this is my first Post here, so if I'm missing any information or anything, please let me know (and apologize my bad English).
I am creating a watchface for myself, and I have found something that annoys me a lot.
My Watchface has an always-on version. But when the watch switches from the normal face to the always on version, 90% of times, the watchface shifts by a few pixels, not a lot but definitely noticable. Switching back is not a problem, the watchface shifts back to being perfectly centered again. In Galaxy Watch Studio (as you can see in the Screenshots) the aod version is perfectly centered. It also can't be a flaw in my design, because the direction in which the watchface shifts is totally random (as said earlier, sometimes, it doesn't shift at all).
Here you can see how it looks on my watch:
As you can see the AOD-Watchface is shifted a bit towards the upper-left.
This may have something to do with the anti-burn in feature built into the AOD on amoled devices. That shifts the images/text around a few pixels to avoid using the same ones for too much of an extended period of time