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Glop 15

Monday, April 01, 2013

* I find the weight entry page to be confusing. If you enter your weight into the field and hit Enter, instead of entering the weight, it clears the field. You must enter the weight and then click on Save, which is above the field. Bad UI. And, yes, I am an expert.

* I straightened out the above for the last two weeks which means that for the last several weeks, my changes have been as follows:
. - 02/24: -4.8 (loss)
. - 03/03: -0.1 (loss)
. - 03/10: -0.1 (loss)
. - 03/17: -0.8 (loss)
. - 03/24: +2.0 (gain)
. - 03/31: -2.1 (loss)

* Gotta get the YMCA in today (and every day that I can). Especially, since I scheduled the surgery for my arm/shoulder for 5/29, and that will strongly limit my (a) exercise, (b) my ability to make healthy food selection/prep, and (c) my ability to Spark, for at least 6 weeks.

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  • 23KAIYA
    Keep up the good work Lee, you inspire a lot of people!
    1878 days ago
  • POPSY190
    When I put in my weight in kgs the tracker then converts it to kgs, DESPITE the fact that I set it to work in metrics. So I always appear to have a spectacular loss on the report. It happens with at least another SF Down Under. Annoying.
    1878 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/1/2013 5:05:43 PM
    You have a lot of motivation to keep with your program so that you have a speedy post op recovery.
    1878 days ago
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