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Re: [Gnump3d-users] Bug+Request

From: Boris Kurktchiev
Subject: Re: [Gnump3d-users] Bug+Request
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 16:07:57 -0400
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On Monday 26 April 2004 14:43, Steve Kemp wrote:
>   Known bug which will be fixed when I gain CVS commit access tomorrow
>  when I return from Durham.

Thats cool I will wait till then to pull CVS and try it :).

>   As for random in current directory  it sounds like a nice idea which
>  would be trivial to implement, but I'd worry that it only makes sense
>  for largely populated directories.  For small ones (album sized) it
>  might look too cluttered.
>   Do you have any thoughts on that?  A cutoff seems natural, but might
>  be confusing .. some people seeing it, some not ..

Well one way is to see how many files there are in the current dir and if they 
are less then some number adjustable in the config file then do random from 
it if it isn't then do random from the main dir. That would be for 
dirrectories and the same should probably apply for single dirs with lots of 
files in it (e.g. a classical collection. I have 2 classical CDs but in each 
dir there are about 100/150 mp3s). This is the most logical thing that I can 
come up with :).
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