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David Smith
Independent iOS developer. Independent in general.
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David Smith 3h
Replying to @DanFrakes
Both are on my roadmap, but not in there currently. Glad you’re liking it!
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David Smith Apr 20
Replying to @vonwhites
Thanks for the feedback, I’ll take a look.
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David Smith Apr 20
Replying to @nicktmro @OvercastFM
Hmm, not sure what is happening there. I see it when I look at the episode. Here is the link either way though
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David Smith Apr 19
Replying to @m_simo
Absolutely, I missed that in my initial testing but have it in the app now. Will be in the next update, likely middle of next week.
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David Smith Apr 19
Replying to @invig
Whoops, it looks like I got them backwards on the Grey theme. Sorry about that I’ll get it fixed. It should be the other way around like it is in the other themes.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @varuagniaj
The days alternate blue and green so you can know when one day is ahead of the others. In that example Tokyo is about to start its next (blue) day, once the others get near to midnight they will to.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @StefanoRausch
I’ve looked at doing that but it starts to get very tricky for situations where different places move in and out of a particular zone during the year. I don’t think any of those African zones use daylight savings but many other regional zones are affected by it.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @lukebrewster
Hmm interesting. You’re talking about that event with a very long title right? Where it will get cut off because I don’t wrap it right?
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @StefanoRausch
Yup, both Mauritius (Port Louis) and Seychelles (Victoria) are added for the next update.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @CarlitosYoder
I know, I know. But I like the name so much in English that I think I’ll keep it…even though doesn’t translate into Spanish…maybe I’ll need to localize it to something else there, like CalenZona or something.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @andrewsmit
I tried to find a balance between too many cities in the list and good coverage of unique time zone locations. It looks like my filter was a bit too fine in this case. I'll get Bhutan added in the next update. Thanks for letting me know it was missing.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @VarinPrime
It uses the built in calendar system, so whatever calendars you have enabled for the main Calendar app are available within CalZones.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @fatih
I can display up to 3 in the middle space because it is large enough, but only a single option in the bottom row
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @fatih
Ahh, sorry that is not currently supported. I can only have a single instance of each ‘type’ of slot, so on that face my options are middle and then a single circle. So unfortunately until Apple adds more capability I can’t have a different complications for that second spot.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @TossingStones
I get up around 4:50am, go to the GYM until 6:30, breakfast, shower, drive the kids to school, then start working around 9:15. I don’t use any HomeKit for anything.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @fatih
The configuration options depend on which watch face you are using, for example the Infograph watch face lets you show up to 5 timezones at once when fully configured. Some of the faces have fewer options based on what Apple allows.
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David Smith Apr 18
Calzones 1.0.1 is out now. It includes a few bug fixes along with: - Drag and Drop for events on iPad - Configuration for the Photos/Solar top complication.
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @BoldInterrobang
Swipe over in the Complication configuration screen until you get to the “Infograph Modular” watch face. You can configure each different watch face to have different locations. Does that make sense?
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David Smith Apr 18
Replying to @brianminor
I’m doing some crazy work with the timeline to make that work out. Not sure I’d recommend my approach.
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David Smith Apr 17
Replying to @matgod
Right now only the events scroll vertically if there is overflow, I’ll be changing that to full screen in the next update. Sorry about that. I did most of my testing with 3-4 zones, so overlooked it.
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