it would be awesome if there was a way to select the brightness at which the screensaver becomes active. At night when my bed lamp is still on, the LaMetric which is located about 2 meters away already turns its screensaver on. Here I would like to adjust the threshold to a lower brightness so the saver doesn't trigger before I turn off the bed lamp and the room is fully dark.
Yesterday at 5pm it was completely sunny and the sensor had a reflection off it and it still had the screensaver activated. It's frustrating and I'm about to just set it to do it by time, and I really don't want to.
Great idea ! Most of the time the sensor is too sensitive and the screensaver is launched too easily.
+1, it goes to screensaver if I don't turn on light on light, but I don't turn on light it's because the is not yet down.
Or maybe only a API call to set it if this not in the App.
Thanks for reaching out to us.
Please, check if you have a screensaver mode enabled (by default, LaMetric Time activates the screensaver depending on the nearby brightness level).
Thanks for your response.
Unfortunately, currently, there is no such feature. But we appreciate your idea and we'll consider it when working on further updates.
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I understand you have other priority in your roadmap, but seriously this a 3 years request. On a cloudy day, it goes into screensaver in the middle of the day. That's not a big feature but just a usability fix.
And I hope that you didn't read topic and messages for making a recommandation how to config screensaver. That's a really frustrating communication...
Following this thread. Got my LaMetric Time this weekend and while I'm overall happy with it so far, the light sensitivity for the screensaver was something I got annoyed by the very first day of use. The setting is almost unusable, but as others have noted the time-based workaround isn't really viable since it's too static.
Considering the current roadmap, it seems like there might be room for some basic improvements such as this - I mean, if it's going up against an egg timer or snake game in prioritisation... :wink: