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XSLT for Sleepyhead Journal?
I was asked by my doctor to keep a sleep journal, which I have been doing using the Notes tab in Sleepyhead.  I just tried to get a printed version of the journal, and I can't seem to do it.  The journal data isn't included in the daily reports.  When I do a backup, I get an XML file, which would be great, except there's no XSL that defines what the XML markup is, so it's basically unreadable.

Is there an XSLT out there that anyone has used to render the Sleepyhead journal readable?
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Allan, the best way to get an answer to this question is to post it on the Sleepyhead discussion on Discord. Here is an invitation link for you to use: https://discord.gg/CAyrJM

All of the current development team, and Mark Watson himself can be reached at that location.
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Jedimark has apparently been busy in real life.

Remember that Jedimark has said SleepyHead data is not supposed to be used for compliance purposes. I do not know if a publicly available XSL exists.

The Discord user chat server and the Dev chat server have both been pretty dead for the past month as far as posts are concerned.
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(07-12-2018, 08:02 AM)allanri Wrote: <snip>
Is there an XSLT out there that anyone has used to render the Sleepyhead journal readable?

oooooh that would be a great feature!  Much better than the feature I intended to request: "Do not import sessions older than... [x days|x weeks|x months]

I've started (irregularly) logging in the journal but hadn't gotten to the point of wanting to export them into a condensed document.  Thanks for the idea, allanri!
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