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  • Birthday 11/12/1962

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    Milen Cholashki
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    Bulgaria
  • What DNA product do you own or plan to buy?
    I have all DNA boards :)

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  1. I know, there aren't many landscape themes. I have some ideas for a new design ... they always come to me when I publish the theme
  2. Version 1.5.0

    270 downloads

    Information: The theme is based on my previous themes. It works on DNA75C, DNA100C, DNA250C, and in DNA75C/DNA100C does not operate "Power bank" mode. Supports replay. On the idea of vapingbad - here are many changed: icons and there are extra features .. I use his conversion for pre-heat - a very compact solution. Preheat: ***************************************************************** Preheating has several states: 1st is when preheat is on, 2nd is preheat off, 3rd is dropped out of temp protection. 4th is TP-enabled=false, 5th is TS-Material=false. This is how the conditions are set: The TP icon: default shows on image, atty\temp-protect-enabled=false as the condition for showing the off image. atty\temp-sensing-material=false also for showing the off image. Text status: default shows "PH" for preheat atty\preheat-enabled=false shows "---" atty\temp-protect-enabled=false shows "PWR" in yellow atty\temp-sensing-material=false shows "PWR"in yellow atty\temp-sensing-dectect=false shows "???" in orange (tested with an ss coil using a NI profile) Temp Field: atty\temp as default atty\temp-protect-enabled=false shows diag\atty\voltage atty\temp-sensing-material=false shows diag\atty\voltage ***************************************************************** Extras: There are two main screens - extended and easy! In Lock Screen down: Current in charge or root temperature in non charging mode. When using a power bank, an icon is displayed. In Main Screen two resistans: locked ohms and life ohms. In Main Screen right to Power: temperature of board or output voltage in VW mode. In Main Screen right to Temperature: Temperature ot last puff In Main Screen top: The name of the profile below is the material used In Battery Screen: Below is shown what current is the charge, and the displayed power indicates whether the fast charge is on: normal charge - 7.1 watts / fast charge - 13.2 watts (approximate values) Main screen's: Extended 1 Extended 2 Extended 1 Extended 2 Extended 3 *** Only the Centaurus theme has a reworked battery display for now: Easy main screen: Centaurus Hyperion
  3. Works on Mac OS X 10.13.6 High Sierra /DNA100C/DNA XXXX Thanks!
  4. Install ot Mac OS X - Another way to get to the folder if you did not enable the view of hidden system folders:Enter the EScribe menu: Help-> About, press 7 times on the logo Evolve and then enter the menu Option -> Langauge -> Edit like this you open the folder with the translations. Add/replace .po file.
  5. Patience, you're not the only one waiting for the Mac OS version 😉. I use a virtual machine to work with version SP27.
  6. Version 1.4

    357 downloads

    The theme is based on my previous topics. It works on DNA75C DNA250C, and in DNA75C/DNA100C does not operate "Power bank" mode. The theme of VapingBad is the basis theme - here are many changed: icons and there are extra features .. I use his conversion for pre-heat - a very compact solution. Copy from VapingBad ***************************************************************** In the photos the 1st is when preheat is on, 2nd is preheat off, 3rd is dropped out of temp protection. 4th is TP-enabled=false, 5th is TS-Material=false. This is how the conditions are set: The TP icon: default shows on image, atty\temp-protect-enabled=false as the condition for showing the off image. atty\temp-sensing-material=false also for showing the off image. Text status: default shows "PH" for preheat atty\preheat-enabled=false shows "---" atty\temp-protect-enabled=false shows "PWR" in yellow atty\temp-sensing-material=false shows "PWR"in yellow atty\temp-sensing-dectect=false shows "???" in orange (tested with an ss coil using a NI profile) Temp Field: atty\temp as default atty\temp-protect-enabled=false shows diag\atty\voltage atty\temp-sensing-material=false shows diag\atty\voltage ***************************************************************** Extras: In Lock Screen down: Current in charge or root temperature in non charging mode. When using a power bank, an icon is displayed. In Main Screen two resistans: locked ohms and life ohms. In Main Screen right to Power: temperature of board or output voltage in VW mode. In Main Screen right to Temperature: Temperature ot last puff In Battery Screen: Below is shown what current is the charge, and the displayed power indicates whether the fast charge is on: normal charge - 7.1 watts / fast charge - 13.2 watts New in Version 1.4 - Redesigned battery indication. For example:
  7. You are absolutely right, I just did not pay attention to what you wrote, focused on my problem that the current can not rise above 1.5A 😇
  8. Problem found its solution. Charging with 3A requires a USB-C power adapter according to the PD standard and USB-C to USB-C cable. To clarify - not some adapter with USB-C, but just one that supports the full PPC protocol. The maximum current in this case for me became 2.72A. I'm also waiting for a MacBook Air adapter to check if the current can really go up to 3A. It is amazing to me that there is no information about charging the DNA100C anywhere - even here. In my opinion, to produce something so good and not explain elementary things is simply unforgivable! I had to buy several different adapters to do tests and figure out what I could just read. It doesn't matter - I hope what is written here will help the next ones 🙂
  9. Translation of the latest Escribe - 2.0 SP27 INTL for Windows bg.po.zip
  10. Thank you for the information! Strange, very strange and the cable in the mod set is USB-A to USB-C. One adapter I have supports the power supply of Mac Book, but the current is still 1.5A. The power supplies for MacBook are according to the PD standard. Not to mention that there is no PDF for this board. Now I will try another adapter with USB-C ... Thank you again!
  11. Thanks Wayneo, but i tested charging with a USB-C adapter (the adapter is 3A) and a USB-C / USB-C cable and there is no change in current. Now I fully discharge a battery to see if the current will not rise. Usually the adapters with USB-C are type PD, I do not have one with USB-C type QC, if that matters. What model of adapter do you use?
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