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    I think that the LED needs to flash about twice as fast as it does now. At the moment it is about once every 3 seconds. If you want to check for LED notifications, you can't just glance at your phone. If you miss a flash you have to keep looking at it for a couple of seconds to see the next flash. What do you think?
    Last edited by johncc; 02/17/2010 at 12:54 AM.
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    Agreed!!
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    You can change the LED behavior in /etc/palm/luna.conf

    Here's a patch to make the ramp down time 750 ms and 750 ms dark: http://stealthberry.org/webos/patche...throbber.patch
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    Quote Originally Posted by frause View Post
    You can change the LED behavior in /etc/palm/luna.conf

    Here's a patch to make the ramp down time 750 ms and 750 ms dark: http://stealthberry.org/webos/patche...throbber.patch
    Thanks very much for that. Installed with WebOSQI, and it does improve things. The normal pulsing effect is good but I might play around with the parameters a bit to reduce the off time.
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    nice one cheers!
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    I personaly like it the way it is, but it's always nice to have options.

    Perhaps someone could work on a patch to add a slider for pulse speed under the on/off switch for the notifications?
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    I know it takes so long between pulses I was late to work one day waiting for it to flash again
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    THis is awesome thanks!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by frause View Post
    You can change the LED behavior in /etc/palm/luna.conf

    Here's a patch to make the ramp down time 750 ms and 750 ms dark: http://stealthberry.org/webos/patche...throbber.patch
    Good work! This patch should be in Preware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johncc View Post
    If you miss a flash you have to keep looking at it for a couple of seconds to see the next flash. What do you think?
    Wow. A couple of seconds. I think my life is not important enough to let a couple of lost seconds cause me grief.

    So, how many of you out there get half of your teeth pulled just to save you brushing time each morning?

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