The left piece of the circle is just a white semi-circle filled with black on a transparent background.
It is inserted as an image in the Facer creator.
The original is a 160 x 320 png file, scaled down within the Facer creator to 40 x 80 (can’t see that this should cause a problem).
The position is fixed at integer values; no expressions in any field for this layer.
Position was X=160, Y=160, aligned right (was just easier in my mind to set the right edge on the centre).
I tried changing the alignment back to the default (centre aligned) with X=140 (which does work 100% in the creator as well as on my Galaxy Watch, but the preview in the Android app did not change.
Even stranger is that setting X=120 does not change the app preview either! It does move the left semi-circle to the expected position (20 px left from where it should be) on my Galaxy Watch though.
On top of this, the time (hour) shown in the app preview is not correct either (seems to be UTC) while all my expressions use #Dh#. As far I as read the documentation #Dh# should be the local 12h value.
The right piece of the circle is actually a white ‘U’ on it side (if that makes sense), so that it can pulled out right to create a larger display area for the word “o’clock” on the hour. Would have made more sense if there was a issue there instead of with a fixed layer.
I have not even attempted to change anything on the sunrise and sunset time display…
Despite preview issues in the app, this face renders 100% as intended on my Samsung Galaxy Watch!
Do you guys agree that this issue justifies a support call to Facer?