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%
\opt{h100}{
- If you put the \dap{} on a table with the joystick pointing
- towards you, and the curved sides at the top, you will find the following
- if you start from the top-right corner and follow the side of the \dap{} in a
- clockwise direction:
- On the right side the buttons \ButtonOn{}, \ButtonOff{}, \ButtonMode{} and
- the \ButtonHold{} switch. Next comes the USB port on the bottom,
- a small hole for resetting the \dap{}, then the charger plug. On the left
- side is the \ButtonRec{} button. The top has a headphone mini-jack plug,
- remote port, optical/line in and optical/line out connectors.
- The joystick in the middle of the \dap{} is
- used to navigate menus by pressing it up, down, left and right. Pressing the
- joystick button is labelled \ButtonSelect{} throughout this manual. Its
- directions are labelled \ButtonRight{}, \ButtonDown{}, \ButtonLeft{} and
- \ButtonUp{}.
-
- The internal microphone is located on the left hand side of the nit towards the
- top. As mentioned, there is a small hole on the bottom of the unit
- between the power and USB sockets. You can hard-reset the device by inserting
- a paperclip into this hole.}
+ Hold or lay the \dap{} so that the side with the joystick and LCD is facing
+ towards you, and the curved side is at the top. The joystick functions as
+ the \ButtonUp{}, \ButtonRight{}, \ButtonLeft{}, and \ButtonDown{} buttons when
+ pressed in the appropriate direction. Pressing the joystick down functions as
+ \ButtonSelect{}.
+ On the right side of the \dap{} are the \ButtonOn{}, \ButtonOff{},
+ \ButtonMode{} buttons, and the \ButtonHold{} switch. When this switch is
+ switched towards the bottom of the \dap{}, hold is on, and none of the other
+ buttons have any effect.
+
+ On the left side is the \ButtonRec{} button. Above that is the internal microphone.
+
+ On the top panel of the \dap{}, from left to right, you can find the
+ following: headphone mini jack plug, remote port, Optical line-in, Optical Line-out.
+
+ On the bottom panel of the \dap{}, from left to right, you can find the
+ following: power jack, reset switch, and USB port. 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.}
%
\opt{h300}{
Hold or lay the \dap{} so that the side with the button pad and
@@ -49,10 +49,16 @@ described in detail in the following paragraph.
left corner: \ButtonOn{}, bottom left corner: \ButtonOff{}, top right corner:
\ButtonRec, bottom right corner: \ButtonMode{}. In the center of the button pad
is a button labelled \ButtonSelect{}. Surrounding the \ButtonSelect{} button are
- four directional buttons used to navigate up, down, left and right.
+ the \ButtonUp{}, \ButtonDown{}, \ButtonLeft{}, and \ButtonRight{} buttons.
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.
+ 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 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
+ buttons have any effect.
On the bottom panel of the \dap{}, from left to right, you can find the
following: power jack and two USB ports. The USB port on the right is used
@@ -527,10 +533,10 @@ The default directory structure that is assumed by some parts of Rockbox
\subsection{The first contact}
-After you have first started the \dap{} you'll be presented by the
+After you have first started the \dap{}, you'll be presented by the
\setting{Main Menu}. From this menu you can reach every function of Rockbox,
for more information (see \reference{ref:main_menu}). To browse the files
-on you \dap{} select \setting{Files} (see \reference{ref:file_browser}), and to
+on you \dap{}, select \setting{Files} (see \reference{ref:file_browser}), and to
browse in a view that is based on the meta-data\footnote{ID3 Tags, Vorbis
comments, etc.} of your audio files, select \setting{Database} (see
\reference{ref:database}).