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Beta feedback / UI Suggestion
« on: 01:34 PM - 03/30/14 »
So far I am loving everything the XIM Team has done.  The Audio pass through rocks.  I didn't know how much I missed it. 

I think it would be good to test the Firmware Upgrade process to make sure that it is sound, and that no loss to configurations happen.  I think that would be something worth checking during the beta, however all of the drops so far have been full restore drops. 

There are also a few items that I would still like to see in the App, like;

Manual input of Sensitivity numbers (On the list, I know)

Another item, maybe suggested elsewhere, would be the ability to save out my config (buttons, and all, to a config file).  This way if I only use an Android and something ever happened to it I would have my configs saved out for the purpose of easily restoring at some other point, or if I had a XIM hardware failure I could easily reload. 

I think currently, for those of us that keep the app open, it seems that there is no easy means for using switchers, or hotkeys.  I know that down the road I will probably keep my app open less, however you to think in terms of all possiblities.  There may be individuals out there that want to keep it open all the time.  One suggestion I have for this (again may have been suggested elsewhere) is to utilize the small empty space just above the XIM logo.  Maybe make this area a swipe left or right and its main function would be to hold 3 - 4 thumbnail size images of your next 3 configs in the list.  If you swipe, it will take you to the next one, and then the next, etc.  If the swipe action is not feasible, maybe you somehow set what quick profiles you want to see there for each game you configure.  Meaning, if I use switchers to switch to another Battlefield 4 profile, that profile icon would show and I could just tap it to quickly switch to it. 

Something like this:

Anyway, thanks again for the beta, and listening to us.