I didn't have enough time to give detailed information on Pikachu's activities or how to make him happy etc... My main concern right now is providing a display of the different functions, so that people can at least know what they look like in English.
SETTINGS:There are two tiny flat buttons on the bottom. The one on the right is for "settings" and will give you three options. The english version looks like this:CLOCK:The screen for "Color" has a horizontal slide bar. Just move the arrow either left or right until the color looks best and then push that large "execute" button SAVE your setting and leave the screen. Color settings screen looks like this:
ColorSelecting "Sound" will take you to a screen with two options (shown below). Just make your selection and press the large "execute" button to SAVE it.
=========The "Clock" selection will take you to a screen that gives you two more options:
OFF"Time" is easy......just use your "up and down" button on the left to set the time and your enter button to move to the next field. The hour field has no 12, so zero represents noon and midnight.
"Alarm" gives you two more options:If you choose OFF, just press "enter" and that's all. If you choose ON, then you'll be shown two more screens. The first one is to set the time you want your Alarm to beep (works just like regular time). Press "execute" when finished and then press "execute" again when the OK? appears.
The next screen is your "Melody" selection. English version looks like this:The top option can have more than one letter depending on how many new songs you've aquired by sending watts to other pikachus. A total number of six songs can be aquired, represented by letters A thru F. Use your "forward and backward" button on the left to scroll through them and then push "execute" to SAVE your selection.
> A B
Choosing "Custom" will take you to another screen where you can compose your own melody using alphabetical musical notes. You can sample the tune you're working on by pressing the tiny flat button on the left, while you're still in that composing mode. Pressing "enter" will SAVE your song and leave the screen.
Soon this section will contain a selection of custom songs created by myself or my children or anyone else who feels like contributing.The "clock" icon is obviously the first one (the one that looks like a clock). Besides the current "time", this is also where you will find the total amount of steps you've accumulated, as well as being able to view individual daily steps aquired over the past 7 days, and also the total number of days Pikachu has been running.GIFT:
Highlight the "clock" icon and press the large "execute" button and you will see the current time and a little bell indicator if your alarm is turned on. Then press the "right" arrow button to scroll forward to the next screen and you will see a display that looks like this....Please note that your numbers will be different. I'm using my own display as an example for explanation purpose.
< -1Days >
The " -1 Days" refers to "one day ago" (yesterday) and shows you underneath, how many steps you aquired on that particular day.
The "Day: 46" tells you the total number of days Pikachu has been running and the number underneath that, shows the total number of steps you've accumulated in all.
By pressing the "right" arrow button, you can view each day's count, up to seven days previous. Example: -2Days, -3Days, -4Days etc...
The "GIFT" icon is the middle one that looks like a gift. That screen looks like this....The "GIVE" option is for giving watts to your own Pikachu. The screen for "giving" is simple. example: 000/1542W The zeros at the left of the slash (/) are where you enter the amount you want to give pikachu and the number to the right, shows how many watts you currently have. Once you've entered the amount you want, just press the large enter button and press it again when you see the word "OK?"
The "SEND" option is for giving watts to someone else's Pikachu via the Infra Red window on top. The screen for that is identical to the "Give" screen. Just make sure both pikachus' infra red windows are lined up when you answer "OK"
"RECEIVE" is used by the person who is *receiving* watts from someone else. The screen for that is so simple....Just answer "OK" when you're ready to receive. Both Sender and Receiver must answer "OK" at the same time while their infra red windows are facing each other.
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