Material-ish Fire - DNA75c - DNA250c Optimized 2.0.0

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Strongly recommend updating to this new version 2.0.0 as it adds new features.

A material colored theme for DNA75c and DNA250c. Customization options far beyond what's featured in the default Evolv theme. 

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Notes:

  • You can press the fire button to exit out of a screen that doesn't have a back button. 
  • LED colors styled to the theme.
  • When you change the material of a profile (eg. from Watts to SS316L) you won't have the appropriate toggles (eg. Temp Control, Replay)  activated right away. You need to back out of the Atomizer Profile screen, fire the mod and go back into the Atomizer Profile screen. This is an Evolv/Theme Designer issue.
  • If you have temp control enabled, you can switch positions of the power and temperature field on the main screen by enabling "Big Temp" in Menu -> Settings
  • In the Atomizer Profile screen you can adjust the Pre-heat temperature either via a Punch gauge or via a Temperature field. You can switch between them with the new toggle next to the Pre-heat label.

I made this version with the new DNA250c Paranormals in mind. I think it would look good on the darker ones especially. I'd love to see some handchecks if you're using it on a Paranormal!

Also check out the other version of this theme

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What's New in Version 2.0.0   See changelog

Released

This one is a pretty big update that adds some new features. I strongly recommend updating.

  • Lock Screen
    • Various USB connection statuses, like Charging/Discharging/USB Data  are now displayed along with charging current where applicable. 
    • When your battery level is below 30% the battery percentage field will change color from white to pale red. It'll also display the current battery pack voltage.
  • Atomizer Profile Screen
    • You can now enable/disable Temp Control and Replay right from the Atomizer Profile screen, along with Pre-heat and Boost. Other than defining materials you don't really need to Escribe to edit your profiles anymore.
    • You can adjust the Pre-heat temperature either via a Punch gauge or via a Temperature field. You can switch between them with the new toggle next to the Pre-heat label.
    • Atomizer lock feature is now available in all types of profiles. Previously it was only available in TC profiles. This decision was made because EScribe lets you lock resistance in any profile, and sometimes it's necessary to lock the resistance in mods with a spotty 510 connection.
    • Note: When you change the material of a profile (eg. from Watts to SS316L) you won't have the appropriate toggles (eg. Temp Control, Replay)  activated right away. You need to back out of the Atomizer Profile screen, fire the mod and go back into the Atomizer Profile screen. This is an Evolv/Theme Designer issue.
  • Previously the Power bank screen had some toggles incorrectly set as read only. They're fixed now. A red toggle status is read only, yellow is enabled and blank with a white outline means disabled.
  • The theme now has a slightly better contrast. I'll continue to work on this in the future. 
  • Various minor tweaks.

What's New in Version 1.1.2

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  • You can now interchange the temperature and power field on the main screen. Go to Menu > Settings and enable "Big Temp"
  •  Resistance wasn't updating to show the current resistance as you fire. It's fixed now.

What's New in Version 1.1.1

  • Removed all instances of temp adjustment on replay profiles.
  • On replay profiles the middle right field on the main screen now shows puff time on replay profiles until you hit save. 

What's New in Version 1.1.0

DNA75c now supports replay!

DNA75c now supports replay with the new international firmware 1.1 SP33.2 INT. As such I no longer need to maintain two separate versions of the theme. You can flash the same Material-ish Fire 1.1.0 theme file on both DNA250c and DNA75c.

You have to have 1.1 SP33.2 INT firmware flashed on your DNA75c device for this theme to work.

  • Made a few compatibility related tweaks.  
  • Tweaked how replay looks.
  • Resistance lock status icons have been changed once again. Resistance locking from the atomizer screen now functions similar to the lock icons in the Gauges theme. Sorry to have made so many changes to this.
  • Last puff and Live Puff screens now shows the puff counter.
  • Previously the main screen linked to the Live Puff screen. Now it links to the Last Puff screen.



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1 minute ago, Nick said:

I love this. Little hard to tell when replay is highlighted before enabling it but this is excellent. Great work.

Thanks man! Highlight color in this theme is a little faint and that doesn't help with images. I left 1px blank space around the replay button but I probably need to leave more.

I don't have a 250c so this didn't get caught testing. I just added an image with an action and tested on the preview panel on the theme designer. You're right it's very hard to notice. 

I'll push an update tonight. Thanks for pointing it out!

