Hello to all
sorry for my bad english but I need your help. I can't understand how to make small buttons to change the background, index etc.
the first image of SergioA (pag 44) indicates the small area where to double tap to change the background. can you tell me please how to do this? thank you
@erickh that S3 clock face with the train on it, and the window with the gears, do the gears move??? I'm looking to make something like the watchface on the apple iPod nano with the rotating gears behind a small circular view hole at the top, like shown here...
Want to make something that looks exactly like that, but actually round, of course, and with a few smartwatch features, such as a small customizable battery looking bar, and/or battery% as well as a built in digital clock or something, and a mechanical date calendar wheel thing... Would steps on the watch face be possible too??? I'm excited to get my new to me, but used, galaxy S3 and want to do some work on a clock face, possibly, unless one exactly like that already exists???
I decided to give it a go and try the Gear Watch Designer to make some watch faces. I started with my sports teams and then tried a couple premium faces. I'll probably create some more with the faces from this thread:
Only annoying thing is that I can't delete the stock faces on the watch - several of which I'll never use, and there's a limit of 15 faces you can add. Since I've made 8 faces so far, and downloaded a bunch more, I'm out of space! Guess I like to fiddle too much...
Anyway, feel free to post faces you've made. I'd like to get some ideas of what other guys have come up with...
There are tutorials on how to use it. The files in that zip are components that can be added to make a face. Then you need to install it to the watch from the PC, by disconnecting the Bluetooth connection to your phone, and connecting via WiFi to the same network as the PC with the face file.
I recommend downloading some faces (.gwd files) from the Watchland app on your phone. Send them to your PC, and open them in Gear Watch Designer. Use them as a template to see how to put faces together. (And/or swap in you own components).
Apologies for teasing and then going MIA. To make up for it, attached is my Omega Collection. Some have minor mods (Globemaster) and others are more extensive (Speedmaster "Stealth") from the original files found on Watchfaces.be. The Globemaster's date turns red when at/below 20% battery, and Speedmasters feature a discrete battery indicator along the edge of the screen.