KLWP Functions

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Since the KLWP Functions are on many different pages on the original Kustom webpage I made easy searchable tables on one side to go along nicely with my Formulas, Funtions and Kodes guide. 

KLWP Functions

This is nothing new, all credits go to +Frank Monza!

DF: Format a Date into text

Syntax: df(format, [date])

Arguments

  • format: Format to be used for the date, see examples
  • date: Date to be used. The Date can be returned by some other function or you can use text. For text dates you can both set it statically using the format '1955y11M12d22h04m00s' to express year 1955, month 11, day 12 at 22:04:00 (all fields are optional), or use 'a/r' (add/remove) operators, so, for example 'a12m3s' will add 12 minutes and 3 secs to current date.

SyntaxFormulaDescription
df(format, [date])$df(h:mm)$Hours and minutes with padding zero
df(format, [date])$df(hh:mma)$Hours with leading zero, minutes and AM/PM marker (if 12h format in use)
df(format, [date])$df(hh:mm:ssa)$Hours with leading zero, minutes, seconds and AM/PM marker (if 12h format in use)
df(format, [date])$df(d MMM yyyy)$Current day number, month short name and full year
df(format, [date])$df(dd/MM/yyyy)$Day / Month / Year numbers
df(format, [date])$df(hh)$Hours with padding zero
df(format, [date])$df(mm)$Minutes with padding zero
df(format, [date])$df(ss)$Seconds with padding zero
df(format, [date])$df(dd)$Day of the month with padding zero
df(format, [date])$df(EEEE)$Current day name
df(format, [date])$df(EEE, a1d)$Tomorrow's short day name
df(format, [date])$df(MMMM)$Current month name
df(format, [date])$df(D)$Day of year (number)
df(format, [date])$df(w)$Week of year
df(format, [date])$df(e)$Current day of the week (number)
df(format, [date])$df(f)$ISO day of week (number, 1=Monday)

TF: Format a time span (es "3 hours ago")

Syntax: tf(date, [format])

Arguments

  • date: Date to be used. The Date can be returned by some other function or you can use text. For text dates you can both set it statically using the format '1955y11M12d22h04m00s' to express year 1955, month 11, day 12 at 22:04:00 (all fields are optional), or use 'a/r' (add/remove) operators, so, for example 'a12m3s' will add 12 minutes and 3 secs to current date.
  • format: Optional format to be used for the time, see examples

SyntaxFormulaDescription
tf(date, [format])$tf(bi(plugged))$Time since last battery plugged/unplugged
tf(date, [format])Midnight $tf(0h0m0sa1d)$Time to midnight (we first set the time to 0 hours, 0 mins and 0 sec then we add one day at the end)
tf(date, [format])Midnight in $tf(0h0m0sa1d, hh:mm:ss)$Countdown to midnight (same as before but we use custom format)
tf(date, [format])$tf(ai(sunset) - ai(sunrise))$Current duration of daylight, automatic format
tf(date, [format])Tonight $tf(ai(sunrise, a1d) - ai(sunset), "h' hours' and m' minutes'")$ of darknessDarkness duration, manual format
tf(date, [format])Sunrise in $tf(ai(nsunrise), M)$ minutesMinutes till next sunrise

LI: Location info (latitude, longitude, address)

Syntax: li(type)

Arguments

  • type: Info type, see examples

SyntaxFormulaDescription
li(type)$li(loc)$Current Locality (ex "Hill Valley", if available)
li(type)$li(country)$Current Country Name (ex "Iceland", if available)
li(type)$li(ccode)$Current Country Code (ex US, if available)
li(type)$li(addr)$Current Address (if available)
li(type)$li(admin)$Current Admin Area (ex CA, if available)
li(type)$li(postal)$Current Postal Code (if available)
li(type)$li(spd)$Current Speed in local unit (kmh/mph if available, 0 otherwise)
li(type)$li(spdm)$Current Speed in meters per second (if available, 0 otherwise)
li(type)$li(spdu)$Current Speed unit (kmh/mph)
li(type)$li(alt)$Altitude in local unit (meters/feet with GPS lock only, 0 otherwise)
li(type)$li(altm)$Altitude in meters (with GPS lock only, o otherwise)
li(type)$li(lat)$Latitude
li(type)$li(lon)$Longitude
li(type)$li(lplat)$Latitude (low precision ~50m)
li(type)$li(lplon)$Longitude (low precision ~50m)

WI: Weather info (temperature, conditions)

