I created a new watch face in WFS 1.3.13 for a Galaxy 5. Each hour mark is represented by an image. At each hour, there are two copies of that image stacked on top of each other. One image is set to 100% opacity, the other at 30%. I have Timelines set for each image such that the one that is set at 100% is ON only for that particular hour and OFF the other 23. And the image that is set at 30% is set to ON for the other 23 hours and OFF for that particular hour. This should result in the image at a given hour mark displaying at 100% opacity just during its hour period and dimmed to 30% for the rest. So, for example, at 3 o’clock, the image at the 3 o’clock mark is full on 100% and all the other hours are dimmed at 30%. This works perfectly when I run it in the WFS app. But when I transfer it to my watch, all images show at 100% regardless of the time.
Hi @mikeballard .I don’t see why you need to switch off the lower Glass . Surely Just switching on the brighter image of the Glass is enough . Like @dect I tend to use The opacity of the Colour to do that sort of stuff .thanks to copy and paste I find it a lot quicker . Coming from a platform where they do not have a time line I find usin Tags easier . There is a lot of Voodoo in that time line . I would go back and make the most simple of tests till it works on your watch correctly . Dump the second line for starters .
If you want to share you WFS file as ZIP some one could look at it for you .
I do not have wear OS watch so I cant say why your timelines do work different on watch.
But I would make it all simple with just two images. One with all the opaque beer glasses as background and one semitransparent as jumping hour hand, that would mask all the glasses but one. something like this: