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Light flow stopped working now

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Why not use the built in notification light control? light flow is known to cause issues.
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Lol, he was being sarcastic. Because this is a thread discussing nightlies and as the name says, there will be one almost every night. So no need to post that there is one coming...

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Lol, he was being sarcastic. Because this is a thread discussing nightlies and as the name says, there will be one almost every night. So no need to post that there is one coming...

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Why not use the built in notification light control? light flow is known to cause issues.
The always on feature doesn't work, and the built in LED control causes the light to go bright and dim, bright and dim, etc.. is that gonna cause lots of battery drain:s

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The always on feature doesn't work, and the built in LED control causes the light to go bright and dim, bright and dim, etc.. is that gonna cause lots of battery drain:s

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Drain is minimal, almost negligable.

If you're worried about overnight drain as the light is pinging away for 8 hours, you can use Sound>Quiet Hours to set daily times where you can disable sound, notifications (including pulse light), etc...

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The always on feature doesn't work, and the built in LED control causes the light to go bright and dim, bright and dim, etc.. is that gonna cause lots of battery drain:s

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led uses almost no battery.

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