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  1. Coyote

    Custom gauge

    Yeah, I tried that too, on the gauges theme. It just doesn’t work for all values. Generally only the ones you can set work.
  2. Coyote

    Max Output Voltage of 250C

    Whatever it is, it should match the device monitor reading for battery pack voltage, which will be quite a bit less than 8.4v under load. You are basically in bypass mode with a resistance that high.
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    Max Output Voltage of 250C

    The 250C is a buck regulator. It cannot boost the input voltage, so you are limited to what the batteries can supply. This PDF seems to indicate that Look at the Kanthal power limit for 2S batteries. It starts to drop at ~0.35 ohms. Assume this is because max Vout is 8.4v: 8.4v/0.35 ohms= 24A. 24A *8 .4v=201.6 watts Realistically, you'll get voltage sag under load.
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    Replay maximum temperature?

    TC+Replay gives really good results. Here's why: Say you have something that takes a lot of power like dual 26ga NiFethal coils, 0.12 ohm, wants 75-100 watts. You set them up in a TC profile that is replay capable, set your temperature and preheat, etc... Get a good puff limited to 450 F or whatever you want. Now save that puff. Replay will try to follow the resistance curve it recorded. That will let the power and temperature vary somewhat, but it will still stay near the temp you set on the saved puff because it is controlling the resistance during firing... but with the more power-focused tuning of Replay. Yes, TC alone will keep the temp and resistance rock-steady, but that's not always what you want. I like how replay will cut or boost the power to a greater degree than straight TC. I've found that when you are taking lighter puffs, TC just kind of cooks the juice onto the coils and you get a lot of dried-up gunk. Replay won't do that, it cuts the power. Replay alone: You can get dry hits if the wick was too dry when you saved the puff. TC alone: Can still cook your juice if you're not puffing hard enough for the build Replay+TC solves both of those problems.
  5. Right! I was testing the theme with a SS 316 atty. I forgot the DNA is smart enough to detect temp sensing material even if the profile is set to watts, so no matter what that condition wouldn't trigger for me. The first condition that matches will be used and the rest will be ignored. If you wanted to keep the greyed-out temperature in non-temp mode, the condition for that would have to be ( (Temp Sensing Detect is false) and (Can Replay Now is false) ) Or you could add it back after the Can Replay Now condition, so the Can Replay Now would be triggered first.
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    Vapeboy 3000

    someone wanted this theme with Replay. So I added it. Attached if you want to make it an update. vapeboy 3000 replay.ecigtheme
  7. To control the Replay Warmth, you'll also want to add a field for Atomizer->Replay->Warmth. I usually add it as a condition to the Power field, set to Atomizer->Replay is true. This will replace Power with Warmth when Replay is on. as the power setting won't matter while playing. Heck. I'll just do it for you, and you can see how it's done. Here's the Vape Boy 3000 theme with Replay. The Replay control replaces Temperature when Replay is available.. When playing, the Warmth setting replaces Power. vapeboy 3000 replay.ecigtheme
  8. How they did it in the default theme: Create a "Hidden" control. That will be the default condition, so when Replay is unavailable you don't see it. Add Condition. Choose Label or Picture. Compare should be Atomizer->Can Replay, condition is true. This is what will appear when Replay is available but not ready. Add Condition. This needs to be a Toggle or Field. Compare should be Atomizer->Can Replay Now, condition is true. This is what will appear once a puff can be saved. For the Toggle or Field, source needs to be Atomizer->Replay. For custom toggle graphics, off picture should be Save Puff, on picture should be Cancel. Alternative way of doing it, that lets you enable replay on any profile: Create a Toggle or Field control. Source should be Atomizer->Can Replay. This will enable/disable replay for the current profile. Create a "Hidden" control. That will be the default condition, so when Replay is disabled you don't see it. Add Condition. This needs to be a Toggle or Field. Compare should be Atomizer->Can Replay Now, condition is true. This is what will appear once a puff can be saved. For the Toggle or Field, source needs to be Atomizer->Replay. For custom toggle graphics, off picture should be Save Puff, on picture should be Cancel.
  9. Yep. Solid lines like that are typically a tab bond failure on the LCD. Not physical damage. Evolv should warranty the screen. Lost Vape might warranty it too, but you would have to ship it to China and no one wants to do that.
  10. You can get a screen from Evolv and replace it yourself for $12. Tho if that’s a Lost Vape mod, it’s not easy to take it apart. I don’t see a crack in the screen so it might not be damaged, just defective. Open a help ticket and see if you can send it for warranty repair.
  11. You have a defective screen. Contact the seller or manufacturer of the mod.
  12. I think on-board space is used for the layout and fonts and off-board space is used for wallpapers and other images. The on-board (on-chip, really) memory is faster so it would be used for things that are constantly updated. Are you using a nonstandard font? Try switching back to Built or one of the other fonts at the top.
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    Custom gauge

    The gauge control draws part of the empty and part of the full image based on the value and the direction selected. If you want anything else, you will have to use multiple images and conditions. For example, If you want to create a battery meter with a 4 bars, what you would do is create images with 4,3,2,1,0 bars full. Then you create a picture control with a default condition of 4 bars, and conditions of battery level <10% for 0 bars, <=25 for 1, <=50 for 2, <=75 for 3
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    Unified

    You can also change the material from the Atomizer screen.
  15. As long as the wire has some kind of positive thermal coefficient, Replay just works! Even on my atomizers (Vandy Vape mesh RTA, Geek Vape Griffin) that sometimes give TC a fit. Evolv hit it out of the park with this one.