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Agro wrote:
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These are the latest builds from the development (not always fully tested) branch. I haven’t had any issues with the newest build on my D4V2 Ti.
Thanks, that’s exactly what I was looking for. Thumbs Up
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In this beautiful software there are one awful thing.
Every time, when i am going to check voltage, if i shutdown flashlight on high level, i get huge preflash during 3 short click. And because moonlight not remembered – even if i firstly switch on by hold on moonlight and off then – huge preflash would appear.

It would be essential, if software d’t turn immediatly on memory level after first click. Just moonlight for first 0.1-0.2 sec and only after – turn back to memorized level. So, if we do many clicks – as for voltage check, software would catch next click before turning power up to memorized level.

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I use gentoo on my dev machine. I just got a notice that bzr will be removed from the package repo in 30 days because it requires Python 2. They recommend that I switch to breezy.

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D'AVerk wrote:
In this beautiful software there are one awful thing.
Every time, when i am going to check voltage, if i shutdown flashlight on high level, i get huge preflash during 3 short click. And because moonlight not remembered – even if i firstly switch on by hold on moonlight and off then – huge preflash would appear.

It would be essential, if software d’t turn immediatly on memory level after first click. Just moonlight for first 0.1-0.2 sec and only after – turn back to memorized level. So, if we do many clicks – as for voltage check, software would catch next click before turning power up to memorized level.

Seems to be a worthy change if possible. I usually don’t turn off from High, so maybe I don’t encounter it often, but I’ve encountered this (bright pre-flash) when doing the triple-click battery check.

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Agro wrote:
I use gentoo on my dev machine. I just got a notice that bzr will be removed from the package repo in 30 days because it requires Python 2. They recommend that I switch to breezy.

I use breezy for months already, works great. The multi backend support (bazaar and git) is nice. Much better than fast-export. But for me it’s still just a bridge between bazaar and git. Wink
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d_t_a wrote:
D'AVerk wrote:
In this beautiful software there are one awful thing. Every time, when i am going to check voltage, if i shutdown flashlight on high level, i get huge preflash during 3 short click. And because moonlight not remembered - even if i firstly switch on by hold on moonlight and off then - huge preflash would appear. It would be essential, if software d't turn immediatly on memory level after first click. Just moonlight for first 0.1-0.2 sec and only after - turn back to memorized level. So, if we do many clicks - as for voltage check, software would catch next click before turning power up to memorized level.
Seems to be a worthy change if possible. I usually don't turn off from High, so maybe I don't encounter it often, but I've encountered this (bright pre-flash) when doing the triple-click battery check.

Not sure of the solution would be more painful than the problem. I do agree it's annoying - happens to me all the time, but adding the delay to the basic click ON - I dunno...

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