Syntax: wi(type)

Arguments

  • type: Info type, see examples

SyntaxFormulaDescription
wi(type)$wi(temp)$$wi(tempu)$Temperature in local unit
wi(type)$wi(flik)$$wi(tempu)$Feels Like temperature (Heat Index) in local unit
wi(type)$wi(cond)$Current weather condition
wi(type)$df("hh:mma", wi(updated))$Time of last weather update in hh:mm format
wi(type)$wi(provider)$Weather provider used to fetch data
wi(type)$wi(icon)$Current weather icon, one of: UNKNOWN, TORNADO, TSTORM, TSHOWER, SHOWER, RAIN, SLEET, LSNOW, SNOW, HAIL, FOG, WINDY, PCLOUDY, MCLOUDY, CLEAR
wi(type)$wi(code)$Current weather code, one of: TORNADO, TROPICAL_STORM, HURRICANE, SEVERE_THUNDERSTORMS, THUNDERSTORMS, MIXED_RAIN_SNOW, MIXED_RAIN_SLEET, MIXED_SNOW_SLEET, FREEZING_DRIZZLE, DRIZZLE, FREEZING_RAIN, SHOWERS, HEAVY_SHOWERS, SNOW_FLURRIES, LIGHT_SNOW_SHOWERS, BLOWING_SNOW, SNOW, HAIL, SLEET, DUST, FOGGY, HAZE, SMOKY, BLUSTERY, WINDY, CLOUDY, MOSTLY_CLOUDY, PARTLY_CLOUDY, CLEAR, FAIR, MIXED_RAIN_AND_HAIL, ISOLATED_THUNDERSTORMS, SCATTERED_SHOWERS, HEAVY_SNOW, SCATTERED_SNOW_SHOWERS, THUNDERSHOWERS, SNOW_SHOWERS, ISOLATED_THUNDERSHOWERS, NOT_AVAILABLE
wi(type)$wi(wspeed)$$li(spdu)$Wind Speed in local unit (kmh/mph)
wi(type)$wi(wspeedm)$mpsWind Speed in meters per second
wi(type)$wi(wchill)$$tc(utf, b0)$$wi(tempu)$Wind Chill in local unit
wi(type)$wi(wdir)$Wind Direction in degrees
wi(type)$wi(press)$mbarCurrent pressure in Millibars
wi(type)$wi(hum)$%Current humidity in percent

WF: Weather forecast info (max/min temperature, conditions)

Syntax: wf(type, day)

Arguments

  • type: Info type, see examples
  • day: Forecast day index (0 is today)

SyntaxFormulaDescription
wf(type, day)$wf(min, 0)$$wi(tempu)$Today's min temperature in local unit
wf(type, day)$wf(max, 0)$$wi(tempu)$Today's max temperature in local unit
wf(type, day)$wf(cond, 0)$Today's forecast condition
wf(type, day)$wf(icon, 0)$Today's forecast icon, one of: UNKNOWN, TORNADO, TSTORM, TSHOWER, SHOWER, RAIN, SLEET, LSNOW, SNOW, HAIL, FOG, WINDY, PCLOUDY, MCLOUDY, CLEAR
wf(type, day)$wf(code, 0)$Today's forecast code, one of: TORNADO, TROPICAL_STORM, HURRICANE, SEVERE_THUNDERSTORMS, THUNDERSTORMS, MIXED_RAIN_SNOW, MIXED_RAIN_SLEET, MIXED_SNOW_SLEET, FREEZING_DRIZZLE, DRIZZLE, FREEZING_RAIN, SHOWERS, HEAVY_SHOWERS, SNOW_FLURRIES, LIGHT_SNOW_SHOWERS, BLOWING_SNOW, SNOW, HAIL, SLEET, DUST, FOGGY, HAZE, SMOKY, BLUSTERY, WINDY, CLOUDY, MOSTLY_CLOUDY, PARTLY_CLOUDY, CLEAR, FAIR, MIXED_RAIN_AND_HAIL, ISOLATED_THUNDERSTORMS, SCATTERED_SHOWERS, HEAVY_SNOW, SCATTERED_SNOW_SHOWERS, THUNDERSHOWERS, SNOW_SHOWERS, ISOLATED_THUNDERSHOWERS, NOT_AVAILABLE
wf(type, day)$wf(wspeed, 0)$$li(spdu)$Wind Speed in local unit (kmh/mph)
wf(type, day)$wf(wspeedm, 0)$mpsWind Speed in meters per second
wf(type, day)$wf(wdir, 0)$Wind Direction in degrees
wf(type, day)$wf(hum, 0)$%Current humidity in percent

