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g. , by blocking the field of view of the lens assembly 704. The button top 706 is part of the button assembly, and is configured to receive the user press on the button assembly. The front cover plate 708 therefore includes a button opening 710 configured to expose the button top 706 of the button assembly on the front cover plate 708. The button top 706 has a first diameter that is substantially smaller than a second diameter of the opening 710 of the front cover plate 708. The button top 706 can move vertically in a direction perpendicular to a plane of the button opening 710 e. g. , in a downward direction into or out of the device housing 702 when a user presses on the button top 706. The button assembly includes a flexible edge that surrounds the button top 706 and fills a gap between the button opening 710 and the button top 706. The flexible edge enables a range of motion for movement of the button top 706 with respect to the button opening 710 of the front cover plate 708. In some implementations, the flexible edge of the button assembly forms a water tight seal with an edge of the button opening 710 of the front cover plate 708, and prevents water from entering the device housing 702 via the opening 710.

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I thought that was a free feature. Over all, I am super satisfied with Alfred. One question—why the app name change?!?DIY CCTV is really boring branding TBH. One more thing—there needs to be a way to turn of “phone is not charging” warnings. I am getting them repeatedly and all of them are not necessary. I need one and then I need another when the battery gets to 50 another at 20 and maybe start to nag me at 5%.