Tutorial - 10 Screen, Altitude, Distance, Speed - Watch with Tasker
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|Designed On:||Moto 360 (V1)|
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DescriptionSuunto Ambit 3 v3 with Altitude, distance and speed and added *daily alarm, etc v3 Added dynamic battery meter, compass pointer, dynamic heart icon (watch your heart beat) and maps... When in compass screen, tap on large cardinal (120°NW) at centre of screen. Tap again to cycle map view. Tap top of screen (12 o'clock position ) to zoom map in and touch bottom (6 position ) to zoom out as requested by +Jevgen Malahhov 100% made in Watchmaker > Altimeter (needs Tasker, read below) > Distance moved whilst stopwatch running (based on a geometric calculation between coordinates) > speeds and progress rates (formula based) > daily alarm Alarm Tap 10 o'clock (BACK LAP) to add hours Tap 7 o'clock (VIEW) to subtract hours Tap 2 o'clock (START STOP) to add minutes Tap 5 o'clock (VIEW LOCK) to subtract minutes Tap 12 o'clock to increase day Tap 6 o'clock to decrease day Tap centre to toggle alarm on/off (indicator works) WiFi indicator is dynamic with on/off and WiFi strength Stopwatch with laptime >When the Stopwatch is running, pressing BACK LAP button at 10 o'clock toggles laptime, press again to toggle to sw. *note...as long as the stopwatch is running, the back button is disabled as it's used for laptime. To reset stopwatch it needs to be stopped, then press BACK and the back button is reactivated and resets stopwatch. To use the speeds and distance NOTE the speeds are averages between Stopwatch start and stop, NOT live speed like a GPS When you start Stopwatch, it loads your latitude and longitude and altitude.....when you stop the stopwatch it calculates new latitude /longitude and nd works out the distance. Then the speeds is calculated as it knows time (from the stopwatch) and distance S=D/T Tap VIEW to toggle light color Tap LIGHT LOCK to lock the view, tap again to release NEXT and BACK to go forward/backward through screens....