In case one is interested - I just implemented a very simple 90s style clock ;) You can find this clock here:
Fancy one ! nice
Thanks for sharing, nice!
I like it. Got it on my watch now. Please do a pull request to the main git repo.
No sry, my fork can not be merged right now due to some other things I implemented. I will wait for an alarm library that I can use, then I can update everything and finally merge it. So I think its currently the best to keep it in the fork only :)
That looks great! Shame about the merge issue though :( I'll try and get an alarm app sorted soon - it's on my list
I don't remember having a watch like that in the 90s =D. Looks awesome.
@Gordon If you're making changes to the way alarms and timers work I've got some thoughts. Is there a thread open already?
Here's the best place: https://github.com/espruino/BangleApps/issues/1555
Thanks a lot :)
-- No need to stress, I can share my apps using my own fork which is really really cool. Also, I will keep my fork up-to-date such that we can merge it at some point :D
looks like a captcha. ;-) very cool. could you add the widgets to it though?
Sure I will add fullsceeen mode to the settings and show widgets per default... I will let you know when its implemented :)
@Raik - I just implemented the fullscreen mode which can now be enabled/disabled in the settings. By default, it's off to respect the bangle widget ecosystem.
Link to app: https://peerdavid.github.io/BangleApps/?q=90s
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