Hello, I have seen some general complaints here around about no timeout setting, but could not find anything about this strange thing I just received as comment. I hope I was not too fast to reply, but I cant remember there any option to “individualize” the timeout for a specific watchface.
Or am I wrong and there is something I misunderstood?
It’s all down to whatever display time is set on the Watch, not any individual Faces.
You woul think since Google came up with WOS3 it would work well on thier own Watch. I can only suggest the User just plays with the Watch settings to see if it wakes something up. It might be a bit of Power resentment on the part of Google.
Just can’t quite remove all the background…
Do you want to use it I will draw it from scratch .
petruuccios I don’t have a Pixel watch but I don’t think it can be true.
I had the same complaint for watch4 time-out and I know for sure it cannot be true.
There are some complaints that should be ignored…
It is a watch setting. I am also not aware any way to change the timer.
Well, thinking about it, you could of course put an additional top layer black circle and change its opacity after 1 seconds - you’ll definitely get complaints if you don’t mention it
hmmm, could have some fun with that by adding a random value to it…
Sadly we still see the Screen shot when the Display shut for a few Milliseconds .
Yes, that would be a cruel joke of social experiment, but definitely doable
Get the Gyro involved and a VAR INC .So you have to give it a Bloody good Shake and a few Taps . Might make a CHALLANGE ?!?
I am not that much bored yet
In general, thanks for the replies, so far all supporting my view of the problem.
maybe a challenge one day for us to come up with the most silly watch face…
when we are bored…