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Tasker and zooper

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Valiceemo, Jan 29, 2014.

  1. Valiceemo

    Valiceemo Guest
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    This one is driving me nuts!
    I have set up a tasker task bluetooth set to toggle.
    This task is then called by zooper to turn on and off bluetooth. Which works.
    But what I'd like is for the widget to tell me if bluetooth is on or off.
    So I place a text item unto my zooper widget and use the filling ad the text content.
    $#TBLUE#=on?Blue$
     

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  2. KitWasHere

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    You have to use the Zooper action in your task. It's under plugins or 3rd party, can't remember.
    This action sends a Tasker variable to Zooper, which you can name whatever. You can't reference Tasker variables in Zooper, you need to use this action to send them over to it.
     
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  3. Valiceemo

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    Yeah I have used the zooper plugin.
    Ok. I'm half way to figuring it out.
    I've got the text working but in reverse. So if BT is on it shows as off?
    Yes I could switch around the conditional around but I'd like it to work properly

    LG-G2 / Android 4.2.2
     

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