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    pool math?

    The fc, ph etc. target goals are "not set up" in my pool math.
    Everything was fine earlier this year so how can I reset and save them?
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    Re: pool math?

    Humm. Well, not sure if this is a computer cookie or cache retention issue, maybe one of the Admin folks will confirm. But I was in Poolmath last night/this morning as well. Depending upon how long ago I was in the calculator, or which computer I am using at the time, I may have to re-enter my NOW and TARGET goals, as well as my pool volume size. Not so sure it is able to save your parameters for such a ling time.
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    Re: pool math?

    Yeah it looks like it is cookie based, I assume the server switch may have affected it. By entering the info again, it should save it.

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    Re: pool math?

    ok, so I just deleted all values to "0" and rebooted. I then input the current info and target. Still showing "not set up". Apparently it is a computer issue that I need to correct right?
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    Re: pool math?

    Seems to be storing the numbers for me, but I have not used the pool math much at all, so I am not sure on it's full functionality.

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    Re: pool math?

    My experience with PoolMath is that it will default back to most settings you input. Not specifically to "save" them but just as a default. Gallons is the only one I really need because of the way I use it and the last value entered in gallons seems to be there next time.
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    Re: pool math?

    'Not set up' refers to the setting near the bottom of the pool math page.
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    Re: pool math?

    Those always have stored what I entered, for all three values. But if it is like you go to the page for the first time, all the items will say Not Set Up.

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    Re: pool math?

    got it! I needed to input the my info at the bottom of the page (suggested goal levels). Thank you pabeader and others.
    12,500 gal. AG---extruded alum. with 1hp Hayward EC-50, D.E. filter ( both 30 yrs. old)--Taylor TF-100---well water

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    Re: pool math?

    Awesome, glad to hear it's sorted.

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    Re: pool math?

    You might be able to save the page to your hard drive and have it retain your info better.
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