NC: Network Connectivity (wifi / phone signal, operator name, network state)

Syntax: nc(text)

Arguments

  • text: Info type, see examples and reference

SyntaxFormulaDescription
nc(text)$nc(csig)$Cell signal from 0 to 4
nc(text)$nc(operator)$Current cell operator
nc(text)$nc(dtype)$Current cellular data connection type (LTE, HSUPA)
nc(text)$nc(dtypes)$Current cellular data connection short type (4G, 3G)
nc(text)$nc(ssid)$Current WiFi SSID (if connected)
nc(text)$nc(wsig)$Wifi signal from 0 to 9
nc(text)$nc(csiga)$Cell signal level as an asu value between 0..31, 99 is unknown
nc(text)$nc(csigd)$Cell signal level in dbm
nc(text)$nc(wrssi)$Wifi signal raw (RSSI)
nc(text)$nc(wspeed)$Wifi speed in Megabit
nc(text)$nc(bt)$Current BlueTooth static, 0 disabled, 1 enabled
nc(text)$nc(cell)$Current cellular status, one of:: OFF, AIRPLANE, ON, DATA, ROAMING, DATAROAMING
nc(text)$nc(wifi)$Current WiFi status, one of:: DISABLED, ENABLED, CONNECTED

BI: Battery info (level, voltage, temperature, time since charging)

Syntax: bi(type, [date])

Arguments

  • type: Info type, see examples
  • date: Optional date for historical data up to 24 hours, you can use usual format so, "r1h" will give one hour ago, "r30m" 30 minutes ago and so on (see examples)

SyntaxFormulaDescription
bi(type, [date])$bi(level)$%Battery Level (in %)
bi(type, [date])$bi(temp)$$wi(tempu)$Battery Temperature in local unit
bi(type, [date])$bi(tempc)$Battery Temperature in celsius
bi(type, [date])$bi(volt)$Battery voltage in millivolts
bi(type, [date])$bi(charging)$Will return 0 if on Battery, 1 if charging from AC, 2 for USB and 4 for Wireless
bi(type, [date])$bi(source)$Current power source (Battery, AC, USB or Wireless)
bi(type, [date])$df("hh:mma", bi(plugged))$Date of last plugged / unplugged event
bi(type, [date])$if(bi(charging) = 0, "unplugged", "plugged")$ $tf(bi(plugged))$Time since last plugged / unplugged event
bi(type, [date])$df("hh:mma", bi(fullempty))$Date of expected next charged/discharged event
bi(type, [date])$if(bi(charging) = 0, discharged, charged)$ $tf(bi(fullempty))$Time to next expected charged/discharged event
bi(type, [date])$if(bi(charging) = 0, Discharged, Full)$$if(bi(charging) = 0 | bi(level) < 100, " in " + tf(bi(fullempty) - dp()))$Alternate time to next expected charged/discharged event with relative time
bi(type, [date])$bi(level, r30m)$%Battery Level (in %) 30 minutes ago
bi(type, [date])$bi(source, r1h)$Battery Source 1 hour ago
bi(type, [date])$bi(temp, r2h)$$wi(tempu)$Battery Temp 2 hours ago

SI: System info (next alarm, uptime, model, rom)

Syntax: si(type)

Arguments

  • type: Info type, see examples

 

SyntaxFormulaDescription
si(type)$df("EEE hh:mma", si(alarmd))$Next alarm formatted date (if set)
si(type)$si(alarmt)$Next alarm as original text
si(type)$si(alarmon)$Alarm switch, return 1 if alarm is set, 0 otherwise
si(type)Next alarm $tf(si(alarmd))$Time to next alarm (if set)
si(type)$si(land)$Screen Orientation (gives 0 in portrait, 1 if landscape)
si(type)$si(locked)$Device Lock (gives 1 if locked, 0 if not)
si(type)Uptime: $tf(df(S) - df(S, si(boot)))$Time since boot (uptime)
si(type)$si(screen)$Current desktop screen (if supported)
si(type)$si(screenc)$Current desktop screen count (if supported)
si(type)$si(model)$Phone Model
si(type)$si(man)$Phone Manufacturer
si(type)$si(build)$ROM Name

RM: Resource Monitor (cpu, memory)

Syntax: rm(type, [fs])

