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Sleepy Head Locked
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I am now leaning to use Sleepy Head software. Wow! What a tool.

I put Sleepy Head into full screen mode using the VIEW drop down box (top left) I can not
get it to go back to prior viewing mode. All these drop down boxes no longer function now that
the program entered  full screen mode. These are File, View, Data and Help.

Is this typical? How can I get out of  full screen mode?

Stan
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#2
Press the F11 key.
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#3
Yes indeed, worked nicely. Thanks Crimsom Nape

But, when in full screen mode, why does sleepy head lock the four drop down boxes?

Stan
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#4
I discovered this a few days ago - most annoying bug. But for the price you still cannot beat this program. Even at 2x the price. My eternal gratitude goes out to the developer.
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#5
Hello TASmart,

Thanks for the feedback. Yes, for the price this is fantastic. I worked as a programmer for a couple decades.
I am reading thru the user guide. Learning to zoom in, out and scroll the window. Also selecting a zoom (swipe with left button).

If I want to undo the swiped zoom, how can I do that. I do not mean the incremental right button?

Inquiring minds want to know!
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(05-25-2017, 11:10 AM)BrassCat Wrote: If I want to undo the swiped zoom, how can I do that. I do not mean the incremental right button?

The easiest way I've found is to click on a different day and then return back.

-Red
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(05-25-2017, 11:10 AM)BrassCat Wrote: Hello TASmart,

Thanks for the feedback. Yes, for the price this is fantastic. I worked as a programmer for a couple decades.
I am reading thru the user guide. Learning to zoom in, out and scroll the window. Also selecting a zoom (swipe with left button).

If I want to undo the swiped zoom, how can I do that. I do not mean the incremental right button?

Inquiring minds want to know!

I have been right clicking on the title of any of the graphs and selecting go to 100% zoom.
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I think I've found another way out of zoom, hold the Escape key.  At least it worked for me.

-Red
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#9
Thanks for the responses,

Yes, I had just discovered the right click and 100%, thanks TASmart. (Besides the other options)

Crimson Nape. I just tested the escape method. Yes, it goes back to the prior
zoom level. It even undoes left or right button zooms. Only fault I see is when
all zooms are undone, then the next escape blanks the waveforms. OK, I can
live with that. there was nothing left to unzoom! Excellent feature.

This is a really nice program. My pulmonologist said he could not view
individual days data, this program lets me see every breath!!

It is good to know. Even running Bi-PaP I have apneas up to 30 during the night.
What a wake up call! Explains why I feel not so good.

I see also that Philips offers an oximeter for the machine. Pricey but insured,
I want one.

Stan
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BrassCat,
Sorry to to inform you, but that oximeter model isn't compatible with SleepyHead.   I hope I didn't burst your bubble.

-Red
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