Hello, just joined the board. I have an LG Urbane 2nd Edition, AT&T LTE -
I have previously created Faces for Samsung Gear S2 using the Gear Watch Designer Program. I like how that was an installed program that was an Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop Like Program for Designing Faces.
Was cool and all, but very glitchy, in Beta, and doesn't seem to be supported currently.
Anywho, I'm LOVING my Android wear compared to using Tizen, and discovering today how powerful Facer can be to create a face.
I have some questions about creating a face.
I have looked into getting a "gif animation effect" and see that the best way would be to do a conditional. I want the animation to be a rotation that will have 60 frames, and set each image to something like:
5 images Tag for Example -
$ #Ds# == "0" ? 1 : 0 $
$ #Ds# == "1" ? 1 : 0 $
$ #Ds# == "2" ? 1 : 0 $
$ #Ds# == "3" ? 1 : 0 $
$ #Ds# == "4" ? 1 : 0 $
$ #Ds# == "5" ? 1 : 0 $
To Clarify, does #Ds# (Second in minute) run from 1-60? Is the #DsZ# Second in minute (leading zero) 0-59?
Does the above conditional look like it will work?
 What about using the Second Hand rotational value?
DseT# Value for second hand rotation 330
This sounds like it would be smoother, but pooling from 360 images (360 degree rotation) rather than 60 images 1 per second?
Also, one thing that disappointed me, is that it says the dpi of the images used in other templates for facer need to be 72ppi. The Urbane 2 is ~348ppi. Any way of doing higher resolution images?
I look forward to creating some awesome faces!