Pool Math........The App

Wobblerlorri

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I have a question. I have the paid version, still current. I have never been able to enter my pool temperature into the app. Does this function not work? I have version 3.0.9 (3331). My tablet is a Kindle Fire HD 8, OS version 5.6.4.0 (636558720). Any ideas?
 

Qwijib0

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Dec 5, 2016
85
Tucson, AZ
Is there a way to get acid additions in the spreadsheet export? It'd be useful to be able to estimate daily acid needs with a year or so of data so I could dial in a stenner at some point
 

Leebo

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Jul 21, 2011
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Have you looked at the "Summary" option in the hamburger menu by any chance? That may help you without exporting. If not, there is a way to export and once I'm done screaming at these kids for picking on their sister I'll walk you through the steps. :mad:
 
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Leebo

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Ok, separated them in record time. ?

Open up the menu “gears” in the upper right. Scroll all the way down and select “Export all test logs.” This will export test results. I keep forgetting to bug Jon about exporting chemical additions too. I suspect however if you take a peak at the summary that option will help you put the most.
 

Qwijib0

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Dec 5, 2016
85
Tucson, AZ
Thanks for pointing out the summary screen, I had found it at one point and forgot it existed. That'll solve my particular problem.

While I'm remembering feature requests though... :D

I'd like to be able to set a recurring SWG "addition"-- a tickbox in the chemical addition screen where you set the swg% and run time to repeat the addition daily until changed so it'll get added to the log without me having to remember it. Because I never do.
 
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redth

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Jun 21, 2016
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Leamington, Ontario, Canada
I'd like to be able to set a recurring SWG "addition"-- a tickbox in the chemical addition screen where you set the swg% and run time to repeat the addition daily until changed so it'll get added to the log without me having to remember it. Because I never do.
We have talked about how to do this properly at GREAT LENGTHS :D

We're still trying to figure out the best way to implement this for everyone, but it's one of the higher priority items on our list !
 
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mknauss

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May 3, 2014
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Yup! One is a saltwater, one is plaster, etc! I use the to enter members test results and form recommendations.

Or to just confuse myself.......
 

bobandsherry

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Apr 20, 2016
392
Riverview, FL
I was looking over the "Summary" today. This caught my eye. Shows I last backwashed my filter 9 months ago. I was like, um, I don't think so. So went back through log and sure enough I had backwashed just a couple months ago. So appears to be a bug.

The "Pressure" shows last recorded 11 months ago, not true either as pressure was recorded same day as backwash. SScreenshot_20190922-175924.jpgo another bugger to squash...
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Mickelin

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Jun 3, 2015
279
Stockholm, Sweden
You should start seeing another minor update roll out today for both iOS and Android. In this updated we altered the math for a “Target” level for SWG’s as well as corrected a few bugs that were occurring. Additionally users using various keyboards shouldnow be able to use the comma for a decimal point.
Seems the decimal bug has crept back in at some point. I can no longer enter decimal values with a comma, e.g. pH of 7,5 is interpreted as 75. This is on ios 13.4.1, app version 333 (3440)
 

wayner

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May 31, 2012
536
Toronto, ON
A feature request can the tempearture units (C of F) be local to each pool rather than be a global setting? I use F for my pool but my spa reads in Celsius and I can't figure out how to change it. The spa changed a few years ago when they had to replace a part.
 

redth

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Jun 21, 2016
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Leamington, Ontario, Canada
@wayner it should use C if your pool volume is set to Liters and F if it's set to Gallons. This is definitely tricky and something I'd like to address in the future to make it more obvious (allow you to override the units you use for temperature and measurements, independent of what you set the pool volume to liters/gallons).
 

wayner

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May 31, 2012
536
Toronto, ON
Ok thanks, I will try that. I do notice that when I change the temp units to C, after I update info for my spa, that when I then go back to my pool that the units have switched from F to C.