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19th November 2013, 02:01 AM |#21  
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This app seems very promising! I'm liking it a lot so far.

I do have a feature request. Can you add some parameters like:

Application is in Focus
Application has lost Focus

Also, if you could make Macrodroid compatible with the Gravity Screen app.

This is what I'm looking for pretty much:

If S Memo is in Focus, pause the Gravity Screen service.
If S Memo is not in Focus, resume the Gravity Screen service.

If such features are added in, I'd purchase the Pro version right away.

I'm using e-robot right now and it's been unreliable for me lately.
 
 
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Originally Posted by optimummind

This app seems very promising! I'm liking it a lot so far.

I do have a feature request. Can you add some parameters like:

Application is in Focus
Application has lost Focus

Also, if you could make Macrodroid compatible with the Gravity Screen app.

This is what I'm looking for pretty much:

If S Memo is in Focus, pause the Gravity Screen service.
If S Memo is not in Focus, resume the Gravity Screen service.

If such features are added in, I'd purchase the Pro version right away.

I'm using e-robot right now and it's been unreliable for me lately.

what exactly do you mean by focus?
there is a trigger that is ''application launched / colsed''
there is also constraints for if an app is in the foreground/ not in foreground / alive in background and not running.
that may be what your looking for.
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19th November 2013, 05:54 AM |#24  
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what exactly do you mean by focus?
there is a trigger that is ''application launched / colsed''
there is also constraints for if an app is in the foreground/ not in foreground / alive in background and not running.
that may be what your looking for.

Yes, it might be what I'm looking for. Thx, I'll try it out. However, I don't think there is a way to pause and resume the Gravity Screen service unless the author includes plugin support.
19th November 2013, 06:42 AM |#25  
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Please Add NFC
I know Trigger(app) is for NFC automation. But if you would add NFC support for automation, you would have an "all-in-one" app. Trigger is missing a lot of the automation ability this app has. But I am one of those people that really hate to have multiple apps doing the same job.
19th November 2013, 06:50 AM |#26  
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Oops, it seems I had an unusual load of traffic - the XDA effect!

The website is back now.

The forums can be accessed directly from http://macrodroid.freeforums.org/ or from within the app.

Cheers,

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Originally Posted by optimummind

This app seems very promising! I'm liking it a lot so far.

I do have a feature request. Can you add some parameters like:

Application is in Focus
Application has lost Focus

Also, if you could make Macrodroid compatible with the Gravity Screen app.

This is what I'm looking for pretty much:

If S Memo is in Focus, pause the Gravity Screen service.
If S Memo is not in Focus, resume the Gravity Screen service.

If such features are added in, I'd purchase the Pro version right away.

I'm using e-robot right now and it's been unreliable for me lately.

Hi,

Does the running application constraint not do what you require? It allows you to specify if an app is running in foreground or not in the foreground. The application launched/close trigger works on the foreground app.

Is this Something Samsung specific, like a floating window (rather than a foreground app?).

I'll take a look at the Gravity Screen app.

Cheers,

Jamie
19th November 2013, 06:55 AM |#28  
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Is it possible to turn LTE/4G on/off?

Hi,

Sorry that functionality is not currently supported. I'm not sure if this is supported in the latest Android SDK or if their is some root only hack, must research....

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19th November 2013, 07:38 AM |#29  
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Hi,

Does the running application constraint not do what you require? It allows you to specify if an app is running in foreground or not in the foreground. The application launched/close trigger works on the foreground app.

Is this Something Samsung specific, like a floating window (rather than a foreground app?).

I'll take a look at the Gravity Screen app.

Cheers,

Jamie

No, it's not about Samsung's Multiwindow.

This is what I want to accomplish: I open Chrome and it's in focus or on my screen. Then I want the Gravity Screen service to pause (so that covering up the proximity sensor does not turn off my screen).

Then later, when I switch to a different app or go to my Homescreen (and Chrome is running but no longer in focus or on the screen), Gravity Screen service resumes (so when the proximity sensor gets covered up, the screen turns off). I hope I made myself more clear.
19th November 2013, 07:47 AM |#30  
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No, it's not about Samsung's Multiwindow.

This is what I want to accomplish: I open Chrome and it's in focus or on my screen. Then I want the Gravity Screen service to pause (so that covering up the proximity sensor does not turn off my screen).

Then later, when I switch to a different app or go to my Homescreen (and Chrome is running but no longer in focus or on the screen), Gravity Screen service resumes (so when the proximity sensor gets covered up, the screen turns off). I hope I made myself more clear.

Thanks for the clarification, the application launched/closed triggers should do what you want (if there is a way to hook it up to the Gravity Screen service).

Cheers,

Jamie
19th November 2013, 10:10 AM |#31  
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Why is it incompatible with all of my devices?

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