would use to copy files between drives (e.g. Drag-and-Drop).
+Files may be placed wherever you like on the \dap{}, but it is strongly suggested
+not to place them in the \fname{/.rockbox} folder.
The default directory structure that is assumed by some parts of Rockbox
\opt{albumart}{%
(album art searching, and missing-tag fallback in some WPSes) uses the
parent directory of a song as the Album name, and the parent directory of
- that folder as the Artist name. While files may be organized however you
- like, see \reference{ref:album_art} for the requirements for Album
- Art to work properly, and WPSes may display information incorrectly if your
- files are not properly tagged, and you have your music organized in a way
- different than they assume when attempting to guess the Artist and Album
- names from your filetree.
+ that folder as the Artist name. WPSes may display information incorrectly if
+ your files are not properly tagged, and you have your music organized in a
+ way different than they assume when attempting to guess the Artist and Album
+ names from your filetree. See \reference{ref:album_art} for the requirements
+ for Album Art to work properly.
}%
\nopt{albumart}{%
(missing-tag fallback in some WPSes) uses the parent directory of a song
as the Album name, and the parent directory of that folder as the Artist
- name. While files may be organized however you like, WPSes may display
+ name. WPSes may display
information incorrectly if your files are not properly tagged, and you have
your music organized in a way different than they assume when attempting to
guess the Artist and Album names from your filetree.