[Vrstream] Book's length info is missing within its description

Keao Wright keaow at hawaii.rr.com
Tue Dec 26 08:11:06 EST 2017


It would be nice to have the narator info for the stream, but on the regular 
bard service on the computer your able to see that.

-----Original Message----- 
From: Joshua Hendrickson via Vrstream
Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2017 3:06 AM
To: Gerardo Corripio
Cc: VictorStream Users EMail List
Subject: Re: [Vrstream] Book's length info is missing within its description

Hi.  Just move books from the internal memory to an SD card once they
have been downloaded into the streams internal memory.  Also, not
having things like the narrator of the book, or the books length are
just how the bard service on the stream works.  I don't think any new
information will be changing regarding this any time soon.

On 12/26/17, Gerardo Corripio via Vrstream <vrstream at vrstreamusers.org> 
wrote:
>
> Firstly Merry Christmas to you'll! Hoping you had a pleasant Christmas 
> Eve,
> I come with the following: While in the Bard section in our Streams, in 
> the
> Wish List for instance, when describing the book with the Number5 key, why
> isn't the book's reading time shown? This info would be very useful if our
> Stream's internal memory is almost full, thus it'd allow us to determine 
> if
> we're to download Book A or book B. How many times has the download of 
> Book
> A given the Download failed!, making us delete a book from the internal
> memory, or read several books before being able to download the one we
> really desire!
> Also as an afterthought,, do you guys think it'll be useful also to have 
> the
> Nunber5 book descripction available within books that are already on our
> Streams? Every time I have to be reminded of what a book ′be on its 
> Internal
> memory, or on its external SD card", I find you loos several valuable
> seconds having to play the beginning of the book ′at least to the
> Annotation′ to be reminded of its synopsis.
> Gera
> Enviado desde mi iPhone 5S de Telcel
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