I'm using version 3.10.3 of the app and am trying to figure out the windows command for my Model 3. Unfortunately, I'm not anywhere close to the car to do a visual check and observation. Specifically, under Controls, the window icon at the top shows "Close". To me, that's a command, not a status and would indicate that the windows are in the open/vent position and that tapping that button would close the windows. This would be just like the 'Unlock' button next to it - tapping that button unlocks the doors with the button changing to 'Lock'. What happens, however, is that tapping 'Close' turns the button momentarily to 'Vent' and then it switches back to 'Close'. There's really no way for me to tell if the windows are in fact closed and I have had a couple of situations where one of the windows will open on its own to the vent position when I'm away from the car, so I'm concerned about the windows being open. I've chatted with Telsa through their website and the rep said the 'Close' button means the windows are 'Closed', which to me is totally counter-intuitive and contrary to how the Unlock button next to it works. But anything is possible .... Would anyone have some insight into this they could share? Thanks!
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