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1 minute ago, SirTimmyTimbit said:

Thanks man! Highlight color in this theme is a little faint and that doesn't help with images. I left 1px blank space around the replay button but I probably need to leave more.

I don't have a 250c so this didn't get caught testing. I just added an image with an action and tested on the preview panel on the theme designer. You're right it's very hard to notice. 

I'll push an update tonight. Thanks for pointing it out!

Ah that makes sense. I'm using the 250C version on a 75C now for the replay support so the compatibility is good so far. Do you have interface design experience?

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10 minutes ago, Nick said:

Ah that makes sense. I'm using the 250C version on a 75C now for the replay support so the compatibility is good so far. Do you have interface design experience?

Nice an unreleased firmware ;) I'm a web designer/developer so most of my experience is on designing menus and navigation systems. A few times I had to dive deeper into UX/UI design when designing backend interfaces and and for web apps like The Gamer's Post. I quite like designing interfaces :)

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1 hour ago, Nick said:

I love this. Little hard to tell when replay is highlighted before enabling it but this is excellent. Great work.

Just pushed 1.0.1. It should be easier to tell now when the button is highlighted.

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Hi Tim,

I notice while in Watts Mode on the Main Screen, temperature is still visible from using TC , perhaps volts instead.

Also in Atomizer the ability to lock ohm is present while in Watts, in my opinion that should not be, lock ohm should be used only in TC.

Thanks

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3 hours ago, Vapin said:

I notice while in Watts Mode on the Main Screen, temperature is still visible from using TC , perhaps volts instead.

D'oh it was on the to-do list that went past me. Thanks for bringing it up!

3 hours ago, Vapin said:

Also in Atomizer the ability to lock ohm is present while in Watts, in my opinion that should not be, lock ohm should be used only in TC.

That's a fantastic idea! Thanks!

Will change both of those things in 1.0.2 tonight.

Edit: Pushed 1.0.2 that incorporates those changes. Thank you so much for the idea Vapin!

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Just ordered the gunmetal/red resin Paranormal 250 C and I'm definitely flashing this as soon as I get my hands on it.  Will update with pics as soon as it's in my hands!

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59 minutes ago, Vapin said:

Am I correct in thinking that if the 250C version is loaded on the 75C will enable Replay on the 75C?

No it'll give you an error if you try to flash it. Nick is using an unreleased, possibly beta firmware on his DNA75c.

By the way thank you so much for the review man, I really appreciate it :)

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1 hour ago, SirTimmyTimbit said:

By the way thank you so much for the review man, I really appreciate it :)

You are welcome! 

I hate to ask too much of you, but any chance of you fixing the ohm lock in watts on Gauges? 

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5 hours ago, Vapin said:

You are welcome! 

I hate to ask too much of you, but any chance of you fixing the ohm lock in watts on Gauges? 

No worries! I'll try to update Gauges tonight with the new screens.

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On 4/13/2018 at 4:57 PM, Vapin said:

You are welcome! 

I hate to ask too much of you, but any chance of you fixing the ohm lock in watts on Gauges? 

Done! Version 1.4.0. 

All three themes now have the same features and customization options.

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I didn't even use the factory theme on my new Paranormal 250c, went straight to this one instead.
I enjoyed it so much on my 75c and the same on the 250c.

One question. I see temperature reported/displayed when using power replay. I'd rather see voltage/watts/nothing.
At first, I thought I had the profile wrong, in TC mode.

Thanks for the great theme!

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47 minutes ago, ShowerHead said:

I didn't even use the factory theme on my new Paranormal 250c, went straight to this one instead.
I enjoyed it so much on my 75c and the same on the 250c.

One question. I see temperature reported/displayed when using power replay. I'd rather see voltage/watts/nothing.
At first, I thought I had the profile wrong, in TC mode.

Thanks for the great theme!

Aw man thanks! That's a huge complement :)

It should display the voltage if not in a TC profile, even under replay. Are you using 1.0.2?

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6 hours ago, SirTimmyTimbit said:

Aw man thanks! That's a huge complement :)

It should display the voltage if not in a TC profile, even under replay. Are you using 1.0.2?

You're welcome!

Yes, 1.0.2, in fact, I just reloaded it.

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Sorry I have a DNA board on the way. As soon as I put it together I'll have a better understanding of how replay works.

In the meantime I'll watch some videos and try to fix it. I'll push an update tomorrow hopefully.

