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I got a head start on most people testing these so am sharing the theme I made for you to use and to see how you can use conditions, gauges, toggles etc. 
Things that are not obvious are:
Clicking the profile name on the main screen takes you to atty setting.
Clicking on the profile name in the atty screen let you change profile.
Clicking the Ohm symbol in the atty setting page remeasures your resistance.
Temp is swamped for voltage on the main screen if temp protection is turned off or you have a non-temp sensing coil.
On the recording screen if you click the number you are taken to the most recent puff and if you click on the graph you are take to the field selection screen.
Most icons you can select will show some text in the status field saying what they do.

Enjoy
VB 001 theme.png 

DNA75C VB001.ecigtheme

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VapingBad said:

Opps, I just noticed I put the wrong status text on temp on the atty screen, if you downloaded it I would just edit it, but here is a fixed version.



Hey VB, nice theme.  I am using it, but had to add the date time on my main screen.  I was wondering exactly how the PH and the gauge with the red thermometer is supposed to work.  The way it reads, looks like it should show PH and red thermometer if the condition of wrong material is detected?  I am using Ti wire and profile states Ti wire, but I have the PH and the red thermometer.  So I am reading it backwards, it's there for correct material or is something wrong here?

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Drunk_J said:



Hey VB, nice theme.  I am using it, but had to add the date time on my main screen.  I was wondering exactly how the PH and the gauge with the red thermometer is supposed to work.  The way it reads, looks like it should show PH and red thermometer if the condition of wrong material is detected?  I am using Ti wire and profile states Ti wire, but I have the PH and the red thermometer.  So I am reading it backwards, it's there for correct material or is something wrong here?



If I am seeing it right, @VB has it set up correctly...with a TC coil you should see the Red Indicator.png  indicator... and with a non-TC coil, you should see a   False Indicator .png  indicator for the coil...and the 'PH' will change colors accordingly...if you click on the conditions at the top, you will see the differences...

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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.

theme 25 main modes.png 

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



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Thanks.  Great explanation.  Haven't had a lot of time in theme designer to get a good feel for what's happening.  But very cool theme and function.

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VapingBad said:

Opps, I just noticed I put the wrong status text on temp on the atty screen, if you downloaded it I would just edit it, but here is a fixed version.


Can you not upload it as a regular Escribe theme? unzipping doesn't seem to be cooperating

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bgarren said:

.ecigtheme for some reason when I extract it is automatically taking me to a coding screen, and shows as an html file.



Have you tried loading it into Escribe? It is a .ecigtheme file not a .zip file...at least that's what downloaded for me...

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yes, if I download it, it only saves as a zip file, and shows up as html file. It is strange.
EDIT: with google chrome it downloads as it should. internet explorer 10 is downloading as a zip for some reason, without the ability to properly extract the file. 

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GOT IT , that is weird, with internet explorer it only downloads as a zip automatically. I changed to chrome and it works fine.
Maybe there is a bug in internet explorer

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@VapingBad  On several of the screens in your theme, you have conditions set if false, the pictures are hidden, like in the following screenshot...question is, where are you getting the hidden from?

 

 

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Go into condition select hidden, then select what you want hidden, and if true or false. Like in this screen I have selected that the temp display will be hidden unless it detects a temp sensing coil

IMAG0760.jpg

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18 minutes ago, ScaryMonkeyMan said:

Go into condition select hidden, then select what you want hidden, and if true or false. Like in this screen I have selected that the temp display will be hidden unless it detects a temp sensing coil

IMAG0760.jpg

 

Thanks...I knew what it was doing but couldn't seem to find it...:thumb:

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If it's set up in automatic if goes off of the order you created the items in manual you set set that order. Click on the checker part of the screen to bring up the wall paper and you will see the options.IMAG0761.thumb.jpg.041d97b1b12f53f7d5417d741e2a7531.jpg Once in manual you can change the order which in turn will determine how you scroll through items. I use that only if I was selected items to scroll in a certain order 1 being first

IMAG0762.thumb.jpg.9ebf465b5c7fd6d7a726aac2a2c5da99.jpg
 

 

Edited by ScaryMonkeyMan
Wrong picture

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I believe auto tab order is right to left - top to bottom, taken from the first pixel hit, so if you have a row make sure the tops are level, and preferable all the same size.

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