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Selecting \setting{Resume Playback} will resume playback where it was when the \dap{} was shut off if there is a playlist to resume and will then end up in the WPS. Selecting \setting{Previous Screen} will make Rockbox start in the screen it was when the \dap{} was shut off. \nopt{sansa}%will probably be there on Sansas one day - exclude it the simple way without specific option {\nopt{sansaAMS}{ \subsection{Battery} Options relating to the \opt{archos}{batteries}\nopt{archos}{battery} in the \dap. \begin{description} \item [Battery Capacity: ]This setting can be used to tell Rockbox what capacity (in mAh) the battery being used has. The default is \opt{player,recorder}{1500mAh}% \opt{recorderv2fm}{2200mAh}% \opt{ondiosp,ondiofm}{1000mAh}% \opt{h100,h300}{1300mAh}% \opt{ipodmini}{400mAh (1G) or 630mAh (2G)}% \opt{ipodcolor}{700mAh}% \opt{ipodnano}{300mAh}% \opt{ipodvideo}{400mAh (30GB) or 600mAh (60/80GB)}% \opt{ipod4g}{630mAh}% \opt{ipod3g}{630mAh}% \opt{ipod1g2g}{1200mAh}% \opt{m5,x5}{950mAh}% \opt{gigabeatf}{2000mAh}% \opt{gigabeats}{700mAh}% , which is the capacity value for the standard \opt{archos}{batteries}\nopt{archos}{battery} shipped with the \dap. Rockbox uses this value for runtime estimation, not battery percentage calculation. Changing this setting has no effect whatsoever on actual battery life. This setting only affects the accuracy of the runtime estimation as shown on screen. \opt{iaudio}{Rockbox does not automatically distinguish between the L'' models and the simple'' models which determine the default value. If your dap{} is an \opt{m5}{M5L}\opt{x5}{X5L} set the value to 2250mAh for more accuracy in the runtime estimation.} \opt{ipod,sansa}{This value is fairly meaningless in the \playerman{} family at present, and work is on-going into finding a better way to determine battery life.} \opt{battery_types}{ \item [Battery Type: ]This setting tells Rockbox which type of battery is currently used in the \dap{}. The two supported battery types are Alkaline'' or NiMH''.} \opt{usb_charging}{ \item [Charge During USB Connection: ]This option lets you control whether the \dap{} should charge during the USB connection and hence draw the full 500mA. Turning it \setting{Off} is recommended if the dap{} is connected through an unpowered USB hub or a laptop port. } \end{description} }} \opt{dircache,HAVE_DISK_STORAGE}{ \subsection{Disk} Options relating to the hard disk. \begin{description} \opt{HAVE_DISK_STORAGE}{ \item [Disk Spindown: ]Rockbox has a timer that makes it spin down the hard disk after it is idle for a certain amount of time. This setting controls the amount of time between the last user activity and the time that the disk spins down. This idle time is only affected by user activity, like navigating through the \setting{File Browser}. When the hard disk spins up to fill the audio buffer, it automatically spins down afterwards. } \opt{dircache}{ \item [Directory Cache: ]Rockbox has the ability to cache the contents of your drive in RAM. The \setting{Directory Cache} takes a small amount of memory away from Rockbox that would otherwise be used to buffer music, but it speeds up navigation in the file browser by eliminating the slight pause between the time a navigation button is pressed and the time Rockbox responds. Turning this setting on activates the directory cache, and turning it off deactivates the directory cache. \note{The first time you enable the directory cache, Rockbox will request a reboot of the \dap{} and upon restarting take a few minutes to scan the drive. After this, the directory cache will work in the background.} } \end{description} } % \opt{dircache,HAVE_DISK_STORAGE} \subsection{Idle Poweroff} Rockbox can be configured to turn off power after the unit has been idle for a defined number of minutes. The \dap{} is idle when playback is stopped or paused. It is not idle while the USB or charger is connected \opt{recording}{, or while recording}. Settings are either \setting{Off} or \setting{1} to \setting{10} minutes in 1 minute steps. Then \setting{15,30,45} and \setting{60} minutes are available. \subsection{Limits} This sub menu relates to limits in the Rockbox operating system. \begin{description} \item [Max Entries in File Browser: ]This setting controls the limit on the number of files that you can put in any particular directory in the file browser. You can configure the size to be between 50 and 10,000 files in steps of 50. The default is 400. Higher values will shorten the music buffer, so you should increase this setting \emph{only} if you have directories with a large number of files. \item [Max Playlist Size: ]This setting controls the maximum size of a playlist. The playlist size can be between 1,000 and 32,000 files, in steps of 1,000 (default is 10,000). Higher values will shorten the music buffer, so you should increase this setting \emph{only} if you have very large playlists. \end{description} % TODO: this needs to be rewritten in another style, it lets you mix sound from another source into the music \opt{player}{ \subsection{Line In} This option activates the line in port on \dap, which is off by default. This is useful for such applications as: \begin{itemize} \item Game boy $\rightarrow$ \dap $\rightarrow$ human \item laptop $\rightarrow$ \dap $\rightarrow$ human \item LAN party computer $\rightarrow$ \dap $\rightarrow$ human \end{itemize} } \opt{HAVE_CAR_ADAPTER_MODE}{ \subsection{Car Adapter Mode} This option turns \setting{On} and \setting{Off} the car ignition auto stop function. \begin{description} \item [Car Adapter Mode: ]When using the \dap{} in a car, \setting{Car Adapter Mode} automatically stops playback on the \dap{} when power (i.e. from cigarette lighter power adapter) to the external DC in jack is turned off. If the \setting{Car Adapter Mode} is set to \setting{On}, Rockbox will pause playback when the external power off condition is detected. Rockbox will then shutdown the \dap{} after the length of time set in the \setting{Idle Poweroff} setting (see above). If power to the DC in jack is turned back on before the \emph{Idle Poweroff} function has shut the \dap{} off, playback will be resumed 5 seconds after the power is applied. This delay is to allow for the time while the car engine is being started. \end{description} Once