Arguments

  • type: Info type, see examples
  • fs: FS to get stats from, use "int" for internal, "ext" for SD (default) or specify custom absolute path

SyntaxFormulaDescription
rm(type, [fs])$rm(cidle)$%Current idle cpu in %
rm(type, [fs])$rm(cused)$%Current used (sys + usr) cpu in %
rm(type, [fs])$rm(cusr)$%Current user cpu in %
rm(type, [fs])$rm(csys)$%Current system cpu in %
rm(type, [fs])$rm(fmin)$MhzMin CPU frequency in Mhz
rm(type, [fs])$rm(fmax)$MhzMax CPU frequency in Mhz
rm(type, [fs])$rm(fcur)$MhzCurrent CPU frequency in Mhz
rm(type, [fs])$rm(mtot)$MBTotal memory in Mb
rm(type, [fs])$rm(mfree)$MBFree memory in Mb
rm(type, [fs])$rm(mused)$MBUsed memory in Mb
rm(type, [fs])$rm(fstot)$MBTotal SD FS space in Mb
rm(type, [fs])$rm(fsfree)$MBFree SD FS space in Mb
rm(type, [fs])$rm(fsused)$MBUsed SD FS space in Mb
rm(type, [fs])$rm(fstot, int)$MBTotal internal FS space in Mb
rm(type, [fs])$rm(fsfree, int)$MBFree internal FS space in Mb

AI: Astronomical info (sunrise, suset, isday)

Syntax: ai(type)

Arguments

  • type: Info type, see examples

SyntaxFormulaDescription
ai(type)$df("hh:mma", ai(sunrise))$Today's sunrise in hh:mm format
ai(type)$df("hh:mma", ai(sunset))$Today's sunset in hh:mm format
ai(type)$ai(isday)$Will return 1 during daylight or 0 if night
ai(type)$tf(ai(nsunrise))$Time to next sunrise
ai(type)$tf(ai(nsunset))$Time to next sunset

CI: Calendar events

Syntax: ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])

Arguments

  • action: Action (see examples)
  • index: Index of upcoming events if no date is provided, index of day events if date is added. When prefixed with an "a" will show only all day events, with "e" only normal ones. Index is zero based, 0 is the first event, 1 the second and so on, a0 is the first all day event, e0 the first non all day one.
  • date: Date to be used. The Date can be returned by some other function or you can use text. For text dates you can both set it statically using the format '1955y11M12d22h04m00s' to express year 1955, month 11, day 12 at 22:04:00 (all fields are optional), or use 'a/r' (add/remove) operators, so, for example 'a12m3s' will add 12 minutes and 3 secs to current date.
  • calendar: Override default Calendar selection

SyntaxFormulaDescription
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$df(EEE hh:mm, ci(start, 0))$-$df(hh:mm, ci(end, 0))$ $ci(title, 0)$Day start-end title of first upcoming event
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(title, 1)$Title of second upcoming event
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(desc, 1)$Description of second upcoming event or all day event (the first)
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$df("hh:mma", ci(start, 0))$Start date of next upcoming event in HH:MM format
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(allday, 0)$Will write 1 if next upcoming event is allday, 0 otherwise
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(title, a0, a0d)$Title of today's first all day event
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(desc, e1, a0d)$Description of today's second event
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(ccolor, e1, a1d)$Calendar Color of first event tomorrow
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(cname, a1, a1d)$Calendar Name of first all day event tomorrow
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$df("hh:mma", ci(end, 0, a0d))$End date of second event today in HH:MM format
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(color, 1, a1d)$Color of second event tomorrow
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(ecount, a0d)$Number of appointments today
ci(action, [index], [date], [calendar])$ci(acount, a1d)$Number of all day events tomorrow

MI: Music Info (playing track, artist)

Syntax: mi(type)

Arguments

  • type: Info type, see examples

SyntaxFormulaDescription
mi(type)$mi(album)$Current Album (if set)
mi(type)$mi(artist)$Current Artist (if set)
mi(type)$mi(title)$Current Track Title (if set)
mi(type)$tf(mi(len), mm:ss)$Current Track Duration (in mm:ss format)
mi(type)$tf(mi(pos), mm:ss)$Current Track Position (in mm:ss format)
mi(type)$mi(len)$Current Track Duration (in seconds)
mi(type)$mi(pos)$Current Track Position (in seconds)
mi(type)$mi(percent)$Current Track Position (in percentage)
mi(type)$mi(cover)$Current Cover Image (to be used in Image module or Background as formula)
mi(type)$mi(package)$Current Player Package Name
mi(type)$mi(state)$Current Player State, one of:: STOPPED, PAUSED, PLAYING, FORWARDING, REWINDING, SKIPPING_FORWARDS, SKIPPING_BACKWARDS, BUFFERING, ERROR, NONE

