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By Houndcatcher, Senior Member on 9th January 2014, 10:43 AM
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I'm currently using the following to return signal strength

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$#NWIFI#!=?#NWSIG#:#NCSIG#$
Is there a way to edit that code to get the value returned as a percentage please?
 
 
9th January 2014, 11:47 AM |#2  
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I'm currently using the following to return signal strength

Code:
$#NWIFI#!=?#NWSIG#:#NCSIG#$
Is there a way to edit that code to get the value returned as a percentage please?

Could you please clarify, what you mean with "percentage"? Percentage of available signal levels? Percentage of signal quality?
9th January 2014, 01:24 PM |#3  
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Could you please clarify, what you mean with "percentage"? Percentage of available signal levels? Percentage of signal quality?

Sorry looking for levels if poss
11th January 2014, 09:04 AM |#4  
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Not possible then maybe?
11th January 2014, 11:03 AM |#5  
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Not possible then maybe?

Sorry, this totally slipped my mind

While it's certainly possible to calculate a percentage, I doubt its usefulness. The two variables have a small, not continuous range (#NWSIG# 0-9, #NCSIG# 0-31) which results in rather choppy and larger percentage steps.
If you still want to use it though, here is the modified code
Code:
$#NWSTATE=2?(#NWSIG#/9*100):(#NCSIG#/31*100)$%
(the % has to be outside the $ signs)
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Originally Posted by kwerdenker

Sorry, this totally slipped my mind

While it's certainly possible to calculate a percentage, I doubt its usefulness. The two variables have a small, not continuous range (#NWSIG# 0-9, #NCSIG# 0-31) which results in rather choppy and larger percentage steps.
If you still want to use it though, here is the modified code

Code:
$#NWSTATE=2?(#NWSIG#/9*100):(#NCSIG#/31*100)$%
(the % has to be outside the $ signs)

Thanks for that

Seems to half work but my WiFi signal never shows more that around 30% even when it is very strong? Seems like the second part of the code is being used for both WiFi and Cellular?
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I made a typing error when transferring it from my mobile. First part should read #NWSTATE#=2 not #NWSTATE=2.

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11th January 2014, 04:11 PM |#8  
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I made a typing error when transferring it from my mobile. First part should read #NWSTATE#=2 not #NWSTATE=2.

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Should've seen that myself!! Thanks again
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