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Mr_Ploppy

Member since Jan 2022 • Last active Jan 2022
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  • in Bangle.js
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    Hi there is some extra log files. The 2 train ones should come to very low step counts. The 2 walking ones my pebble had at 600 and 500 steps.

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  • in Bangle.js
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    Hi

    Here's your log file. Ran it for a minute rather than 10, long time to hold it in the sweet spot. But I did get it to log about 60+ steps in that time frame.

    If you need longer let me know.

  • in Bangle.js
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    Is the AC-DC version on the horizon?
    Not a fan of Analogue faces, mainly cause I can't read them well.

    Also if you have a clock face with a second hand I assume battery use is higher as it has to redraw every second ?

  • in Bangle.js
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    Thanks for the challenge Gordon.
    This took me quite a few attempts to get it to do it and film it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M016XcsT­pQQ

    From the accelerometer graph movement must be in the micron range but still counts as a steps.

  • in Bangle.js
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    So this morning Bangle had 1000 steps, Pebble had 46.
    Drove to work and Bangle on 4000 Pebble on 1200

    It will still spontaneously count steps on the clockface too, if you have it at the right angle.

    WIDGETS
    ={
    lock: {

    area: "tl",
    width: 0,
    draw: function (w) { ... },
    x: 0, y: 0 },
    

    bat: {

    area: "tr",
    width: 40,
    draw: function () { ... },
    x: 135, y: 0 },
    

    widid: {

    area: "tr",
    width: 16,
    draw: function () { ... },
    x: 119, y: 0 },
    

    bluetooth: {

    area: "tr",
    width: 15,
    draw: function () { ... },
    changed: function () { ... },
    x: 104, y: 0 },
    

    widmoon: {

    area: "tr",
    width: 24,
    draw: function () { ... },
    x: 80, y: 0 },
    

    wpedom: {

    area: "tl",
    width: 75,
    getWidth: function () { ... },
    redraw: function () { ... },
    draw: function () { ... },
    reload: function () { ... },
    getSteps: function (undefined) { ... },
    x: 0, y: 0 },
    

    messages: {

    area: "tl",
    width: 0, iconwidth: 23,
    draw: function () { ... },
    show: function (quiet) { ... },
    hide: function () { ... },
    buzz: function () { ... },
    touch: function (b,c) { ... },
    x: 75, y: 0 },
    

    alarm: {

    area: "tl",
    width: 0,
    draw: function () { ... },
    reload: function () { ... },
    x: 75, y: 0 }
    

    }

  • in Bangle.js
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    Took me several attempts to actually film it. Not enough hands to hold everything. But this might explain a few values. Only does it at certain angles I think.

    https://youtu.be/JxXHRf3VYnc

  • in Bangle.js
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    Yep I am using the standard Pedometer widget. Will wear watch again tonight and see what values I get in the morning.

  • in Bangle.js
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    Hi
    Well I updated to 2v11 yesterday.
    Woke up with 1000 steps (must run in my sleep and didn't go for a midnight stroll)
    Walked to the car drove to work its 8:50am and I've done 5601 steps 4.2 Km apparently.
    I think I walked about 0.2 km of those.

    I've turned the heart monitor off, 1 cause its not working great and 2 to save power.
    don't think you can turn the pedometer off ?

  • in Bangle.js
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    "You may use the kit right away, just visit the repository on GitHub and follow the instructions"

    OK assume I'm an idiot, how do I install it ?
    Only installed stuff with the Bangle.js App Loader.
    Don't see install instructions, the readme tell you about the software.
    or is it done through espruino?

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