Gigawatt wrote:OK I understand perhaps the person is not being as nefarious as I thought they were.
Interesting so you are saying that even if you have three bars capacity you can still get 12 bars of charge? What about if you had 12 bars of capacity and only three bars of max charge - confused here.
And also I was reading that just because you have 12 bars doesn’t mean to say that you don’t really have 11.1 or 11.99 interesting stuff.
Supposing you have a gasser when it was new, it got 500 miles per tank. But it got old, worn out like gassers do so now it only gets 450 miles per tank. So are you expecting the gas gauge to reflect that missing 50 miles?
Because that is exactly what you are saying here. The charge bars are a representation of how full your pack is. It has the exact same representation on a 12 bar pack as it does on an 8 bar pack. FYI; the bars don't represent miles. Only the percentage of a full charge.... be it a full charge of 100 miles or a full charge of 60 miles... its simply a representation of a percentage of what could be available.
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