RuggedHunter's Edge AutoCocktail automates the launch of the native edge cocktailbar feed service for your device and after configuring your feeds, will automatically scroll to the briefings feed when you receive any new notification! If you've ever thought it would be useful to have your notifications appear on the edge when your display is off...ever wished to make the night clock active all day instead of just 12 hours...then Edge AutoCocktail is for you!
* Choose edge feed brightness
* Choose which edge to display feed independent of Edge Settings
* Choose specific app's notifications to trigger edge briefings feed or choose all notifications
* Proximity sensor to stop edge feeds from displaying when device is in pocket
* Select AutoCocktail timeout
* Intuitive Fast Charging modification will automatically switch from Clock Always to Notification Only temporarily while fast charging
* Select from several colors for the app UI
AutoCocktail will not launch the edge cocktailbar feeds until a new notification is received.
When notification is received you will see the native clock & weather feed briefly on the edge before AutoCocktail scrolls to your briefing feed.
The edge feed will turn off after the AutoCocktail timeout has expired.
Clock Always On:
AutoCocktail will automatically launch the native clock & weather feed.
The clock & weather feed will stay on for as long as you set the timeout in Edge Settings > Information Stream > Edge Screen Timeout
AutoCocktail will then automatically relaunch the clock & weather feed when the timeout expires.
AutoCocktail will turn off the feed when the proximity sensor is covered and restart it when uncovered. (Saves battery when device is in your pocket and easily restores the clock & weather after manually scrolling thru your other feeds).
When a new notification is received AutoCocktail will scroll down to your briefings feed.
Briefings feed will stay until the AutoCocktail timeout expires, then restores the clock & weather feed.
Continuous Feed Scroll:
AutoCocktail will launch the native clock/weather feed, then scroll thru each of your activated feed at am interval determined by the AutoCocktail timeout. When the android setting for Edge Screen Timeout expires, the edge will turn off and then start over again with the clock feed.
Note - Samsung default behavior is to turn on the display when a new SMS/MMS is received. That defeats the purpose of this app. I recommend following these instructions to change that behaviour. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=60887473
* Reorder your feeds so that a single swipe towards the center of the screen (any orientation) loads your briefing feed!
Edge Settings > Information Stream > Manage Feeds > Reorder
* Set the Edge Screen Timeout to max if you're using Clock Always On
Many thanks to trailblazer101 for the nudge in the right direction and to Pent for developing Tasker.
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