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#21
Originally Posted by hlev80 View Post
I guess this works without the timer already.
I didn't check it without timer, just packaged as is and checked on my device a few times (after reboot and after homescreen refresh). Work very good and almost without delay.
 
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#22
Originally Posted by Schturman View Post
I didn't check it without timer, just packaged as is and checked on my device a few times (after reboot and after homescreen refresh). Work very good and almost without delay.
I checked, it works without the timer, but it interferes with the PIN code prompt.

As you type in the PIN digits, batteryoverlay starts and the already entered digits are erased. It would be nice if the autostart could be tied to an event that is fired after the PIN is entered and is accepted.
 
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#24
First thanks for that great programm (which in my opinion could replace the "normal" jolla battery notification!)

I got two things on my mind:
First an idea for improvment: As batterys are lasting the longest when kept between 20-80% load it would be great if this could be indicated (by a note or colour change or something like that).

Second: maybe a more general idea. I remember a "robots" app from nokia ovi beta - where the programm did "automatize" some stuff. Guess as its buried deep in my mind the only actual thing i remember from that was a reminder: like it measures and logs your standard battery usage - and knows when you usually go to sleep. So it gives you a message in the evening, when your battery won't last through the day so you can load it overnight.

And agin: great app - thanks for that.
 
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#25
First thing you can do yourself by going to battery overlay settings and set threshold you want
Second idea not for this application. I'm keeping it small and simple, and wont add any functions to store battery usage, measures and any other advanced features.
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#26
Hello, Stupid(?) question..

it says crate file to home\nemo for autostart.

Could you give "code" for terminal to do this?

Sorry. Thanks!
 
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#27
touch /home/nemo/batteryoverlay.autostart
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Thanks again! It was this touch code, thta I did not found..
 
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Tell me please if disappearing statusbar bug is fixed for everybody
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#30
Should this autostart work on Jolla C normally? I canīt get it working.

No autostart, even I added this batteryoverlay.autostart

I also tried batteryoverlay2.autostart but not starting automatically.

I tried first to install batteruoverlay 2 from Jolla store and then removed it and installed it from storeown.

But no autostart.
 

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