Education Content Manager for the Micro:bit Educational Foundation, former teacher and BBC radio studio manager.
Thank you again @Gordon, I'm making progress now. I've still got loads of bugs to fix, but it's appearing in the menu now. As well as the syntax errors, another problem was that I still had an out-of-date application settings JSON file stored on the watch that I had manually uploaded when testing :)
Amazing! Thank you Gordon for such a swift reply.
Apologies if this has been asked before. I'm trying to develop my first app that has a settings file that can be accessed from the Settings > Apps menu.
I'm following the instructions on https://www.espruino.com/Bangle.js+App+Settings and building the app in my branch of the app loader.
The app installs on my JS2 ok, but even after a reboot, my app isn't showing up in the Settings > App menu on my watch.
Is there a common likely error that I've made? (My app is here: https://github.com/blogmywiki/BangleApps/tree/master/apps/suw )
Thanks Gordon - makes sense!
Thank you - and thank you for spotting the error in the JSON file. Hope to change the icons as well later tonight or tomorrow.
Thank you - I'll give that a go!
I have a 1 bit image without transparency that appears negative when the watch is in dark mode (BangleJS2).
Is there any way of over-riding this, or should I just use 4-bit mode? (Which would be a shame as I think the string will become longer, and the image just comprises black and white pixels).
Grateful for any advice!
(Reason is building watch face below:)
I think both issues, but yes the 2 second boot was new to me and caused me to think it was dead when it wasn't!
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