Hi @ll & @Facer_Official, @Facer-Staff
When i built my newest interactive watchface i had, because of the lot of work, some fresh ideas.
My goal was to create a real fully customable watch face.
I was able to do a lot of it with combinations of the new #VAR#-Command (Changeable displays, changeable accent and changeable inner field). For defining the colour of the hands i used the theme-mode.
Unfortunatly i ran out of possibilities soon, because of the #VAR#-limitation.
Normally i planned to make changeable hour blocks, colours for dial- and/or displaytexts and light rings at the subdials.
It was a heck of work to create all those different layers in Photoshop, save them separatly in png-format, load them in creator and bind them to the #VAR#-Option. At this frustrating point in this very boring workflow i suddenly had an interesting idea you should think about.
That brings up another important feature i would like to have for all of us.
At the moment, there is only one colour theme for the whole watch face.
I think, if we want to have real nice watch faces we need about four or five different separate themes (hands, text, field colours, hour blocks, accents).
This could save a lot of work and memory consumption, because we would only need one layer for every item in a grey versiont which coud be tinted.
And it would be even greater if we could be able to predefine the colours of this objectbounded themes.
Another idea could be predefined combinations of theme colours, this would minimizes the possible number of combinations but could be easier to use for the customers.
If you are able to integrate this features in facer it could be another milestone that would mean a bigger lead over other watchface companies.
What do you think about it? You already have this wonderful, great working Theme-Feature - why not maximal increase the possibilities of this application, save watch memory and filesize and get a far better workflow for the designer?
I don´t think watchmaker has such a watch face boosting colour-system...
BTW: When you patent this very fresh watchface idea - don´t forget ´ol GAUSS.