the \dap{} is shut off either manually, or automatically with the \setting{Idle Poweroff} function, it must be powered up manually to resume playback. } \opt{accessory_supply}{ \subsection{Accessory Power Supply} This option turns the accessory power supply \setting{On} and \setting{Off}. The Apple accessory protocol has been partially implemented in Rockbox, and thus there is a reasonable chance that your favourite accessory will work. The accessory may require power from the \dap{} to function, and if so you should turn this option \setting{On}. If it is not required, then turning this setting \setting{Off} will save battery and therefore result in better runtime. } \opt{HAVE_BUTTON_LIGHTS}{ \opt{e200,e200v2}{ \subsection{Wheel Light Timeout} This setting controls the amount of time the wheel lights shine after a button press or wheel turn. If set to \setting{Off}, the LEDs will not light when a button is pressed. If set to \setting{On}, the lights will never shut off. If set to a time (1 to 120 seconds), the wheel will stay lit for that amount of time after a button press or wheel turn. } \nopt{e200,e200v2}{ \subsection{Button Light Timeout} This setting controls the amount of time the button lights shine after a button press. If set to \setting{Off}, the LEDs will not light when a button is pressed. If set to \setting{On}, the lights will never shut off. If set to a time (1 to 120 seconds), the buttons will stay lit for that amount of time after a button press. } \opt{gigabeatf}{ \subsection{Button Light Brightness} Changes the brightness of the button lights. } } \opt{usb_hid}{ \subsection{USB keypad Mode} This setting control the keypad mode when the \dap{} is attached to a computer through USB. The \dap{} registers itself as a USB keyboard (in addition to being identified as a mass-storage device). Pressing a button on the \dap{} sends a keystroke the computer the \dap{} is attached to, according to the mapping set by the keypad mode. The \dap{}'s keys can be mapped in different sets (modes) to achieve different functionality. The following modes are available: \begin{description} \item [Multimedia: ]This mode lets you control the volume, playback, and skips tracks on the host computer. It is equivalent for the multimedia keys found on top of some multimedia keyboards. \begin{table} \begin{btnmap}{}{} % % Volume up / down \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD} {\ButtonScrollBack / \ButtonScrollFwd} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD} {\ButtonVolUp / \ButtonVolDown} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonScrollUp / \ButtonScrollDown} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{\ButtonUp / \ButtonDown} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{\ButtonRCVolUp / \ButtonRCVolDown}% } & Volume up / down, respectively \\ % % Volume mute \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD% ,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {\ButtonSelect} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{\ButtonSelect; \ButtonBack} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonFF} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{Long \ButtonRCFF}% } & Volume mute \\ % % Playback play / pause \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD}{\ButtonUp} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD,IRIVER_H10_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD% ,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {\ButtonPlay} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{\ButtonRCPlay}% } & Play / Pause \\ % % Playback stop \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD}{\ButtonPower} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{\ButtonMenu} \opt{SANSA_CLIP_PAD}{\ButtonHome} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonRew} \opt{IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD}{Long \ButtonPlay} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{\ButtonDisplay} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{Long \ButtonRCPlay}% } & Stop \\ % % Scan previous / next track \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD% ,IRIVER_H10_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD% ,MROBE100_PAD} {\ButtonLeft / \ButtonRight} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{\ButtonRCRew / \ButtonRCFF}% } & Scan previous / next track \\ \end{btnmap} \end{table} \item [Presentation: ]This mode lets you control a presentation program (e.g. OpenOffice Impress, and some other popular application), making the \dap{} a wired remote control device. This mode is can be useful for lecturers who does not have a wireless remote control for this purpose. \begin{table} \begin{btnmap}{}{} % % Slideshow start / leave \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD}{\ButtonUp / \ButtonPower} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PADIRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonPlay / \ButtonMenu} \opt{SANSA_CLIP_PAD}{\ButtonUp / \ButtonHome} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonPlay / \ButtonRew} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD} {\ButtonPlay / Long \ButtonPlay} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{\ButtonPlay / \ButtonDisplay} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{\ButtonRCPlay / Long \ButtonRCPlay}% } & Slideshow start / leave, respectively \\ % % Slide previous / next \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD% ,IRIVER_H10_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {\ButtonLeft / \ButtonRight} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{\ButtonRCRew / \ButtonRCFF}% } & Slide previous / next, respectively \\ % % Slide first / last \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD% ,IRIVER_H10_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {Long \ButtonLeft / Long \ButtonRight} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & Slide first / last, respectively \\ % % Screen black \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD} {\ButtonDown} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonPower} \opt{IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD}{\ButtonMenu} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & Blank screen \\ % % Screen white \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD} {Long \ButtonDown} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{Long \ButtonMenu} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & White screen \\ % % Link previous / next \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD} {\ButtonScrollBack / \ButtonScrollFwd} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD} {\ButtonVolUp / \ButtonVolDown} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonScrollUp / \ButtonScrollDown} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{\ButtonUp / \ButtonDown} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{\ButtonRCVolUp / \ButtonRCVolDown}% } & Previous / next link in slide, respectively \\ % % Mouse click \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD% ,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {\ButtonSelect} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{\ButtonSelect; \ButtonBack} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonFF} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{Long \ButtonRCFF}% } & Perform a 'mouse click' over a link \\ % % Mouse over \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD% ,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {Long \ButtonSelect} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{Long \ButtonSelect; Long \ButtonBack} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{Long \ButtonRCRew}% } & Perform a 'mouse over' over a link \\ \end{btnmap} \end{table} \item [Browser: ]This mode lets you control a web browser (e.g. Firefox). It uses the \dap{}'s keys to navigate through the web page and different tabs, navigate through history, and to control zoom. \begin{table} \begin{btnmap}{}{} % % Scroll up / down \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD} {\ButtonScrollBack / \ButtonScrollFwd} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD} {\ButtonVolUp / \ButtonVolDown} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonScrollUp / \ButtonScrollDown} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{\ButtonUp / \ButtonDown} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{\ButtonRCVolUp / \ButtonRCVolDown}% } & Scroll up / down, respectively \\ % % Scroll page up / page down \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD} {\ButtonUp / \ButtonDown} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{\ButtonPlay / \ButtonDown} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonPlay / \ButtonPower} \opt{IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {\ButtonPlay / \ButtonMenu} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{\ButtonRCPlay / Long \ButtonRCDsp}% } & Scroll page up / page down, respectively \\ % % Zoom in / out \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD} {Long \ButtonUp / Long \ButtonDown} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{Long \ButtonPlay / Long \ButtonPower} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{Long \ButtonPlay / Long \ButtonMenu} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & Zoom in / out, respectively \\ % % Zoom reset \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {Long \ButtonSelect} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{Long \ButtonSelect; Long \ButtonBack} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{Long \ButtonRCRew}% } & Zoom reset \\ % % Tab previous / next \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD% ,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {\ButtonLeft / \ButtonRight} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonRew / \ButtonFF} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & Tab previous / next, respectively \\ % % Tab close \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD}{Long \ButtonPower} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{Long \ButtonMenu} \opt{SANSA_CLIP_PAD}{Long \ButtonHome} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{Long \ButtonDisplay} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & Tab close \\ % % History back / forward \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD% ,IRIVER_H10_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {Long \ButtonLeft / Long \ButtonRight} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{\ButtonRCRew / \ButtonRCFF}% } & History back / forward \\ % % View full-screen \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD% ,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD,MROBE100_PAD} {\ButtonSelect} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{Long \ButtonSelect; Long \ButtonBack} \opt{IRIVER_H10_PAD}{\ButtonFF} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{ & \opt{GIGABEAT_RC_PAD}{Long \ButtonRCRew}% } & View full-screen toggle \\ \end{btnmap} \end{table} {\opt{usb_hid_mouse}{ \item [Mouse: ]This mode emulates a mouse. Features supported: Mouse movement; left and right button clicking; and dragging and dropping. \begin{table} \begin{btnmap}{}{} % % Cursor move up / down / left / right \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD% ,MROBE100_PAD} {\ButtonUp / \ButtonDown / \ButtonLeft / \ButtonRight} \opt{IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD} {\ButtonMenu / \ButtonPlay / \ButtonLeft / \ButtonRight} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & Cursor move up / down / left / right, respectively \\ % % Mouse button left-click \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD% ,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD} {\ButtonSelect} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{\ButtonSelect; \ButtonBack} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{\ButtonSelect; \ButtonMenu} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & Left mouse button click \\ % % Mouse button right-click \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD}{\ButtonPower} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD}{\ButtonMenu} \opt{SANSA_CLIP_PAD}{\ButtonHome} \opt{MROBE100_PAD}{\ButtonPlay} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & Right mouse button click \\ % Mouse wheel scroll up / down \opt{SANSA_E200_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD,IPOD_3G_PAD,IPOD_1G2G_PAD} {\ButtonScrollBack / \ButtonScrollFwd} \opt{GIGABEAT_S_PAD,SANSA_C200_PAD,SANSA_CLIP_PAD} {\ButtonVolUp / \ButtonVolDown} \opt{HAVEREMOTEKEYMAP}{& } & Mouse wheel scroll up / down, respectively \\ \end{btnmap} \end{table} }} \end{description} }