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Problem with the formula

Hello,
I’m looking to make half circles with this formula:
Green = $#BLN#>49?1:0$
Yellow = $#BLN#>=21&&#BLN#<=49?1:0$
Red = $#BLN#<21?1:0$
But I can only do full circle for the color of the battery percentage

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So which Tag are you applying that formula. If it is the fill ratio of an Arc or Progress half would be 0.5. If you are looking at the Opacity Tag of something 100 is full.
I think what you are trying to achieve is a combination of the two.
If you could post the link to your Work Inspectable a lot more help can be given.

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The beacon is an arc for the % of the battery of the watch which goes around the dial but I would like to make half the time with the battery of the telephone.

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it’s ok i found it thank you

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Cool. Well Done. Neat Watch.

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Indeed, that works well. I like it. Try the credit card font for the time. It kinda works.

Also I have a 50/50 watch/hone battery fading green to red colour template I often use and is very modifyable (though not testable until Facer fix the phone battery issue)
but…

Fully inspecttable, seconds for free

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Hello, I’m coming back to you for my formula because I wanted to modify it but I have a problem when I put it in reverse filling it doesn’t work correctly.
green = $#BLN#>49?#BLN#/200:0$
yellow = $#BLN#>=21&&#BLN#<=49?#BLN#/200:0$
red = $#BLN#<21?#BLN#/200:0$

test dial:

I would like you to do the test and if you can tell me what is wrong.
I thank you in advance

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my goal is that the 2 shapes touch each other at 100% and at 0% I don’t know if I’m clear?

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Mmm, not sure what else might be going on but expressions after the ? sign need to be in brackets.

As in: …?(#BLN#/200):0$ rather than …?#BLN#/200:0$

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same problem with brackets

Green = $#BLN#>49 ?(#BLN#/200):0$
Yellow = $#BLN#>=21&&#BLN#<=49 ?(#BLN#/200):0$
Red = $#BLN#<21 ?(#BLN#/200):0$

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Hi, I would simply let the top 3 layers as they are and rotate them with
(180*(1-#BLN#/100))

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you guys are geniuses i’m so stupid i didn’t think about it it works like a charm thanks a lot you guys are the best

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Nice one Peter. On Standby as always. Keep It Simple and don’t be frightened of Parentheses they can not hurt as long as they have a Friend.

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Thought my example would have given the ballapark,

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You can not be Stupid if you are learning. One day you will be in a position to offer that Gem to Another.

You are welcome. Please don’t use such superlatives, lets say we eventually figured it out fast this time :slight_smile: .

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ok thx

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Hi I’m coming back to you because I would like to blink my image once the step objective is reached but my formula doesn’t work I must have missed something
$(#ZSC#=>10000(floor(#DNOW#/500)))%2=0?100:0$
I have also tried several variations of this formula but without success

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Hello, maybe you have to turn the logic around and make it 100 visible all the time, unless both conditions are met.
$#ZSC#>=10000&&floor(#DNOW#/500)%2=0?0:100$

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Nicely Done Peter :::)))
I tested yours above but got a NOP
This works.
Sorry to Dive in but I can not Help myself.

$#ZSC#>=5000&&(floor((#DNOW#)/500)%2)=0?0:100$

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