Hi to all
I saw a tutorial of Tomaja where he teached how to have a sun icon during day time and a moon icon during night time.
I used the formulas that he suggested:
Sun/Day = TRASPARENCY = $#DISDAYTIME#=1?100:0$
On your Opacity expressions you did fine except the 1 or 0 doesn’t work well on some WearOS watches. It’s best to use the below conditionals:
$#DISDAYTIME#==false?100:0$ for Night and
$#DISDAYTIME#==true?100:0$ for Day
This version will work on all watches. To directly answer your question I will assume that you are testing using Facer Creator. What I’ve found is that it will only function correctly on day/night conditionals when it’s set to today’s date. If you run it forward through the night and go into the next morning it will never show the daytime image for some reason. I normally test using 7:30 AM and PM or 7:30 and 19:30 hours on today’s date to test function.
Before all thanks for your reply and help. Later i will change the expression and i’m sure that your formula will work.
Yes you have understood perfectly what i were looking for and you have given to me a very good and exaustive explanation.
Thanks again for the trick about how to experiment in Creator. I had not discovered it.
Last, my watch has Tizen so it seems that 0 and 1 does not work well in this OS too
Have a nice day
I make a dial in the appearance of a tachometer, where it will look normal during the day and backlit during the night, as it is in cars. See Annex…
I understand well that for each image what will change depending on the time of day, so I have to add the appropriate tag code?
For example, for night viewing, I have to put this tag code $ # DISDAYTIME # == false for all images? 100: 0 $?
Or the other with the word TRUE?