I am trying to center a date created using images for each number because I want a specific typeface. I want the entire date string centered on the watch face. The date string can take four forms: m/d, m/dd, mm/d, mm/dd.
For example, it could be 1/1, 1/10, 10/1 or 10/10. I want that whole “string” centered.
For just the ones digit of the month, I’ve calculated that it should have an x position of:
My statement for this is:
When I look at this on the desktop creator for Windows, or the web based creator, the ones digit shows up in the right place.
When I open the Facer app on my Android phone and go to the Watchbox, then My Designs, it shows the preview with the ones digit in the right place.
When I tap on it in Watchbox and it goes to the preview, the ones digit no longer shows at all. I’m assuming it’s because the statement fails to compute and returns 0 (I have a circular watch face).
When I send it to my watch (Fossil Gen 5e running WearOS), I see the same thing as I see in the preview after tapping in Watchbox–the ones digit is in the wrong place.
I’ve seen while searching that the nested conditionals like I’m using only work when using equals, especially on WearOS. I’m not so sure about that as I have my watch battery and phone battery centered using statements like:
But that’s not what this post is about. Why is it that a statement will work in the creator, but not on my watch? This is not the first time I’ve come across this. I’ve found that conditionals with = work on creator, but not my watch. I have to use == to make it work on my watch.
Why the difference?