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westfallA

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Posted: 28 Apr 2011, 22:05
hey everyone i have a question how come every time i enter a new exercise it changes the time on another exercise?
healsdata

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Posted: 28 Apr 2011, 22:22
The way FatSecret shows activity for the day is by totaling up what you did over the 24 hours. So if you add one hour of walking, then you need to have 23 hours of something else; sitting for example. But if you then track your 8 hours of sleep, you only sat for 15 hours.

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nicyndi

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Posted: 28 Apr 2011, 23:38
yep its to make sure you dont have more than 24 hrs of activity in a day. when you enter, look for where it says "instead of" i think the default is resting, but you can change it to replace sleeping or sitting or whatever else you have entered.
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