Thank you for your feedback.
Just to answer/respond to your concerns:
First off, there are no color options for the GPS or WiFI on the right side LED. In fact, it turns both OFF with no way to turn them back on other then uninstalling and rebooting.
Wi-Fi and GPS indicators are delibrately missing as in my opinion these are pointless (and I wrote the program for my own benefit first and foremost
). Wi-Fi only works when the device is on so you can see the status of Wi-Fi while looking at the screen, and you know GPS is on from most navigation programs and by the fact it is working or not in those programs, so why bother flashing LEDs? I would think that while driving the flashing LED is a distraction anyway so I'm not sure what HTC were thinking.
By removing Wi-Fi and GPS indicators means the right LED can be used for Email and SMS notifications, making these more noticable.
Secondly, when charging, there is no longer any indication of a solid LED nor does it turn green (or whatever color) when fully charged.
The missing static charging indicators are listed in the description as a known issue. The reason they are missing is I have found no method of controlling the LEDs to light static. Charging indicators are on the screen when the device is on anyway and charging so I personally haven't found this a problem.
The shortcut also doesn't show up under "Programs", just on the start menu, which is strange.
I think this has been mentioned before however when I install it I always get a program icon under 'Programs' as expected. When I do another version I will check what the cab install is doing.
Hopefully these issues can be addressed. It's almost still worth installing since I REALLY want that missed phone call left LED notification to be RED - amber is just to close to green. But still too many issues to keep this one installed.
I agree entirely, the biggest omission I think is how on earth HTC decided on these indicators in the first place, then to fix them so they could not be changed by the end user, unless resorting to some other program such as mine.