I’ve been designing a watch face where I want to include a custom battery icon that changes according to the battery charging status (#BS#) and battery level (#BLN) using conditionals with transparancy.
However, somehow the conditional always return true on the watch. It seems that it works correctly in the creator app. I’ve been using conditionals like:
$(#BS#==0&&#BLN#>=75&&#BLN#<90)?100:0$ -> full battery icon $(#BS#==0&&#BLN#>=50&&#BLN#<75)?100:0$ -> 3/4 battery icon
When my battery level is 85%, the full battery icon is shown.
Is there any known bug reported for this? Or am I using the conditionals incorrectly?
In editor #BS# is behaving correctly, having states “0” and “1”, but uploading into watch it changes into text like “Not Charging”, which cannot be used (due to the space) in conditional statements I wanted to show some info on dimmed screen, but only in case battery is charging.
Devs, pls. fix that bug as well.
Was this issue ever addressed? I’m guessing not, as I’m trying to use #BS# in a conditional which works fine in the emulator, but not on the watch. I know its not usual to use the watch when its charging, but its also not impossible…