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Galaxy Watch Studio v2.0.0 Released


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Galaxy Watch Designer is now Galaxy Watch Studio.

Beyond the name change, new features in v2.0.0 include:

  • The digital clock component supports the Korean lunar calendar.
  • Year is a new tag ID that can be used in a tag expression.
  • Search for a specific language and filter languages by region for a digital clock component (Properties > Type > Language).
  • Style, Gridline Every, and Subdivisions settings added to Preferences (Edit > Preferences > View).

See all of the new features in the Release Notes.

Have questions? Ask them in the forums.

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