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  1. I'm trying to figure out if theres a way that I can visually represent individual cell voltages. Simply setting the source to 'Battery cell # voltage' does not seem to work, and I largely suspect that's because it doesnt know what range to expect. Is there wa way that I can manually dictate what the 0-100% range should be? This is honestly more to be more visually entertaining, but could also be useful as well in a small way. If it's possible to setup a manual range, could also do neat things like, say... A thermometer for example could be nice for when I'm burning coils to shape or clean so I dont risk overheating the board... But again, is mostly to just be visually entertaining.
  2. I have made a theme for myself (I'll share once it's finished). I have selection settings like this: Normal: Red on Black Highlight: Black on Red Selected: Blue on Black My problem is that I also made one editable gauge (for brightness) that I want to behave in the same way. I manged to make in Red On Black normally and Black On Red when "General -> Theme -> Highlighted". Both works exactly as I want, but I can't find a "Selected" condition anywhere to turn it blue when I select it and change the gauge value. Also the lowest brightness setting still feel quite bright, I would like a bigger range (to the dimmer side) is taht possible? Also I have few other issues: 1) I've failed to make the device re-measure the coil and go to the new coil screen when I clicked a button. If I just went to the screen it doesn't show ohms and the buttons there won't work. If I make the button only re-measure it doesn't go to the screen. Somehow I need the button to make both actions at once? Also there's "Measure atomizer ohms again" and "Measure coil ohms again" - what's the difference? 2) I'm incrementing the wattage by 0.1 ohms, but I've made a condition on it that if atomizer.power >= 30 then it should only display and step up by whole ohms. But it doesn't work it keeps it by 0.1 even when above 30W. Why? 3) I wanted to add a realtime firing timer as literally almost every mod does, which I like and find useful. I have searched and while I think it would be super easy field to add, all the threads about this are rejected and dead. So I guess that's still not possible in any way? Here is the unfinished theme if you wanna see or try some solutions: https://forum.evolvapor.com/files/file/1011-simple-red-practical/ Thanks, Seek.
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