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post #1606 of 1976
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Originally Posted by 7S Cameron View Post

Noob question here: what is the " official Rockbox repository"?
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Originally Posted by tackytiger View Post

It's where the Rockbox source code is held;

http://git.rockbox.org/?p=rockbox.git;a=tree

.. And where all the official builds come from. until now, nobody ever had an official build on his DX50/DX90 I think. But (I hope) soon you will be able to download a very well working build from the rockbox page with all the latest rockbox changes.
To get changes into this repository, every developer needs to upload his changes to "gerrit". In gerrit all other rockbox devs can look at the proposed change and give tips what cold be done better or just deny it. The dev can then correct his proposed change until all senior devs are happy (what sometimes never happens). Then, one of the senior devs merges the change to the repository. Through this procedure we had to go, me first and later ArgelErx. But my change (initial DX50/90 submission which was not very professional) has not been looked at very critical while ArgelErx had to put a lot of effort into splitting his "cleanup" into small changes.
Edited by cholero - 2/9/15 at 9:48pm
post #1607 of 1976
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Originally Posted by cholero View Post

...

 

The difference with "Moder UI" is:

  • in WPS -> Turn off backlight

To go to the main menu from WPS you need to press and hold play button.

The other difference is, that when screen is off, no button will enable backlight except "Power" button. And when Power button is pressed, the current Power Button action (like cancel) is ignored.

 

I would have liked to extend the "modern ui" mod to one thing: it should jump to WPS when display goes off, no matter where in the menu you are currently. It seemed to me to be not easily implementable

OK - I didn't realize it was only in the WPS but mine still doesn't do that; press and hold play does go to main menu but power doesn't seem to do anything in WPS until you press it long enough to shutdown...

 

Does this need default theme (I changed it to naranjada)?

 

Sorry if silly question - still very new to this.

post #1608 of 1976
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Originally Posted by petecc View Post
 

Does this need default theme (I changed it to naranjada)?

Good decicion :D, but "no", button mapping is theme-independent.

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Originally Posted by petecc View Post
 

OK - I didn't realize it was only in the WPS but mine still doesn't do that; press and hold play does go to main menu but power doesn't seem to do anything in WPS until you press it long enough to shutdown...

this is proven to be working :confused:. What build are you using? Do other buttons than "power" also wake up the screen when it was dark?

post #1609 of 1976
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Originally Posted by cholero View Post
 

Good decicion :D, but "no", button mapping is theme-independent.

this is proven to be working :confused:. What build are you using? Do other buttons than "power" also wake up the screen when it was dark?

 

OK - if you lock and then unlock it wakes. That and the power button are the only actions that do.

 

I used the link on page one of this thread (as of about a week ago).

post #1610 of 1976
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Originally Posted by petecc View Post
 

 

OK - if you lock and then unlock it wakes. That and the power button are the only actions that do.

 

I used the link on page one of this thread (as of about a week ago).

 

-> So the build should be the correct one. I am using this one too. What else? Maybe you have set the backlight "always"?

post #1611 of 1976
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Originally Posted by cholero View Post
 

 

-> So the build should be the correct one. I am using this one too. What else? Maybe you have set the backlight "always"?

Got it! It was the backlight fade out; set that off an it works. It was on by default but I didn't really like the effect - just hadn't found the setting.

 

Thanks for the help. :bigsmile_face: 

post #1612 of 1976
That means that it does not go off when fade out is enabled or did you not wait long enough?
post #1613 of 1976
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Originally Posted by cholero View Post

That means that it does not go off when fade out is enabled or did you not wait long enough?

 

It doesn't go off, with backlight set to 'on' anyway (unless it takes a very long time).

post #1614 of 1976

Would it be possible to have the backlight go on, and screen to wake up by double tapping the screen?

post #1615 of 1976

possibly; if you find someone willing to do it :D

post #1616 of 1976
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Originally Posted by cholero View Post
 

possibly; if you find someone willing to do it :D

 

 

It would really be useful, I'm paranoid about wearing out the power button, you see :D

post #1617 of 1976
I was able to turn off the backlight without turning off the touchscreen, although it burn battery like crazy so I doubt it will be a good idea.
post #1618 of 1976
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Originally Posted by mp3 View Post
 

Would it be possible to have the backlight go on, and screen to wake up by double tapping the screen?

 

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Originally Posted by ph0n6 View Post

I was able to turn off the backlight without turning off the touchscreen, although it burn battery like crazy so I doubt it will be a good idea.
 

Without choleros modern ui mod:

 

Every button press will activate backlight (except with hold engaged). Touchscreen acts as button in this regard.

 

Settings -> General Settings -> Display -> LCD Settings -> Sleep (After Backlight Off)

 

This determins how long the touchscreen will stay alive after the backlight is off.

 

Settings -> General Settings -> Display -> LCD Settings -> First Buttonpress Enables Backlight Only

 

Does what the name implies.

 

Touchscreen/backlight/button interaction is still a work in progress. The modern ui mod and the hold switch configuration is still under review.

post #1619 of 1976

But that means the screen lights up when I change tracks with the buttons, I'd like the screen to light up when I double tap it, like on the LG G2. I know I'm difficult :redface: 

post #1620 of 1976
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Originally Posted by mp3 View Post

But that means the screen lights up when I change tracks with the buttons, I'd like the screen to light up when I double tap it, like on the LG G2. I know I'm difficult redface.gif  

that's more of a kernel settings for android handhelds and hardware for LG G2. i think it is possible but not useful. you'll just waste your dap's precious battery life
Edited by cub0ne - 2/11/15 at 6:33am
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