Quote:You do know that you can already switch targets by tapping the preview?
Quote:multiple targets for the same FOV ?
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Quote:exit pupil info would be nice to have
Quote:This is my first post to the website, as my account was just approved today but I have already seen/used your app and it is awesome and easy to use, although red isn't my favorite color but it will do I suppose ; )
Quote:Thanks for the program, couple of observations on my part after testing on Nexus S (2.3.1) and G1 (1.6) - works great on both of 'em:* great idea for the time/gps/compass info on screen, however it looks like the gps portion is quite a battery drain according to OS's list of what's using phone battery.* exit pupil info would be nice to have
Quote:I've changed the GPS polling to once per start-up of the app. Right after starting the app will wait until it has a GPS lock and then turn GPS off to prevent further power consumption.
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Quote:Good idea, that... My phone's an Atrix. Foviewer was not designed for the 540x960 qHD display, so it's a little offset. Doesn't affect me, but thought you might want to know.
Quote:And it's really small on my EEE Pad Transformer's 800x1280 screen. Works fine otherwise, though.
Quote:If you own an Android phone, I would like to invite you to try my new Android application, FOViewer. You can find it in the Android Market.
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