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SH 1.1 and OSCAR divide sleep sessions that go over noon.
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RE: SleepyHead 1.1 and OSCAR divide sleep sessions that go over noon.
(09-05-2019, 08:32 AM)Crimson Nape Wrote: Why can't you set the CPAP's clock to noon the first time you go to sleep for each day?   That would only take about 30 seconds.

Because that's something to remember to do every day and there are many people with very bad memory problems along with needing pressure therapy. Why can't the option in Sleepyhead 1.0 be reinstated in OSCAR?

Hack hack hack every day is something that a lot of people won't remember to do regardless of how long you say it takes. Why not just fix the software to recognise adjacent sleep session like it did before? Goodness knows why it was removed anyway.
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RE: SleepyHead 1.1 and OSCAR divide sleep sessions that go over noon.
For those people who can't remember, put a Post-It note next to the start button.  If they can remember to start the machine, they can read the reminder.

Edit: I'm not saying that this feature wouldn't be nice, but until that day ever arrives, I'm offering a workaround.
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RE: SleepyHead 1.1 and OSCAR divide sleep sessions that go over noon.
No one questions that this isn't a problem.  As stated it has been discussed at length on OSCAR's development forum.  The long term solution has not been formulated yet but it might take an entire restructuring of the OSCAR internal structure.  We are not ready to tackle that one yet though it is extremely likely to occur sometime in the future.  This issue is being heavily looked at because we are in the process of rewriting the ResMed data loader and guess what came up?  This is an awesome and dedicated development team we have here at OSCAR and there is an absolute drive to fix issues in the code, many of which we inherited.  And we have a strong desire to add additional products to the mix.  So far it has only been one product, the DreamStation Go.
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RE: SleepyHead 1.1 and OSCAR divide sleep sessions that go over noon.
I, for one, am also (among other sleep problems) a sufferer of very bad Periodic Limb Movement Disorder, and have to take strong medication when I go to sleep. Plus I'm always very tired anyway, just to try to keep my circadian rhythm in some kind of check. 

Setting up my sleep data recording systems (mainly for my PLMS), my CPAP machine and my SpO2 meter, plus the needed wake up time, is more than enough for me. Plus, if you set up the CPAP machine clock, you at least have to sync your SpO2 meter to it, not to mess up your (in my case still) SleepyHead 1.0 data. 

In my case setting the CPAP machine time off messes the whole system I use to monitor my sleep, since all my stuff needs to be in sync to make sense - and in real time. My doctors use my data, too, since it's the best available every night. (EEG data would be useful, but it takes a seasoned pro and a lot of time to analyze, so not possible.)
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