I don't know how it's implemented: can the program still detect whether there was a notification or not during the time the schedule is off? Or the program does not respond at all in that time? Instead of triggering a notification, why not just turning on the lights directly? You could use some static boolean areNotifications to decide at schedule on whether to turn the lights on or not.
You probably thought all this already, but I'm just thinking out loud.
Personally, if I receive an email that late at night or so early in the morning it will not be anything important. I can leave without BLN for that. If it's urgent, I'll get a phone call, not an email, and I'll hear that. So the workaround works fine for me, it's just interesting why is not lighting it up...
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I pushed the liblights from the blinky app. I thought that was the latest, but where do I obtain BLN liblights? I uninstalled and reinstalled the app but I'm not getting liblights from that.
EDIT: I also grabbed the latest from your github. But the app is telling me liblights is the correct version, but the kernel doesn't support BLN.
I released right now an update to the pro version:
added: call notification
added: blinking support
Btw, i am thinking of adding that blinking feature to the kernel driver - so anyone could benefit from that, whether you have the free or pro version of the app.
But that will need some time...
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