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@@ -14,41 +14,93 @@ Throughout this manual, the buttons on the \dap\ are labelled according to the
picture above.
\subsection{The \daps{} controls}
+
\blind{
- \opt{h1xx}{
- If you lie the \dap\ on the table with the joystick pointing towards you, and
- the curved sides at the top, the you will find the following if you start from
- the top-right corner and follow the side of the \dap: \ButtonOn, \ButtonOff,
- \ButtonMode, USB port, a small hole for resetting the \dap, charger plug,
- \ButtonRec, headphone minijack plug, remote port, optical/line in,
- optical/line out. The joystick in the middle of the \dap\ is used to navigate
- menus by pressing it up/down and left/right. Pressing the joystick down is
- labelled \ButtonSelect\ throughout this manual.
+
+ \opt{h1xx}{
+ If you lay the \dap\ on the 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:
+ \ButtonOn, \ButtonOff, \ButtonMode, USB port, a small hole for resetting the
+ \dap, charger plug, \ButtonRec, headphone minijack plug, remote port,
+ optical/line in, optical/line out. The joystick in the middle of the \dap\ is
+ used to navigate menus by pressing it up, down, left and right. Pressing the
+ joystick down is labelled \ButtonSelect\ throughout this manual. }
+
+ \opt{h300}{
+ Hold the lay the \dap\ so that the side with the button pad and
+ LCD is facing towards you. The buttons on the button pad are as follows: top
+ 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.
+
+ On the top panel of the \dap, from left to right, you can find the
+ following: headphone minijack plug, remote port, Line-in, Line-out.
+
+ 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
+ to connect your \dap\ to your computer. The USB port on the left is not
+ used in Rockbox.
}
+
+ \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,ipodcolor}{remote connector, headphone jack, hold switch.}
+ \opt{ipodvideo}{hold switch, headphone jack.}
+ \opt{ipodmini}{hold switch, remote connector, headphone jack.}
+
+ 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 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.
+ 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 hold switch is pushed toward the center of the \dap,
+ ``hold'' is on, and none of the other controls do anything. Be sure ``hold''
+ is off before trying to use your player.
+
+ }
+
\opt{ipodnano}{
- The main controls on the \playername{} are a slightly indented wheel with a
- flat round button in the center. Hold the \dap{} with these controls on the
+ 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 Hold switch at one end, and headphone and USB jacks
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
+ 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{}.
- 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'll need to move
+ or by 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 Hold switch is pushed toward the center of the \dap{},
+ Note that when the Hold switch is pushed toward the center of the \dap\,
Hold is on, and none of the other controls do anything; be sure Hold is
off before trying to use your player.
}
- \nopt{h1xx,ipodnano}{
+
+ \nopt{h1xx,h300,ipodnano,ipodvideo,ipodmini,ipod4g,ipodcolor}
+ {
\fixme{Write a section describing the \dap\ for blind users.}
}
}
+\subsection{Turning the \dap\ on and off}
To turn on and shut down your \dap, the following keys are used:
\begin{table}