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I searched and could not find.  In Sleepyhead, on a Mac, most times my therapy will show a solid amount of time for a session, i.e. seven and a half hours.  Other times, like last night, even though I slept solid for six hours the sessions showed four different sessions of approximately one and a half hours.  I am pretty sure I do not sleepwalk and I rarely get up to use the bathroom.  Is this just a quirk with Sleepyhead software?
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Sometimes users have an issue with the autostart, just make sure it is off and then see if the issue persists.
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Thanks.  Auto start is off; I never have liked that function anyway.  It is curious that sometimes it looks normal and all one solid time frame and sometimes it is segmented.
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Hi Liegeinski,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Good luck to you with your CPAP therapy, hang in there for more responses to your post.
trish6hundred
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(04-04-2017, 05:07 PM)Liegeinski Wrote: Thanks.  Auto start is off; I never have liked that function anyway.  It is curious that sometimes it looks normal and all one solid time frame and sometimes it is segmented.

Great, try it tonight and post your graph tomorrow, OK

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Mine does it, too. And I don't have a Mac.

It did not do it with my DreamStation Pro, but it has done it with my DreamStation Auto from the beginning but not every time.

I'm super curious about this!
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I don't suppose it could be power outages? Seems possible, but unlikely.
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(04-05-2017, 03:12 AM)F Mac Wrote: I don't suppose it could be power outages? Seems possible, but unlikely.

For mine, at least, I don't believe so. I've used mine at 5 different places in 2 states, and it does it.  And I don't believe my oven has shown a power outage for any night.  Plus, sometimes it's up to 4 sessions in one night... while I slept the entire time. And I know we've not lost power at all at night.
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