- Sep 28, 2007
Ok I'm probably being really thick here, but if there a watch face with Roman numerals on? it seems strange that that is missing.
It's not about basics. Google for yourself and you'll see there are lots of watch faces with IIII for IV etc. For some manufacturers it's a question of design whether you like it or not.They obviously don't know Roman Numerals then. I would be worried about wether it would keep accurate time if they can't even get the basics right.
Still doesn't answer the question about how the hell you actually get Roman numerals to show! I feel I've been through every setting on the watch (and watch app) 15 times and it's driving me mad!Actually guys, if you zoom in, you'll see that the X and the V's aren't captured well in the photo, as it appears half of them is a much finer line. Only the \ appears to be visible.
Heh, did anyone ask them? Maybe they're an Apple employee and they're running an early build of 1.1 (and seriously messed up by posting that watch face)?Still doesn't answer the question about how the hell you actually get Roman numerals to show! I feel I've been through every setting on the watch (and watch app) 15 times and it's driving me mad!
No, another force touch will take you back to the selection of watch faces. All face options are selected/changed via the digital crown.Ashamed to say I don't have my watch yet (so I can't try this myself). If you're customizing the Utility face, if you do another force touch on the number, does it allow you to change the font for the number? (maybe that's how he got it?)
Also wondering if this is a delta between 1.0 and 1.0.1? Anyone not update yet that could verify?