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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Fri Aug 30, 2013 5:29 pm

patrick0101 wrote:Dumb question: How do I get to the Service Menu? I have v0.26n9, but there is no 5th screen. I looked in the settings and I don't see what I'm missing.
This version has it in the Settings/Debug panel.

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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:30 pm

FalconFour wrote:Now my Leaf unlocks the doors when I hit "P", and that, in my opinion, is amazing. Thanks!
+1! I also set mine to lock as soon as it's taken out of P instead of at 15mph...Awesome!
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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Sat Aug 31, 2013 1:03 am

LittleChap wrote:Regarding font size ... would it be possible to capture the current setting when your app opens, set it to Normal, and then restore the previous setting when the app exits?

Love the app, and the great work you're doing developing features!

Cheers ... Michael
Unfortunately that is a System setting that an app can not change. Only read it.

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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Sat Aug 31, 2013 1:39 am

patrick0101 wrote:The Leaf Batter app is awesome. Thanks for all the hard work Turbo3. Here are my two nit improvement suggestions (I am currently running v0.26 n9 but these are not specific to this ver):
1) Screen 4 misreads my swipes as taps. If I am swiping left to go from screen 4 to screen 1, I generally start the swipe on the right. The swipe is usually read as a tap on the temp/PSI area or a tap in the LBW/VLBW area.
2) Screen 2's left axis should be labeled "Cell Pair Count".
1) It is not a good idea to swipe starting over a clickable area as the click function will take the input before the swipe function ever sees it. So on screen 4 you should swipe over the battery area as there are no clickable areas there. You can also just tap center bottom area to move one screen ahead or do a long tap to move one screen back.
2) Fixed. Will now say "Cell Pair Count (xxx mV Scale)"

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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Sun Sep 01, 2013 7:21 am

patrick0101 wrote:The Leaf Batter app is awesome. Thanks for all the hard work Turbo3. Here are my two nit improvement suggestions (I am currently running v0.26 n9 but these are not specific to this ver):
1) Screen 4 misreads my swipes as taps. If I am swiping left to go from screen 4 to screen 1, I generally start the swipe on the right. The swipe is usually read as a tap on the temp/PSI area or a tap in the LBW/VLBW area.
I have the same issue trying to swipe from screen 4 to screen 1. It seems that I only really use screen 1 (for batt health, capacity and amp hours) and screen 4. It would be nice if there was a feature to "turn off" screen two & three, so we could alternate more easily between screen 1 and 4 and that way, we could swipe in the opposite direction (from left to right) to pull up the other screen and not have it recognized as taps on screen 4.
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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Sun Sep 01, 2013 11:07 am

FalconFour wrote:I've noticed another small bug that's come up in the latest version... getting the app to "exit" is getting to be a bit of a challenge. I still wish the app would only run in the foreground (and automatically exit when pushed to the background), but I can deal with using "back" to full-quit the program. That is, when it doesn't ask me twice. :lol: Seems like most of the time when I try to quit the program now, it ignores the first time I say "Yes" I want to quit. It just flat-out does nothing when I say "yes" to quit, and I have to hit "back" and "yes" again to (usually, finally) quit the app. Last night I actually had to do that 3 times! :lol: Not sure what causes it, but it might be a "back" layering issue relative to the settings/service sub-menus - just my random guess. :)
I'm seeing this as well.
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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Sun Sep 01, 2013 12:46 pm

vrwl wrote:It seems that I only really use screen 1 (for batt health, capacity and amp hours) and screen 4. It would be nice if there was a feature to "turn off" screen two & three, so we could alternate more easily between screen 1 and 4...
Same... 2 and 3 are redundant to the data already on pages 1 and 4, IMO, so I don't use 'em (then again, 4 was in part my idea, so I may be biased). I could actually go with a button instead of a swipe. Next beta, maybe. 8-)
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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Sun Sep 01, 2013 1:32 pm

FalconFour wrote:
vrwl wrote:It seems that I only really use screen 1 (for batt health, capacity and amp hours) and screen 4. It would be nice if there was a feature to "turn off" screen two & three, so we could alternate more easily between screen 1 and 4...
Same... 2 and 3 are redundant to the data already on pages 1 and 4, IMO, so I don't use 'em (then again, 4 was in part my idea, so I may be biased). I could actually go with a button instead of a swipe. Next beta, maybe. 8-)
Currently, to get from 4 to 1, I tap the set of four dots in the lower left corner. That takes you to screen one. Then to go back from 1 to 4, I use the swipe backwards. It works just fine like that, but I'd love a cleaner swipe action from 4 to 1. I'll give what Jim said a try and see if I can find that sweet spot on the screen for swiping. :)
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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Sun Sep 01, 2013 1:35 pm

patrick0101 wrote:Dumb question: How do I get to the Service Menu? I have v0.26n9, but there is no 5th screen. I looked in the settings and I don't see what I'm missing.

do you mean settings? it would be the normal settings or menu button on your phone for any context settings for apps. on mine its the button on the lower left hand corner
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Re: Using clone ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII adapter with Leaf

Sun Sep 01, 2013 2:17 pm

vrwl wrote:
FalconFour wrote:
vrwl wrote:It seems that I only really use screen 1 (for batt health, capacity and amp hours) and screen 4. It would be nice if there was a feature to "turn off" screen two & three, so we could alternate more easily between screen 1 and 4...
Same... 2 and 3 are redundant to the data already on pages 1 and 4, IMO, so I don't use 'em (then again, 4 was in part my idea, so I may be biased). I could actually go with a button instead of a swipe. Next beta, maybe. 8-)
Currently, to get from 4 to 1, I tap the set of four dots in the lower left corner. That takes you to screen one. Then to go back from 1 to 4, I use the swipe backwards. It works just fine like that, but I'd love a cleaner swipe action from 4 to 1. I'll give what Jim said a try and see if I can find that sweet spot on the screen for swiping. :)
There is already a non-visible button to go between screens.

It is at the bottom of the screen (black background area) starting from the page dot area and extending to the version number in the middle.

Tap that area to move ahead one screen or tap and hold to move back one screen.

Everyone knows about this area, right? It was asked for many weeks ago and has been there for a long time now.

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