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Posting screenshot of sleepyhead
#1
I have used the search function and have got all the info I need technically (thank you), to post a screen shot. When posting a screen shot there is a lot of information. What part of the screen do I screen shot? It doesn't seem like I can get all the information in one shot.

Thank you in advance
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#2
Hi 405. - Welcome

Here is a link to organizing the charts:
https://sleep.tnet.com/resources/sleepyhead/shorganize

Also, please us the "F12" key to take the screenshot. This will remove any calendar and right sidebar if they are displayed.

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Useful Links -or- When All Else Fails:
Posting SleepyHead Charts in 5 Easy Steps
Robysue's Beginner's Guide to Sleepyhead
Apnea Helpful Tips
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#3
This is basically what you are after..except the smilie face. That's dumb and I only put it there cause I almost never see it Cool

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#4


Please correct the following errors before continuing:

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#5
Give it another try. It takes more than 4 posts before a member can post links. You are now a member of the Member group and should have no problem.
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(01-05-2017, 10:52 AM)Sleeprider Wrote: ... the smilie face. That's dumb and I only put it there cause I almost never see it Cool

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#7
Just to add a bit of a helpful tip for taking SH screenshots, pressing the sequence F11, F12, F11 gives the best results. F11 toggles full screen mode. Also SH should be on your main monitor if you have dual monitors.


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#9
Well 405, how do you feel about more pressure? I only ask, cause you're going to need it. You have excellent volume and the statistics are pretty straight forward; other than obstructive apneas, it all looks good. I think you can keep the minimum pressure where it is, but you need to open up the top end to about 18 and see what happens. Other possibilities are to see if OA coincides with back sleeping, but the fact is the OA is well-distributed through the night. You've got some mask leaks, but nothing out of control. Looks a bit disruptive though.
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#10
Man... you have already told me more than the guy I payed hundreds to. Why can't anyone in the medical field talk like that? Do they think that we are not smart enough to understand English? I suspect that they want to keep us in the dark.
I just can't believe the technology that has went into these machines and then the ability to interpret it with this "sleepyhead" software. I'll crank it up to 18.
Thank you so much for looking at this and thank everyone of you that keep the wheels on this forum.
Thanks
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