Fluid watchface graphically displays, how long you are inactive. It ignores the Garmin’s move bar and instead implements its own algorithm. You can specify, how many steps per minute you have to take to reset the activity counter. When you are inactive, the colored part of the clock will start to lose color (green by default) every minute. After 60 minutes, the clock will be empty (white). In this case, Garmin’s move bar would be typically triggered. Another 60 minutes will result in filling the clock back with inactive color (red by default). The watch then stays in this color, unless a sleep is detected – in this case, the clock will change color to white. This provides the best contrast even in low lightning conditions, so the clock can be more easily read during the night. If you take specified number of steps per minute, counter will reset and the clock changes color to active (green). </p>
Fixed issues with "short date" positioning.
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