excercise thingy is a pain ... help

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Onkwe

Joined: Oct 11
Posts: 2

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Posted: 05 Oct 2011, 18:32
I cant seem to get the excercise thing to work or DELETE the darn thing so i can re start or re try
i pressed cancel lots of times still keeps the same numbers in excercise grrrrr !!!!
had the same problem in the other diet site
someone explain this to me please !!!

i saw ... use the default thing already
my excercise is not always the same
wood one day , gardening the next , moving rocks the next, ect ect ...

Im NOT totally computer dumb !!!
but for some reason i cant get this AT ALL !!!!!
maybe i need to eat more food ... jk ...lol

happy starving ... again joking, kinda
maylane

Joined: Aug 11
Posts: 10

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Posted: 05 Oct 2011, 19:30
relax, go to 'add exercise' and decrease it to zero
hope that helps
Joshsteeny

Joined: Apr 11
Posts: 43

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Posted: 06 Oct 2011, 08:57
Hi Onkwe...you probably would have figured it out on your own if you weren't so frustrated. It's funny how when you get irritated things seem to get harder.

Go into you exercise. Click on the activity you want to remove and "decrease" the activity by the same amount of time that you have in there already.

Ex. walking - 2 hrs

you would click "decrease" by 2 hrs.

Watch out for what they replace the time with...Mine always seems to go to "sleeping" for some reason. You can change that to "resting". And then add your new activities. Hope this helps.



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