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Sleepyhead CMS50D+ Import Issues
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Sleepyhead CMS50D+ Import Issues
Hello,

I am having issues importing the .SPO2 files generated from SPO2 Assistant into the latest version of Sleepyhead. After the import is complete sleepyhead shows what should be a calendar to select the date relating to the data. However in my case the calendar is empty... Any suggestions?

Thanks!
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RE: Sleepyhead CMS50D+ Import Issues
Sorry - forgot to mention I am using Windows 10
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RE: Sleepyhead CMS50D+ Import Issues
What is the firmware version of your CMS50D+, and the version of SpO2-Assistant? There have been reports that newer firmware works a little differently from older ones.
I have a couple of test files, but a couple more might be useful while I'm looking into this.

Oh, one last thing - did you upload any session data from your machine before you attempted the oximetry import? Did it create a session for you? I see you have the CPAP model rather than the Elite or Autoset.
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RE: Sleepyhead CMS50D+ Import Issues
The firmware version of CMS50D+ I am using is 4.6, I'll have to check which version of the SPO2 Assistant later today when I get home.

Yes I did import my CPAP data - I am actually currently using a Resmed AirSense 10 Autoset for Her (on lend from my equipment supplier to help me optimize my therapy) so the full data is there.

Thanks for the help.
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RE: Sleepyhead CMS50D+ Import Issues
If you're trying to import the .spO2 file, you will need to move it to another folder/directory other than the SpO2 Assistant data directory. There seems to be a permission issue if you try importing it directly from the original directory into SleepyHead.
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RE: Sleepyhead CMS50D+ Import Issues
Nope, it's a bug, possibly in the new version of QT5.

If I force a date when the spo2 file doesn't have one (CMS50D+), then the calendar appears and all goes well. I force in the current date when the file has zero for the year.

As I said, this may be a change in QT5 calendar routines, from defaulting to the current date when a null string is given, to getting confused and doing nothing in the new version...

Anyway , I will commit my changes and push them to my Gitlab repository for JediMArk to pick up.
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