TC: Text converter (lowercase, uppercase, capitalized, regexp)

Syntax: tc(mode, text)

Arguments

  • mode: Conversion mode, "l" for lowercase, "u" for uppercase, "c" for capitalize
  • text: Text to convert

SyntaxFormulaDescription
tc(mode, text)$tc(low, "sOme tExT")$Convert text to lower case
tc(mode, text)$tc(up, "sOme tExT")$Convert text to upper case
tc(mode, text)$tc(cap, "sOme tExT")$Capitalize words in text
tc(mode, text)$tc(cut, "sOme tExT", 4)$Will print only first 4 chars
tc(mode, text)$tc(ell, "sOme tExT", 4)$Will ellipsize (so cut and add "") if text is longer than 4 chars
tc(mode, text)$tc(utf, "201")$Will render utf code 0x201 (advanced, for font icons)
tc(mode, text)$tc(len, "sOme tExT")$Will return the length of text
tc(mode, text)$tc(ord, 1)$Renders ordinal suffix for number 1 (st)
tc(mode, text)$tc(reg, "Foobar one", "o+", X)$Will replace text matching "o+" regexp with a capital X

IF: If conditions (if/then/else support with multiple boolean operators)

Syntax: if(condition, then, [else])

Arguments

  • condition: A condition can use any comparison like "=" (equals), ">" (greater), ">=" (greater or equal), "<" (less), "<=" (less or equal) combined with boolean operators "&" (AND) or "|" (OR) and parenthesis
  • then: Text or function to use if condition is true (so if return value is not empty and not "0")
  • else: Optional text or function to be called if condition is false (so either empty or "0")

 

SyntaxFormulaDescription   
if(condition, then, [else])Battery $if(bi(level) = 100, "is Fully Charged", if(bi(level) <=15, "is Critically Low", "is at " + bi(level) + "%" ))$Shows status of battery writing "fully charged" when full, "critical" if below 15 or the normal level otherwise
if(condition, then, [else])$if(df(f)>5, "Week End!", "Workday :(")$Will show "Week End!" during week ends or "Workday :(" during workdays

WG: WGet, retrieve text, rss and other content from HTTP links

Syntax: wg([url], filter, params)

Arguments

  • url: Url to the http content
  • filter: Filter to use (currently only RSS and TXT are supported)
  • params: Filter parameters (see examples)

SyntaxFormulaDescription
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("goo.gl/vtJASB")$Write quote of the day URL content without parsing
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("goo.gl/wNMV3f", txt)$Convert HTML content at URL into plain Text
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("api.theysaidso.com/qod.xml", xml, "response/contents/quote")$Parse XPath expression for XML content at URL
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("www.cnet.com/rss/news/", rss, title)$Get RSS feed title
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("cnet.com/rss/news/", rss, desc)$Get RSS feed description
wg([url], filter, params)$df("hh:mma", wg("cnet.com/rss/news/", rss, date))$Get RSS feed publish date
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("cnet.com/rss/news/", rss, count)$Get RSS feed entry count
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("cnet.com/rss/news/", rss, 0, title)$Get RSS feed title for entry 0
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("cnet.com/rss/news/", rss, 0, desc)$Get RSS feed content for entry 0
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("cnet.com/rss/news/", rss, 0, link)$Get RSS feed link for entry 0
wg([url], filter, params)$wg("cnet.com/rss/news/", rss, 0, thumb)$Get RSS feed first thumbnail image for entry 0

TS: Traffic Stats (download / upload speed)

Syntax: ts(type, [unit])

Arguments

  • type: Data type (use "trx" for total bytes download and "ttx" for total uploaded)
  • unit: Unit, a for "auto" (default, will add unit), b for bytes, k for kilobytes or m for megabytes

SyntaxFormulaDescription
ts(type, [unit])$ts(trx)$Current download speed in automatic unit
ts(type, [unit])$ts(ttx)$Current download speed in automatic unit

MU: Math Utilities (floor, ceil, sqrt, min, max)

Syntax: mu(var, [default])

Arguments

  • var: Function (one of ceil, floor or sqrt)
  • default: One or more values depending on the function