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9 hours ago, SirTimmyTimbit said:

Sorry I have a DNA board on the way. As soon as I put it together I'll have a better understanding of how replay works.

In the meantime I'll watch some videos and try to fix it. I'll push an update tomorrow hopefully.

No worries. It doesn't affect the performance and everything is So easy to get to and use with this theme. That is a minor thing.

I think you'll enjoy the 250c when you assemble your mod.

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On 4/13/2018 at 2:15 PM, Vapin said:

Am I correct in thinking that if the 250C version is loaded on the 75C will enable Replay on the 75C?

DNA75c now supports replay. There's only one theme file now that can be flashed on both chips. Enjoy replay :)

On 4/17/2018 at 10:11 AM, ShowerHead said:

One question. I see temperature reported/displayed when using power replay. I'd rather see voltage/watts/nothing.
At first, I thought I had the profile wrong, in TC mode.

Should be fixed now :)

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Thanks for the update. I can report that the theme does gray out options that don't exist on the 75c, like Power Bank.
The temp doesn't show now in Replay mode, I get watts on my 75c.

Thanks for the excellent themes and all the work you put into them.

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Awesome theme ! thanks a lot for your hard work.  Clear and simple, and that red version really shines on my scarlett passion paranormal :)

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Really nice theme, thank you for that. I like all of your three themes.

I just ran into one small problem so far: I would like to adjust my wattage in .1 steps. Is there an easy fix for that?

Thanks a lot and keep up the great work =)

 

Greetings from Germany

 

Edit: found it for myself in the Theme Designer ^^

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Great theme! I’m using the latest, V. 1.1.0. Just trying out the new REPLAY on a Lost Vape Mirage, DNA75C. I setup profile #8 as Replay, with Replay enabled, and coil material as SS316L. Temperature = OFF, Peheat = OFF. 

Yet while on Mod screen when in the #8 profile, Replay working, next to the OHM field, is a TEMP field. I’m CONFUSED, I know you can use Replay with TC profiles, but from what I’ve read from various Evolv staff messages on this forum, it’s not recommended and adds unneeded complications. I still have my other profiles for using TC if I like. 

So as I’m new to Replay feature, why would temperature be something you can change in your Theme under a REPLAY profile? And how would this effect REPLAY in general, like a saved Replay vape, are these on mod user changed temperature settings saved to Replay. Something odd here, or I’m still not getting all the Inter-relationships between Replay and TC. 

Thanks!

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6 hours ago, mactavish said:

Great theme! I’m using the latest, V. 1.1.0. Just trying out the new REPLAY on a Lost Vape Mirage, DNA75C. I setup profile #8 as Replay, with Replay enabled, and coil material as SS316L. Temperature = OFF, Peheat = OFF. 

Yet while on Mod screen when in the #8 profile, Replay working, next to the OHM field, is a TEMP field. I’m CONFUSED, I know you can use Replay with TC profiles, but from what I’ve read from various Evolv staff messages on this forum, it’s not recommended and adds unneeded complications. I still have my other profiles for using TC if I like. 

So as I’m new to Replay feature, why would temperature be something you can change in your Theme under a REPLAY profile? And how would this effect REPLAY in general, like a saved Replay vape, are these on mod user changed temperature settings saved to Replay. Something odd here, or I’m still not getting all the Inter-relationships between Replay and TC. 

Thanks!

Ahh I see what you mean. 

When you're in a replay profile with a temp controlled material, it'll display the temp right next to the resistance on the main screen until you hit "save". From then on it'll display the wattage. 

I'll change it so it doesn't display the temp. Even if you adjust the temp it doesn't affect your vape, so it's kind of useless to display temp there for replay profiles. I'll also gray out temp stuff from the atomizer profile screens in replay profiles in the next update.

By the way you can have replay in any profile, it doesn't have to be #8.

Thanks for pointing this out, it totally flew by me :) 

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6 hours ago, MrNiceGuy said:

Really nice theme, thank you for that. I like all of your three themes.

I just ran into one small problem so far: I would like to adjust my wattage in .1 steps. Is there an easy fix for that?

Thanks a lot and keep up the great work =)

 

Greetings from Germany

 

Edit: found it for myself in the Theme Designer ^^

Hallo!

I'm glad you found out how to do it! I love that DNA chips let you adjust the steps.

Many people, myself included, can't really tell the difference less than 1 watt apart so I figured that's what I'd set the steps at. Plus it's quicker to adjust wattage this way too :)

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