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  1. Spent the other day in escribe trying to figure out how I could add a bar that corresponds your last puff time to the maximum puff time. For example, if you hit it for 2 seconds with a 10 second max, it would be 20% full, or 5 with 10, 50% full. This is purely for aesthetic purposes. I had seen it on an old smok mod of mine before, and wanted to recreate it because I just like how it looks, and when I’m creating a custom theme for myself I just want to play around with making it look as cool as possible for me. Unfortunately I eventually looked up if it was possible, and there’s an older post saying that it was not. The posts author wanted to have the firing time bar update in real time while taking a hit. Considering I only want the gauge updated after the last puff I feel like that is more doable. Spent all day trying to mess around with things, but it seems there’s no way to, even though you can still monitor the last puff time, you can’t set it as a gauge that works properly. Whenever you take a hit it will just completely fill up the entire bar, no matter what time. If there’s any possibility this could be a small addition, I would very much appreciate it, or if someone could help me figure out some way to modify it myself in the firmware I’d also be happy to mess around with things and see what I can do. Not a big deal, just something I’d love to be able to add to my DNA250c.
  2. Does anyone know how to make a custom battery gauge, I know you can change the empty and full image but how about the fill image. I see some have multi colours or spaces between bars etc
  3. So I'm trying to make some custom gauges. but I can't figure out which data fields I can use. For instance, it doesn't seem like Puff Time can be used as a gauge (I can assume this is because there is no defined min and max value). But also Time (Minutes) cannot be used, neither can Ambient Temperature. I kind of wanted to make an animated logo that slowly changes color, so using a gauge seemed the best way to do it (tried using Minutes, but Seconds would be even better if it was available). But using a field like Atomizer Temp (which does work as a gauge) does not achieve the effect I'm looking for. Can anyone tell me which fields can be used as a gauge? I do know Screen Brightness, Replay Warmth, and Atomizer temp all work, are there any others? @James this would be a great feature to enable any field to have a gauge, and let the designer define custom min and max values since I'm assuming that's the main hurdle to allowing this.
  4. Why does the help file thread I quoted the Title of have No updates and the zip file can not be opened for help. I wish one of the active Mods would fix that if it has good help... I'm looking for help on wire gauges and placement. The downloaded guide lists Battery (silicon) 18 Gauge, Battery (PVC) 16 Gauge & Battery Tap (Silicon) 24 Gauge. What EXACTLY are each of those things please? Output 12 Gauge is all I have installed so far and that's a huge wire for a little tap
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