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Edge Lighting

(Topic created on: 25-10-2020 01:03 PM)
SirCubed
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Bring back the ability to set custom edge lighting  colours for each app. 
Unless its still there and Im missing it?
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Tee20
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The edge colours are not bright enough
CharlieHowes
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I installed 3.0 on Friday morning and edge lighting worked for at least 30 hours after installation. Now it's not & I can't find option in settings anywhere. Also I don't like notifications waking up my screen, this has started today as well and I can't find an option in settings or in specific apps to switch this off.
Any suggestions?
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L8tes78
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It's well hidden!! Settings - Notifications - Select Brief - Then brief pop up settings and there's the edge lightening menu. That might solve your issues.
MartynaK
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@SirCubed

 

As @L8tes78, has already mentioned (Thanks for sharing your knowledge!) this menu has been moved to Notifications menu. Over there, when selecting the color, you can set it as the app color 😉.

callum_emery
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I think he means setting it to app colour and then being able to change it the colour per app, which is no longer an option. App colour used to let you change each apps colour individually
SirCubed
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Hey, thanks for the info, but as @callum_emery said, the ability to set the edge lighting colour individual for each app is missing, meaning that for example, I had Snapchat use yellow edge lighting, but on One UI 3, the app colour sets it as blue with no ability to change it. Also tiktok gives grey edge lighting which is almost invisible.

Thanks for the help though and I hope to see the individual app colour feature reimplemented.