First- thanks to jedimark and others for creating/maintaining the software.
I'm having trouble finding my data from later in the night (morning, actually). The charts cut-off at somewhere between 5:45am and 7:15am. At first I thought I could see the rest of the data by zooming in with the left mouse button and then dragging the chart by holding down the right mouse button. I would have to do this several times; getting a finer and finer zoom in order to see x-axis go to the hour I awoke. However, upon closer inspection I noticed that there wasn't any new data- the data from 6am and earlier was getting moved over to whatever time period was now showing on the x-axis.
Is my explanation of the issue at all clear? Does anyone else have the problem and know how to fix it?
The zoom feature on SleepyHead is rather non-intuitive. You cannot drag the selected area. Furthermore, when left-clicking to zoom in, for me on WinXP, it actually zooms into the opposite side of the chart. Once you notice this, it's easy enough to work around.
What you might want to try is to right-click repeatedly to zoom out as far as possible. Then, on the Daily page on the top graph, left click and drag a small selection at the right-most section of the graph. That will zoom into your selected region.
Thanks for the advice. Unfortunately, it doesn't solve the problem. It seems to work at first glance: I end up getting the later hours showing on the x-axis. However, the data has just moved over from earlier. For example, the leak graph has four clear spikes to 20l/m, 19l/min, 10l/min then 6l/min between 5:45am and 7:30am. If I then zoom out, move the selection on the top graph, go back to the leak graph and drag it over, the spikes move and appear to between 8:20am and 9:30am. It's very odd.