I don’t have the Galaxy 4 (tempting though) so I can’t comment on all of it, but the leading zeros for sunrise/sunset times are there on the watch with regular WearOS watches too. It’s one of a few things that show up different on the watch than what you see in the creator.
Curious about item 3, can you describe that more? It’s is it the theme picker that’s setting the color or you’ve defined a single color for a text layer in creator? One simple thing to check, make sure you set that same color for dim mode too or it defaults to white.
For item 3, I have a watch face that displays the temperature in a custom color depending on the value of the temperature (colder temps are in blue, warmer in orange/red). It is currently 73 degrees here and it should display as yellow, but instead it’s displaying as green which is the color for the cooler (60s) temperature. It worked fine on my Watch 3 but started doing this on the Watch4 with no changes to the design.
To point 1.
I can only guess, but Samsung probably does not send s-health data to third party apps like facer, so they have to measure on their own. If you sync the app after doing some steps in the day, the data wont match. Maybe let it be there longer, so the midnight reset syncs the both measurements. Or does not show steps at all? Did it sync with the S-health on the GW3?
To point 2.
If it is a bug, maybe there can be a workaround like $#DTIMEFORMAT#==24?#WSH#:PM#WSh#$:#WSmZ#
Can you check it on wear OS watch? I do not have such yet.
To point 3.
Did you set there some colours for a temp ranges or do you mix the colour using opacity of overlaying text? Opacity may not work same on different watches or new OS.
glad you figured it out! I have always used true/false instead of 1/0 It’s possible I read at some point that some watches handled it that way but not the other. Can’t remember for sure if it was specifically this, but definitely there are some expressions which may behave a little different in Tizen and WearOS. Though it’s usually only when you’re trying to do something a little more involved.
Using true/false seems to be the safest option. If you want to use 0/1, you can use parentheses, that turns everything into numbers: $(#DISDAYTIME#)!=1?100:0$ ← using parentheses makes it a number $#DISDAYTIME#!=true?100:0$
Making it a number also opens up other possibilities: ((#DISDAYTIME#)*100) ← although this would be ==1, instead of !=1, but you get the point
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You’re welcome. I have no idea what I am supposed to say here. Don’t know why I am being forced to learn format of this community’s chat group. All I wanted to do was find a new watch face and how I could customize it. I dont want to respond to roboto or offend anyone. But the instructions were not clear. Sorry if I hurt anyone’s feelings.
All you can do is use the face that you have found on Facer. You cannot change it in any way unless you have premium and the face’s creator programmed it to be changeable. If you are wanting to create your own watch faces the sky is the limit on what you can do.
@masterboyhr I know there has been a lot of chat on this subject . @mrantisocialguy has posted loads of stuff on here and Facebook on the subject . It is a known issue with GW4 but there is a work around .