The switch to the new AppCompat activities had caused collateral damage… a crash occurred when you told Google+ to “set the alarm clock to …” – needed a fast update! SAD! (*)
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This would open Personal Sunrise to all kind of senseful and senseless usages:
(These are the items I would use it for – I use FHEM here in my appartment 😉
Any ideas? Anybody interested?
in the version history (https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/), and you’ll understand why I am angry with Google.
The operating system used to be clean and (relatively) easy to program apps for, but in the meatime it has become a mine field of problems showing up with each new version.
sorry, screenshots in German… This is what will come next:
The multiple Hue configurations are delayed – the customer asking for them did choose not to use the app any more, so there’s no urgent need. It’s nearly finished though. The rest is finished. I guess I will release the 1.8.4 this weekend.
Well, finishing is just before starting… while I thought the Hue subject would be closed, customer requests and my own experiences causing me to make some additions:
As one of my sons complained about the old-fashioned UI (form follows function is not “in” any more), I thought about that and integrated new UI themes, switchable in “Settings > Main Screen” using the “material design” colors and some ideas from it. I hope you agree it’s more modern, while still offering the same convenience.
even if Google offers you the golden apple… there’s always a catch!
The calendars selected for the Calendar automatics (using the”@Sunrise:” commands invented last week) are searched for all-day-items with “vacation” in the item’s text.
If one is found, a notification offers to ignore that entry as irrelevant (by adding “@sunrise:ignore” command to its description) or to suppress alarms in that date range (not surprisingly using “@sunrise:-“).