(01-03-2013, 08:00 AM)pkelly251 Wrote: The usage data appears to report inaccurately for data older than 30 days. It is showing that I am using between 12 and 17 hours most days. For the most recent 30 days it shows accurate. Can anyone tell me if there is some setting I can change to correct this. All other data appears to report accurately. Thanks.
I've had similar numbers too, during the same time period over the last 90 days, ResScan shows my daily average usage to be 8:07 hours per day while SleepyHead shows my average daily usage to be 14:18 hours per day, about 90% greater than it actually was.
I had started noticing the discrepancy more than a month ago but since SleepyHead IS BETA software, I assumed it will be fixed sometime in a future release, this is a good reason to continue using both applications because ResScan does match my hours used on my S9.
There's also a time discrepancy (sometimes) when viewing a daily session, the hours used under Details doesn't always match the session hours in the bottom right-hand corner where it shows the combined session hours for that day.
When I scroll-down under Details to Session Information it sometimes shows more than 1 SessionID and the timeframe will be off by a minute and it shows 2 sessions for the same basic timeframe (less a minute difference), I understand there's actually another SessionID generated by the S9 if I slept past Noon so the day rolls-over to the next but, why are there 2 separate sessions showing-up in SleepyHead with slightly different time-stamps? ResScan doesn't show the 2 sessions but for some unknown reason SleepyHead does.
Like I said, it's BETA software and hopefully this is just a bug that needs to be squished.