The middle line of the Hydration category appears to be "ahead" of the other two, being yellower than it should be compared to the first and third line, while the middle line of the Exhaustion category is "behind" the other two, being greener than what would be in line with the other two. It may worth noting that at the time I've observed this, hydration was in a better overall state (more green) than exhaustion (more yellow).
It's a bit as if the middle line of Hydration is actually affected by the exhaustion level, and the middle line of Exhaustion is affected by the hydration level.
Is it intentional, those properties being connected on some level and thus not quite following the general behaviour of the category they are in (which, however, somewhat breaks the flow/logic of how the vitals screen as a whole works, changes propagating from top to bottom within the categories), or maybe the display is linked to the wrong variables?
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