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Support Forum Topic: Turning Off the Annoying Locker Center Subscription Popup
Started by: Bendwill
Date: February 23, 2009

Does anyone know how to turn OFF the annoying Locker Center subscription popup that shows up every time I enter a new BP reading?
I have no interest in storing my personal health data on the Internet, so I do not want to subscribe to this service.
There must/should be a way to deactivate this annoying reminder for those of us who do not wish to participate in this service,
but I have not been able to locate an option to deactivate it … yet.

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2 Responses to “Turning Off the Annoying Locker Center Subscription Popup”

  1. Steve says:

    > Does anyone know how to turn OFF the annoying Locker Center
    > subscription popup that shows up every time I enter a new
    > BP reading?

    If you click on the “I Disagree” button in that popup/dialog, you should never see it again, or be asked/nagged about online lockers again.

    On the other hand, if you click that dialog’s close button (ie the button in the top right corner of the dialog), that is treated as if you are canceling the question and you are prompted again.

    I am guessing you have been clicking the dialog’s close button to dismiss that dialog and not clicking the “I Disagree” button, and that is why it is showing up everytime.

    If you do click the “I Disagree” button, and it shows up again, please let me know.

    My apologies for the annoyance,
    Steve

  2. Bendwill says:

    Thanks, Steve, for the very quick response and the information update.

    You are most likely correct in how I was shutting that popup window.
    I will pay closer attention the next time it happens to me or my wife.
    I was “spinning my wheels” looking for some kind or “toggle” option to turn off in settings.
    In all other aspects, this is a great program that really handles the BP tracking task extremely well.

    Thanks again for the quick response and thanks also for the development of the program in the first place.

    Ron

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