I had been annoyed by not finding any button on the axon7 most of the time due to them not being illuminated. The somewhat odd placement has done its part as well here, so after not finding any app on the playstore to do this and becoming more and more frustrated by that fact, i have decided to do it by myself.
So i fired up tasker, began my experiments and made an app that displays some small marks on border of the screen directly above the sensor buttons.
Please be aware that this is a beta and more or less a bag of bugs, but it is in a usable tate and you might like to use it as it is for now.
In settings you can control start and end time for it, start time sets the time when the service starts before midnight and end time sets the end after midnight, currently you can not set it to be on from 4 to 6 in the afternoon for example.
if you have any suggestions, dont hessitate to post them, i will consider them if i think they are usefull.
-Fix the short flicker when device is tilted in landscape view
You can download the app here
-minor bugfixes with sunrise/sunset
-Fixed a bug that prevented the settings to open after first day
-fixed startup even without location permission
-removed storage permission requirement
-changed loading spinner from gif to html
-initially dots are disabled now after first start
-final positioning fix
-fixed some major orientation related issues
-fixed a big where frame integration could not be disabled
-several minor bugs fixed i don't remember exactly...
-fixed a bug where dots disapeared in landscape left view
-some possitions corrected
-added option to enable black background so it looks like integrated into framing
-added slider to adjust to other devices
- replaced start up messsge by a spinning graphic, this needs storage permission however...
-added option to make dots a bit bigger
-added "use sunrise/sunset
This requires network location setting and some time to initialize on first startup
-Now enable/disable checkbox works
-Timer control can be disabled to be always on
-initial beta release