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Meaning of Indicator Layout

The Battery and Signal Meta tags use the ‘Layout’ parameters to specify the layout of the indicator icon. The examples below illustrate all possible values of layout parameter.

For more information on how to use the Battery indicator and the Signal indicator please refer to the appropriate help file section.

Layout:Left

The following example shows the battery indicator:

function doBatteryLayoutLeft()
{
    battery.layout = left';
    battery.color = '#000000';
    battery.visibility = 'visible';
}

The following example shows the wireless signal indicator:

function doSignalLayoutLeft()
{
    signal.layout = 'left';
    signal.color = '#FF0000';
    signal.visibility = 'visible';
}

Layout:Right

The following example shows the battery indicator:

function doBatteryLayoutRight()
{
    battery.layout = 'right';
    battery.color = '#000000';
    battery.visibility = 'visible';
}

The following example shows the wireless signal indicator:

function doSignalLayoutRight()
{
    signal.layout = 'right';
    signal.color = '#FF0000';
    signal.visibility = 'visible';
}

Layout:Up

The following example shows the battery indicator:

function doBatteryLayoutTop()
{
    battery.layout = 'up';
    battery.color = '#000000';
    battery.visibility = 'visible';
}

The following example shows the wireless signal indicator:

function doSignalLayoutTop()
{
    signal.layout = 'up';
    signal.color = '#FF0000';
    signal.visibility = 'visible';
}

Layout:Down

The following example shows the battery indicator:

function doBatteryLayoutBottom()
{
    battery.layout = 'down';
    battery.color = '#000000';
    battery.visibility = 'visible';
}

The following example shows the wireless signal indicator:

function doSignalLayoutBottom()
{
    signal.layout = 'down';
    signal.color = '#FF0000';
    signal.visibility = 'visible';
}

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