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  1. Version 1.0.1

    201 downloads

    A simple, yet effective theme I modified from the supplied theme from Lost Vape, that has all the information and functionality I need and hopefully will be good for you too. The picture can be changed easily within the theme designer The date format is in dd/mm/yy as I am from the UK, but this can be changed quite easily. The power and temperature increase/decrease in 1 watt/degree increments. I have added a simple 'button lock' screen which is not a lock screen, just a screen with the time and a picture without the danger of turning replay off etc. The device can be fired from this screen. Please note: I have tested this on a 250c board. I cannot advise if it will work on a 75c board, so please, if you wish to try it, save your current theme first in case of problems. I would be interested to hear if it does work though. I hope you find it useful and I welcome any feedback/suggestions