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1.0.24b (Beta) (2014-08-04)
- Added new “AutoPebble Query Other” Tasker action so that you can know what other Pebble apps you have installed.
- Added option to keep the last known selected position in list screens
- Another attempt at fixing the blank screen issues
- Attempt to fix the “blank screen” problem people were having.
- Added way to set commands for App events (Watch App Opened, Pebble Connected, Pebble Disconnected, Media Previous, Play and Next), so you can make it even more dynamic. For example, you can set a command to be sent when the Watch app is opened instead of reacting to the Watch App Opened trigger.
- Fixed bug where notification actions weren’t being sent.
- Added option to define a different separator in list screens (other than commas) so that you can set lists with ‘,’ in their labels.
- Made some changes to the way screens are created, hopefully taking care of blank screens
- Fixed crash on watch app when going back on the last available screen from your Android device
- Fixed light. Wasn’t resetting after a screen change
- Added %apstatus and %apstatusdesc variables in the ‘AutoPebble App’ condition so you can more easily act on what the status change was
- You can now override the Back button functionality in Quick and Text screens. I’m trying to get it to work on List Screens. You can change the single and double click behaviour but not the long click, since that is always used to force-exit a Pebble app.
- You can choose if the back button goes back or not, in addition to sending a command to AutoPebble on your Android device.
- You can now remove a window with a given ID with the “AutoPebble App” action. This allows you for example to dismiss a notification whether its showing at the moment or not.
- Added options to have different commands depending on the direction of the motion you do with your Pebble. You can set different commands for the X, Y and Z movement axis.
- Added option to make Window Full Screen
- Quick Screens with no title have the options rearranged so that they fill up more of the screen.
- Notifications with no buttons will have the text area take up the whole screen.
- Notification with vibration pattern will execute the right vibration pattern now
- You can filter by key and value in the “AutoPebble Other App” Tasker condition so you can more easily react only to the commands you want to react to
- All other apps are now disabled by default. You can enable the ones you want to intercept commands of. Otherwise there could be unneeded load in AutoPebble.
- Fixed logs so that they show other app’s commands.
- Added separate option to show other app logs
- Added way to interact with other pebble apps. You can import apps here and then Open and Close these Apps with the “AutoPebble App” Tasker action and even react to these app’s messages with the “AutoPebble Other App” Tasker condition. You can react in different ways depending on what you do in the other app. Commands can be intercepted only in the “Watch to Phone” direction, the “Phone To Watch” direction or both.
- What this means in practice is that you can now open and close any app at any time on your Pebble as long as it’s listed on the app page. It also means that you can do any Tasker action from any app that communicates with the Phone via a companion app, whether that app has Tasker support or not!
- Pebble Apps are automatically added when they are detected.
- Added way to set the vibration on click pattern for when you execute any AutoPebble command on your watch.
- Added “No Prefix if command” option, which allows you not to use the prefix on a command that already has the ‘=:=’ in it. This can be useful to mix different commands on the same screen
- Added small tutorial on the watch app when it’s open for more then 3 seconds on the initial screen.
- Allows you to change fonts
- Added Screen ID feature. this is similar to notification IDs in AutoNotification where if you set an ID on a screen, it’ll replace a screen with the same ID if it exists. I use this for example with my Set top box remote control, where I have a quickscreen to control basic functions (channel up, channel down, play/pause, etc) and a list screen with the channel list. I can toggle between the two with a Twist of the wrist, and since they have the same ID, they will always overlap and I can press back on my pebble anytime to exit this remote.
- Added “Do Not Disturb” mode to screens. If enabled, no new screens will be created unless it has the same ID as the top most screen.
- Added option to not send a screen right away. This should be used with the “Save Screen” feature, so you can send the screen later.
- Changed the way a screen is saved. If a screen has an ID, the ID will be used to saved. Otherwise, its type (List Screen, Quick Screen, Text Screen, etc) will be used to save it.
- Added more options to notifications regarding screen control
- Added new “AutoPebble Text Screen” tasker action where you can set a screen with a really long scrollable text. You can also set actions for the middle button on your pebble.
- Changed the option to “Clear History” to a selection:
- Add new Window
- Replace Current Window
- Clear all Windows
- Added option to save a screen when sending it, so you can easily re-send it later.
- Added option to “Go Back” in the “AutoPebble App” Tasker action, so you can navigate back from Tasker (equivalent of pressing the back button on your pebble)
- Fixed crashes and small bugs
- Added new “AutoPebble Quick Screen” Tasker action, where you can set 3 options on a screen, each with its own label, action long click action and double click action.
- Added “history” to navigation. Now when you press back on your pebble you’ll go to the previous screen instead of exiting the app right away.
- Added option for list to “Clear History” so you can keep the same behaviour as before if you want.
- Added options to intercept Media buttons so that you can easily launch AutoPebble (or do anything else) from the Pebble music player. This way you can launch AutoPebble in 3 clicks, instead of going all the way down to select the app
- You need to reconfigure your “AutoPebble App” conditions because you can now choose if you want the condition to trigger on Watch App Opened, Pebble Connected or Pebble Disconnected
- Labels, Commands and Long Click Commands now don’t have a length limitation. Previously they were limited to 100 characters
- You can check if your pebble is connected to your phone in a Task with the “AutoPebble App” action
- Added twist command to notifications
- Important, remove and recreate any “AutoPebble App” action you might have
- You can now react to the watch app opening in Tasker
- Removed the “Home Screen” option. If you want a “Home Screen”, set it in a Task that reacts to the app opening.
- You can set each individual line’s height now
- You can set a long click prefix for commands
- You can set the Light Mode (Always on, Always off, turn on for a little while) from both “AutoPebble App” and “AutoPebble List” Tasker actions
- You can set the Vibration Pattern (You can generate one in the AutoRemote website here: http://autoremotejoaomgcd.appspot.com/AutoRemoteNotification.html) from both “AutoPebble App” and “AutoPebble List” Tasker actions
- You can set an action for the “twist” motion that happens when you twist your wrist.