SyntaxFormulaDescription
mu(var, [default])$mu(ceil, 3.14)$Will return ceil of 3.14
mu(var, [default])$mu(floor, 3.80)$Will return floor of 3.80
mu(var, [default])$mu(sqrt, 2)$Will return square root of 2
mu(var, [default])$mu(round, 2.80)$Will round 2.80 to the nearest integer
mu(var, [default])$mu(min, 1, 3)$Will return min between 1 and 3
mu(var, [default])$mu(max, 1, 3)$Will return max between 1 and 3
mu(var, [default])$mu(abs, -1)$Will return absolute value of -1
mu(var, [default])$mu(cos, 90)$Cosine of 90 degrees
mu(var, [default])$mu(sin, 90)$Sine of 90 degrees
mu(var, [default])$mu(tan, 45)$Tangent of 45 degrees
mu(var, [default])$mu(atan, 45)$Inverse Tangent of 45 degrees
mu(var, [default])$mu(log, 5)$Logarithm of 5
mu(var, [default])$mu(ln, 5)$Natural logarithm of 5
mu(var, [default])$mu(rnd, 10, 100)$Random number between 10 and 100

CM: Color Maker, generate colors from ARGB/AHSV values

Syntax: cm([a], r/h, g/s, b/v, [mode])

Arguments

  • a: Alpha value (optional, 0 is transparent 255 is fully opaque, default 255)
  • r/h: Red (0-255) / Hue (0-360)
  • g/s: Green (0-255) / Saturation (0-100)
  • b/v: Blue (0-255) / Value (0-100)
  • mode: Color mode (r for ARGB, h for AHSV, optional, default is ARGB)

SyntaxFormulaDescription
cm([a], r/h, g/s, b/v, [mode])$cm(128,255,0,0)$Will generate a 50% transparent red color #FFFF0000
cm([a], r/h, g/s, b/v, [mode])$cm(0,df(ss)*4.25,255-df(ss)*4.25)$Will move from blue to green based on seconds

CE: Color Editor to manipulates ARGB color values

Syntax: ce(color, filter, amount)

Arguments

  • color: A valid ARGB or RGB color String (es #FF663399)
  • filter: Filter ("alpha" opacity, "sat" saturation, "lum" luminance)
  • amount: A value between 0 and 100, for alpha 0 is fully transparent, for saturation 0 means greyscale and for luminance 0 is black

SyntaxFormulaDescription
ce(color, filter, amount)$ce(#FF0000, alpha, 50)$Will make a fully opaque red into 50% transparent
ce(color, filter, amount)$ce(#FF0000, sat, 0)$Will convert red color into Greyscale equivalent
ce(color, filter, amount)$ce(#FF0000, lum, 50)$Will set red luminance to 50
ce(color, filter, amount)$ce(#FF0000, lum, a50)$Will add 50 to red luminance (0 to 100)
ce(color, filter, amount)$ce(#FF0000, alpha, r50)$Will remove 50 from red alpha (0 to 255)

GV: Global Variables (will return the value of a global variable)

Syntax: gv(var, [default])

Arguments

  • var: The key of the global to retrieve
  • default: An optional default to return if global is not found

SyntaxFormulaDescription 
gv(var, [default])$gv(fgcolor, #FF0000)$Will return the value of var "fgcolor" or red color if not found

DP: Creates a date from text

Syntax: dp(date)

Arguments

  • date: Date to be used. The Date can be returned by some other function or you can use text. For text dates you can both set it statically using the format '1955y11M12d22h04m00s' to express year 1955, month 11, day 12 at 22:04:00 (all fields are optional), or use 'a/r' (add/remove) operators, so, for example 'a12m3s' will add 12 minutes and 3 secs to current date.

SyntaxFormulaDescription
dp(date)$dp(0h0m0s)$Today's midnight
dp(date)$dp(01m01d0h0m0sa1y)$New year's eve

BR: Broadcast Receiver (get variables from third parties, es Tasker)

Syntax: br(source, var)

Arguments

  • source: Source name, es "tasker" or "zooper"
  • var: Variable name, if the variable contains a formula the formula will be parsed

SyntaxFormulaDescription
br(source, var)$br(tasker, FOOBAR)$Will write the value of variable FOOBAR sent from Tasker action plugin
br(source, var)$br(zooper, FOOBAR)$Will write the value of variable FOOBAR sent to Zooper from Tasker or third party plugins (equivalent in Zooper would be #TFOOBAR#)

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