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Support Forum Topic: MyPeakFlow Beta
Started by: vicden
Date: June 12, 2009

I have downloaded the Beta, installed it and have been playing with it. If only a windows beta were so smooth. Wink
But I am trying to figure out how to get the PBPF, 80% and 50% lines to show on top of the AM/PM chart.
My new primary care was extremely impressed with the report I was able to print out from the current( prior) version. I think if those numbers and the colour change could be put into the AM.PM report she would be even more impressed.

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3 Responses to “MyPeakFlow Beta”

  1. Steve says:

    Hi vicden,

    > I have downloaded the Beta, installed it and have been playing
    > with it. If only a windows beta were so smooth. :)

    Good to hear!

    > But I am trying to figure out how to get the PBPF, 80%
    > and 50% lines to show on top of the AM/PM chart.

    Unfortunately there is no way to include the PBPF, 80% and 50% lines on the custom chart (which is what the AM/PM chart is).

    I do agree with you that there should be a way to do this, and I have taken a note of your suggestion, and I will look to make this possible in a future version.

    You can however view (or print) a chart that contains only (for example) your AM readings and the PBPF, 80% and 50% lines. To do this, switch to the charts by clicking on the “View charts…” task. Then click on the “Peak Flow” tab. At the top of the window, look for the “Display: All Readings” link. Click on the link and then click on “Display AM Readings only”.

    Once you have done this, you will be looking at a chart containing only your AM readings and the PBPF, 80% and 50% lines. Unfortunately there is no way to go from the chart, to a chart that overlays AM and PM readings, and the PBPF, 80% and 50% lines.

    Thanks for the feedback!
    Steve

  2. vicden says:

    Another thing I am looking for. I was trying to save the chart as a pdf, a help topic pops up directing to a webpage (http://www.my-peak-flow.com/pdf-report.html) when I click on the link I get a 404 error.

  3. Steve says:

    Hi vicden,

    Thanks for the report! I have fixed that url.

    It now redirects to the following tutorial:

    http://www.my-blood-glucose.com/pdf-printer.html

    Another one of our programs is used in that tutorial, but the same principles apply.

    Thanks again for the report of the broken link!
    Steve

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