#15 Time Display Not Updated

open-postponed
nobody
performance (9)
2
2009-07-13
2008-06-01
Sean Stangl
No

When the DS is closed and put into power-save mode, the timer does not update. Therefore, when the DS is reopened, the timer continues to update in one-minute increments from where it last left off. This has the consequence that one can put his DS down at 03:45 for sleep, and wake up the next morning with the clock still at 03:45.

The fix is just to sync the clock with the DS's while resuming from power-save mode.

Discussion

  • Ray Haleblian

    Ray Haleblian - 2008-06-05

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    yeah, i frankly don't care for the clock. need to put to a vote whether to bother with it.

     
  • Ray Haleblian

    Ray Haleblian - 2008-06-05

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    in the short term it should be defeated since it is not accurate.

     
  • Ray Haleblian

    Ray Haleblian - 2008-06-05
    • priority: 5 --> 4
     
  • nikkie

    nikkie - 2008-06-11

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    I found the clock useful, and would be sad if it were removed.

     
  • Ray Haleblian

    Ray Haleblian - 2008-12-31
    • labels: --> performance
    • status: open --> pending-remind
     
  • Ray Haleblian

    Ray Haleblian - 2009-01-18
    • status: pending-remind --> open-remind
     
  • Ray Haleblian

    Ray Haleblian - 2009-01-18
    • status: open-remind --> open-postponed
     
  • Ray Haleblian

    Ray Haleblian - 2009-07-13
    • priority: 4 --> 2
     

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